Vietnamese woman faces murder charges in Taiwan

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A Vietnamese woman was arrested in Taiwan last week for allegedly killing a man and dismembering his body, local media reported.
Nguyen Thi Soi, 33, was picked up at her workplace in Kaohsiung City on Nov. 27 as she was preparing to return to Vietnam, CNA quoted Taiwanese police as saying.
According to the report, Soi was accused of killing her boyfriend Kieu Van Manh, 43, before chopping up his body and disposing of the remains in a ditch.
It quoted the police as saying that Kieu was killed apparently for wanting to break up with Soi.
The investigation was launched after a dog was seen carrying a human skull in its mouth on Nov. 18.
Investigators found the rest of Kieu's remains in a bag used for pig feed, and later found Soi in a pig farm in Kaohsiung where she was working as a caregiver. 

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