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2018-04-10

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened down 7.9-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,885.6 on turnover of 2.2 billion N-T. ---- T*AEC to scrutinize petition to restart nuclear reactor The Atomic Energy Councils says it will carefully look over a report on the Second Nuclear Power Plant (廠) reactor. The AEC says it will check if the reason for a technical problem late last month has been fixed. The No. 2 reactor at the plant in New Taipei automatically shut down on March 28-th, just one day after restarting again. Before being restarted March 28-th, the reactor had been shut down for an overhaul since May 2016. (NS) ---- T*EVA Air wins TripAdvisor awards for world's top-10 airlines E-V-A Air made it onto several top-10 lists for the second annual Traveler's Choice Awards for Airlines. Travel site TripAdvisor says EVA was fifth out of the Top-10 World's Best Airlines. It also made the "Top-10 Major Airlines in Asia" list, and "Best Business and Premium Economy Classes in Asia". TripAdvisor looked at more than 900-thousand airline reviews (評論) posted between February 2017 and 2018 550 airlines from five regions around the world were ranked. (NS) ---- US Trump Syria response US President Donald Trump says he'll decide within (在 ... 之內) hours how to respond to the latest case of chemical weaposn possibly being used against people in Syria. Our Washington Correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Nicaragua forest fire A forest fire in Nicaragua has burned over 3-thousand-500 hectares in a nature reserve. The Indio Maiz reserve is on the country's border wtih Costa Rica, but the government has refused offers of help from Costa Rica. Nicaragua says it has 800 soldiers, five planes and 10 boats fighting the fire. ---- Armenia president sworn in Armenia's new president has been sworn into office. President Armen Sarkisian promised to improve the justice system and fight against corruption. Armenian voters in 2015 approved changing the government from a presidential system to a parliamentary republic. Under the change, which takes place next month, the presidency will be largely a ceremonial position. ---- News Outro That was the I-C-R-T news Check in again tomorrow for our simplified version of the news, uploaded every day in the afternoon. Enjoy the rest of your day, I'm ____. ----
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