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2018-04-16

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Taiex update The Tai-Ex opened down 3-points this morning from Friday's close, at 10,962 on turnover of 2.1-billion N-T. ---- T*Lai clarifies Taiwan independence stance Premier William Lai is explaining his stance on Taiwan independence. Lai said during a media event in Hualien that he was a "political worker for Taiwan independence". The premier says there are three basic beliefs behind his position. First, Lai says Taiwan is a sovereign (具有主權、自主的), independent country and does not need to declare independence. Second, only the country's 23 million people have the right to decide Taiwan's future. And third, making Taiwan stronger and more attractive to people so they support it is practical approach towards independence. ---- T*Thailand court hearing for Taiwan tourist A Thailand court will hear a case of a Taiwan tourist who is accusing her masseur (按摩師) of sexually assaulting her in Bangkok. The session will help officials decide if they will move forward with the case. According to Thai police, the masseur says the woman was a willing participant. Officials from Taiwan representative office in Bangkok have met with the woman and went with her to the Bangkok district police precinct to filed charges and to a hospital for health checks. ---- T*Taiwan's India envoy receives award And .... Taiwan's top envoy to India has been awarded the Global Achievers Award. Tien Chong-guang received the award from the Citizen's Intergration Peace Society for his work in strengthening Taiwan-India relations. Tien says Taiwan-India relations have grown recently in economics, education, and tourism. He says there is still room to grow in technology. Tien has been the head of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India since 2013. ---- US Trump Russia probe A court is set to hear testimony from the lawyer of US President Donald Trump, as well as Stormy Daniels. AP correspondent Julie Walker reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Myanmar Rohingya refugees return Myanmar's government says it has accepted five Rohingya Muslim refugees back into the country. Hundreds of Rohingya were reporteldy killed and their houses and villages burned to the ground, in what the United Nations and US have called "ethnic cleansing". Now, Myanmar's government says the five members of a family left Bangladesh and returned to western Rakhine state Officials have not said if any more repatriations are planned. ---- 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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