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2018-06-01

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Taiex First Taiwan news.... The Tai-Ex opened up 7 points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10-thousand 882, on turnover of $2.56 billion NT. ---------------- ---- T*Transitional Justice Commission The government has formally launched its Transitional Justice Commission (促轉會), which is being tasked with "finding the truth" during the island's martial law period. The commission was formally launched at a ceremony attended by President Tsai Ing-wen and Premier William Lai. Speaking at the ceremony Tsai said the commission's founding is testament (明證) to Taiwan's consolidated democracy (堅定的民主) and the need to close the era of authoritarianism (威權統治). Commission members say they will submit an accurate report on the era of authoritarian rule to ensure accountability (責任歸屬) and to make sure justice is served within the next two years. ---- T*Heat-related illness The Ministry of Health says over 400 heat-related illnesses were reported islandwide in May. Health officials say a total of 419 cases of heat-related illness had been reported as of May 30 -- the highest for the month in the last four years. Health Promotion Administration Director-General Wang Ying-wei says there are several points to remember for preventing heat injuries, including wearing lightweight, loose, light-colored clothing that provides ventilation (通風透氣). And Wang says people should try to stay indoors and in places that are well ventilated or air conditioned and stay hydrated (多喝水) and eat more fruit and vegetables. ---- T*YouBikes Riders of public bicycles in Taipei and New Taipei will enjoy free third-party liability (第三方賠償) insurance coverage effective from today. The Taipei City Department of Transport says the insurance will cover the 13-thousand Youbikes in Taipei and 16-thousand Youbikes in New Taipei, whose R-F-I-D tags all begin with an A and F. The move means that members of the public in the two cities will be covered should they injure anyone while riding Youbikes. The insurance compensation for the injury or death of a third party will be set at a maximum of 2-million N-T. Cathay Century Insurance won the bid from the two city governments earlier this month to provide insurance for Youbike users in the greater Taipei area from today to the end of the year. ---- BC-AS--Koreas-Tensions Turning to world news.... North and South Korea are resuming senior-level peace talks. Seoul sees the talks as an important step in building trust with Pyongyang amid a U.S.-led diplomatic push to persuade the North to give up its nuclear weapons. The meeting at an inter-Korean border village today follows a meeting in New York between U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and senior North Korean envoy Kim Yong Chol where they discussed a potential summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. 2 days ago the White House said that the summit with Kim is still "expected" to happen in Singapore. South Korea, on the other hand, plans to use the high-level meeting with the North to set up military talks on reducing tensions across the heavily armed border (重兵駐守的邊界). ---- Apology Ameircan comedian Samantha Bee is apologizing to the president Trump's daughter Ivanka for calling her a vulgar name (用髒話稱呼她). AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Denmark and lastly, Denmark has decided to ban full-face veils (覆蓋全臉的面紗). The law is known as the ``Burqa Ban'', and is seen as being directed at the dress worn by some conservative Muslim women. First-time offenders (首度違反規定者) risk a fine of about $156 dollars. Repeat offenses could trigger fines of up to 1,500 dollars or a jail sentence of up to six months. Austria, France and Belgium have similar laws. ---- WEATHER AM ..... Looking at the weather across Taiwan ... We can expect .... Partly cloudy to cloudy skies and occasional showers or thunderstorms in the north, center and east , And partly clear skies across much of the south. Current Temperatures .... Taipei -- 25 Taichung -- 29 Gaoxiong -- 32 Hualien -- 27 ---- 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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