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2018-08-10

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Taiex update The Tai-Ex opened down 18-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 11,009 on turnover of 1.9-billion N-T. ---- T*Ko questions DPP member expulsion threat Taipei mayor Ko Wen-je is questioning the DPP's move to expel party members who support him. D-P-P Deputy Secretary-General Xu Jia-qing said earlier this week that any member who backs Ko after August 31 will have to leave the party or face expulsion (開除). Ko says doing this is "censorship." The DPP has already removed incumbent Nangang District Borough Warden Qiu Bi-chu said he supported Ko. ---- T*President leaves for Paraguay Belize Sunday President Tsai Ing-wen will leave this coming Sunday for state visits to Paraguay and Belize. The Presidential Office says Tsai will go to the inauguration of Paraguay's President-elect Mario Abdo Benitez on August 15. Tsai will travel to Belize on August 16 for a three-day visit. She will meet with Governor-General Colville Young and Prime Minister Dean Barrow. Tsai will transit (過境) in Los Angeles on the first leg of the journey and in Houston on the return trip. ---- T*MOI allows solar power companies in cemeteries And .... The Ministry of the Interior has changed regulations to allow solar power generation businesses to work in public cemeteries. Officials say this means land space at public cemeteries will be well used. The government is aiming to make Taiwan nuclear power free by 2025. ---- California fire arrest Officials in California say a man has been arrested in connection with one of eighteen major fires burning through the state. Rachel Silverman has the story. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Brazil homicide A report says 63-thousaand-880 people were killed in Brazil last year. This means 2017 was the deadliest year in the country's history. The independent Brazilian Public Security Forum says organized crime is one of the reasons the rate keeps growing. But it says police operations are getting more violent, with officers killing 14 people a day. The report also says more than 1,000 women were killed in hate crimes because they were women. ---- Costa Rica gay marriage Costa Rica's supreme court is giving the lawmakers 18 months to allow gay marriage. The court voted to make gay marraige legal, saying that current laws that ban marriage equality are unconstitutional (違憲). The court says if the legislature does not make changes within 18 months, gay marriage will automatically become legal because the current ban will end. ---- 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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