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2018-11-02

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS NOVEMBER 2, 2018 ---- E*Qualcomm to Open Research and Testing Centers Qualcomm will open a research and testing center here in Taiwan. It will be built in Hsinchu. The center will have a 5G module research and design center. The investment is part of a deal Qualcomm has with Taiwan's government. The US company says it will invest $700-million NT in Taiwan over the next five years, to settle (和解) an antitrust lawsuit filed against it by the Fair Trade Commission. ---- E*Prosecutors Seeking Lee Ming-yen's Detention Prosecutors want Lee Ming-yen in detention. He was arrested after an attack on the Taipei City government's labor department head. Prosecutors say they want him in detention (拘留) because he is a flight risk, and as admitted to attacking Lai Hsiang-lin in her office. Lee was questioned at the Taipei District Prosecutor's Office last night. He is facing charges of assault and of obstructing a public official in the discharge of their duties. Lai is in the hospital with injuries to her head. ---- E*US Trump Ups Anti-Immigration Rhetoric US President Donald Trump is once again focusing on immigration. US Correspondent Mary MacCarthy reports: < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Chile Earthquake Brings No Damage Chile has been hit by a magnitude 6.2 earthquake. No injuries or damage was reported after the tremors in the northern region. Officials say the earthquake happened at 7:22pm local time. It was centered 88km northeast of the city of Iquique, at a depth of 95 km. The navy says a tsunami is unlikely (不大可能). ---- E*Ethiopia Approves Female Supreme Court Justice Ethiopian lawmakers have approved the country's first female Supreme Court President. This comes after lawmakers elected Ethiopia's first female president, and approved a Cabinet with an equal number of men and women. The new Supreme Court President Meaza Ashenafi is a prominent law practitioner in Ethiopia. Meaza founded the Ethiopian Women Lawyers Association. She has also worked with the U.N., helped establish an all-female bank and served as a judge at the country's High Court. ---- C*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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