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The Tai-Ex opened up 16-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 9,726
on turnover of 3.4-billion N-T.
T*Six bus crash victims still unidentified
Officials say six bodies from last night's tour bus crash have still not been
The six bodies are now going through DNA tests.
A mourning hall has been set up at the Second Funeral Parlor for the 32
people killed in the accident.
Premier Lin Chuan says the government will look into the crash very
The tour bus was carrying 44 people, mostly elderly.
It flipped over on a ramp connecting Freeway No. 5 and Freeway No. 3 last
night in Taipei's Nan-Gang District.
Both the bus driver and a tour guide were killed.
Two people are still in critical condition.
Officials are trying to find out what caused the accident.
T*HTC rolls out pink smartphone
HTC now has a pink U Ultra smartphone.
The Ultra is the company's newest phone, and experts say the pink color fits
in with Valentine's Day.
HTC started showing the U Ultra in mid-January.
The company says it sold 20-thousand U Ultra smartphones last month.
US Trump evaluates Flynn controversy
The White House says U-S President Donald Trump is looking into the situation
(情況) with his national security advisor.
Here's our US correspondent Lorna Shaddick.
UN condemns NKorea missile launch
The U-N Security Council says it is strongly against North Korea's latest
ballistic missile launch (發射).
The council says it will take "further significant measures" if Pyongyang
doesn't stop nuclear and missile testing.
The council says these actions go against U-N sanctions, and make the
situation more tense.
It called on all U-N members to try harder to push U-N sanctions.
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