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2019-02-14

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS FEBRUARY 14, 2019 ---- E*Students Remain in Critical Condition Following CCU Fire Two students are still in critical condition (危急、命危) after a fire at Chinese Cultural University in Taipei. An eight-story building caught fire on the university campus. Sixteen other people were rescued. But two female students were found unconscious in the men's bathroom on the sixth floor and rushed to nearby hospitals. Officials are still looking into how the fire started. ---- E*Government Lowers 2019 GDP Forecast The government has lowered its forecast for this year's GDP growth. Officials now say they expect Taiwan's GDP to grow 2.27 percent. That's 0.14 percent lower than their last estimate (估計) in November. The government says they made the change because of changes in global economic growth ---- E*Japan Same-sex Couples Sue for Equality Thirteen couples in Japan are filing lawsuits against the country rejecting same-sex marriage. The lawsuit argues that the law goes against the same-sex couples' constitutional rights to equality. Some Japanese municipalities have regulations for "partnerships" making it easier for same-sex couples to rent apartments together, as well as other things. But these regulations are not legally binding (具有法律約束力). ---- E*NASA Mars Rover Bites the Dust NASA says its Mars rover is now no longer working. AP correspondent Warren Levinson reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*EU Deal to Ban Pulse Fishing The European Union reached a deal to ban as of mid-2021 the practice of using electric shocks to stun fish before scooping them up in nets. The decision will be hard for the Dutch fishing fleet, which has invested strongly in electric pulse fishing. They argue the technique is environmentally friendly because it allows trawlers to use far less diesel and doesn't damage the seabed. Opponents characterize the method as industrial fishing that is wiping out fish stocks. The deal says the July 1-st, 2021, deadline should give the Dutch fleet enough time to adapt. ---- 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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