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2017-04-20

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10AM Easy EZ News Intro

Good morning. It's 10 o'clock. I'm ______ and it's time for Easy EZ News on
ICRT.

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T*Taiex update

The Tai-Ex opened almost flat this morning from yesterday's close, at 9,639
on turnover of 1.2-billion N-T.

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T*Tsai criticizes pension protest violence

President Tsai Ing-wen says the violence that happened at yesterday's pension
protest is wrong.

Tsai says those who used violence to try to stop pension reform will be held
responsible for their actions.

There was some pushing and fighting yesterday morning at the Legislative Yuan.

The protesters tried to stop lawmakers from getting into the building.

Police say some people were arrested, and 25 people are suspected of (被懷疑)
starting violence.

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T*Chinese activist flown back to China

A Chinese civil rights activist who asked for political asylum in Taiwan has
flown back to China.

Zhang Xiang-zhong left his tour group a day after arriving in Taiwan on April
12th.

He is a civil rights activist from Shandong Province.

But the National Immigration Agency says Zhang does not fit Taiwan's rules
for giving political asylum (庇護).

Officials say Zhang agreed to go back to China after being told he would not
get asylum.

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T*Taiwan Japan agency to change name

And .... 

The government will change the name of the agency that handles ties with
Japan.

Foreign Minister David Lee says the Association of East Asian Relations will
be renamed the Association of Taiwan-Japan Relations within the coming month.

Japan has already renamed its office in Taiwan on January 1st.

Tokyo said changing the name of the Interchange Association to the
Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association to the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association
better reflected its business duties (職責).

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US defends Trump ship claims

The White House is trying to explain why President Donald Trump said a U-S
Navy warship was going to the Korean peninsula, when it was actually moving
in the opposite direction.

Our Washington Correspondent Simon Marks reports.

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Nigeria Meningitis outbreak

Health 

Health officials say Nigeria's meningitis outbreak has killed at least 745
people.
 
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control says 8-thousand-57 suspected
meningitis cases have been reported.

The disease surfaced in December, and most of the victims have been children.
 
The federal government has kicked off a nationwide vaccination campaign for
millions of people.

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Australia tightens citizenship rules

Australia plans to tighten its citizenship rules.

Those who apply will need to have higher English language skills, longer
residency and evidence of integration such as a job.
 
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the new citizenship test would reflect
commitment to Australian values.
 
Officials also say there would be greater police checks on citizenship
applicants.

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10AM Easy EZ News Outro

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Check in again tomorrow for our simplified version of the news, uploaded
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Enjoy the rest of your day, I'm ____. 

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