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10AM TAIWAN NEWS
The Tai-Ex opened up 19-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 9,935
on turnover of 1.7-billion N-T.
T*Taiwan delegation still to go to Geneva
Taiwan will still send a delegation to Geneva later this month.
Health Minister Chen Shi-chong will lead the group for this year's World
Health Assembly, even though Taiwan wasn't invited.
The group will try to meet with groups from other countries.
President Tsai Ing-wen tweeted a message against the World Health
Organization, saying not inviting Taiwan is against the "founding principles"
of the global health group.
T*Accused teacher threatens lawsuit
A cram school teacher accused of raping a student says he might file a
lawsuit against two officials.
Wu Han-sheng was named by DPP lawmaker Lin Jun-xian and Gaoxiong City
Councilor Hsiao Yong-da last week, as the teacher who raped popular writer
Lin Yi-han when she was 16-years old.
Lin committed suicide in late April.
Her parents say she suffered from depression because she had been raped by a
cram school teacher nine years ago.
Wu says that isn't true and his reputation has been damaged.
T*Military conducts live-fire rehearsal
The military had its first live-fire drill on Penghu County Tuesday.
It was a preview before the Han Kuang military exercises.
Three flights in and out of Penghu were delayed, adn 792 passengers were
The second part of the Han Kuang military exercises will be from May 22nd to
US Trump fires FBI director
U-S President Donald Trump has fired FBI Director James Comey.
Patrice Howard reports from Los Angeles.
SKorea new president
New South Korean President Moon Jae-in has talked with government officials
about North Korea.
Moon will be sworn into office at noon today.
The South's Joint Chiefs of Staff told the president that the military is
closely watching North Korea.
They say they are ready for any actions by the North.
Mexico fuel theft
Mexico is working harder to fight the stealing of fuel from pipelines.
The country's treasury secretary says Mexico loses up to $1-billion U-S
dollars a year because of the thefts.
Officials are also watching gas stations that may be selling the stolen fuel.
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