10AM Easy EZ News Intro
Good morning. It's 10 o'clock. I'm ______ and it's time for Easy EZ News on
The Tai-Ex opened down 20-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 9982
on turnover of 1.5 -billion N-T.
T*Suspects questioned over selling personal info
Officials questioned 62 people about illegally selling personal information.
Investigators believe they are part of a group that made millions of dollars
selling that information to real estate agents and property development
Police confiscated (沒收) the suspects' computers, which had about
100-million pieces of personal information.
Each set of information was sold for between $150-thousand to 200-thousand NT.
T*Infrastructure bill still stalled in Legislature
Lawmakers are still stuck on the Forward Looking Infrastructure Development
Legislators threw bags of flour, some blew whistles and banged drums to try
to stop the review meeting.
Only one paragraph (段) of the bill was read. Then the session had to be
The infrastructure plan calls for the government to use $800-billion NT to
develop railways, renewable energy, and other projects over eight years.
The KMT wants the budget cut to $500-billion NT over four years.
T*Verdict coming in brutal girl muder
The court will hand down its decision today for child killer Wang Jing-yu.
Wang killed a four-year-old girl on a street in Taipei's Neihu District in
March last year.
Prosecutors say he should get the death penalty (判死刑).
But defense lawyers say Wang has shown he is sorry for his crime and has
apologized to the girl's family.
Democrats demand answers from US Deputy AG
Taking a look at US news...
Democrats want to know if Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein knew about
the firing of James Comey.
Our U.S. correspondent Priscilla Huff reports:
Brazil State of Emergency over Zika Virus Over!
In South America...
Brazil says its Zika health emergency is over.
The virus carried by mosquitoes wasn't thought of as a threat (威脅) until
People realized the virus can cause major birth defects.
The Health Ministry says cases of Zika from January to mid-April are down by
95 percent percent compared with the same months last year.
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