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2017-09-08

ICRT_Podcast-Intro_December 2013 ---- Section break ---- 10AM Easy EZ News Intro Good morning. It's 10 o'clock. I'm ______ and it's time for Easy EZ News on ICRT. ---- T*Taiex The Tai-Ex opened up 15-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,554 on turnover of 2.4-billion N-T. The Tai-Ex closed slightly lower Thursday as investors locked in early gains (獲利了結), which helped push the index into negative territory (跌到平盤以下) at the end of the session. ---- T*Outgoing Cabinet The out-going Cabinet (即將總辭的內閣) has approved a bill that will incorporate into domestic law the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance (保障所有人免於強迫失蹤國際公約). The bill will now be submitted to the Legislative Yuan for review. The Ministry of Justice says by adopting the convention as law, Taiwan can highlight its determination to engage in (參與) international human rights affairs and improve on its own human rights regulations. The convention defines "enforced disappearance" as "the arrest, detention, abduction (綁架) or any other form of deprivation of liberty (或任何形式的剝奪自由)" by states or governments. ---- T*Chunghwa Post's smart iMailbox The Chunghwa Post Office says it will offer customers more than 900 additional smart delivery mailboxes by the end of next year. The service was introduced in 2016. And the post office plans to install more i-mailbox kiosks (智慧郵箱亭) in college campuses, community buildings and hospitals. Chunghwa Post Company says it is also teaming up with Taiwan Railways Administration to install 111 kiosks at 98 train stations islandwide by the end of next June. The service allows customers to use the i-mailbox as a delivery address for packages and international express mail, with the convenience of 24-hour pickup. ---- T*SEF on Lee Mingzhe The Straits Exchange Foundation says it will accompany the wife of detained human rights advocate Lee Ming-che to China's Hunan Province and provide her with all the necessary assistance and security. The statement comes after Lee Jing-yu announced plans to travel to China on Wednesday. Her husband has been detained by Beijing since March and is reportedly set to stand trial (即將受審) soon for subversion charges (顛覆罪名). Lee Jing-yu attempted to go to China in April, but was banned from boarding her flight after Beijing revoked (取消) her travel permit. The Mainland Affairs Council says it has hired legal counsel for Lee Jing-yu and it is currently seeking to obtain permission from China for the lawyer to accompany her to Hunan. ---- UN Meeting in world news... U.S. President Donald Trump and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres are scheduled to speak at a meeting on reforming the world body sponsored by the United States on September 18. They are meeting on the eve of the annual gathering of world leaders at the General Assembly. Britain also is a co-sponsor, and its U.N. ambassador said Thursday the event aims "to provide maximum support'' for the secretary-general ``as he reforms the United Nations He said now is the time when the world requires an effective multi-lateral system (多國機構) with a well-functioning U.N. at its heart (以運作良好的聯合國作為核心).' Trump wants major cuts to the U.N. budget and significant changes to the world organization. ---- Pope Francis Pope Francis is celebrating a huge open-air Mass in Bogota's Simon Bolivar park and warned of the ``thick darkness 濃厚的黯黑'' that threatens Colombia with violence, corruption and vengeance (報復). In his homily given to a crowd numbering over a million, Francis denounced the ``thick darkness'' in Colombia and elsewhere that sparks violence and takes human lives. He said such darkness is a "thirst for vengeance and the hatred which stains the hands of those who would right wrongs on their own authority (自行作主來討回公道), the darkness of those who become numb to the pain of so many victims.'' Francis is on a five-day visit to urge Colombians to resist the lure of vengeance so they can move on from Latin America's longest-running conflict. ---- Cyberattack One of the three major credit bureaus (信用報告機構) in the U.S. -- Equifax -- is announcing that it's the victim of a security breach, (安全被破壞) and millions of customers' information may now be at risk. AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- WEATHER AM ..... Looking at the weather across Taiwan ... Partly cloudy skies islandwide, with occasional afternoon thundershowers in the north and east, and occasional showers in the south. Current Temperatures .... Taipei -- 32 Taichung -- 30 Gaoxiong -- 31 Hualien -- 30 ---- 10AM Easy EZ News Outro That's it for Easy EZ News today. 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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