2017-09-27Section 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 update The Tai-Ex opened up 65-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,322 on turnover of 2.7-billion N-T. ---- T*Zhang Wei released on bail Three suspects who may have been part of the violence at the Sing China Music Festival in Taipei have been released on bail. Zhang Wei, son of former mob-boss Zhang An-le, was released on bail of $250-thousand NT. He was questioned by prosecutors Tuesday. He says he is not involved in organized crime, is not a gang member, and did not attack students at the festival at National Taiwan University. He was called in for questioning after videos of violence between students and people from the Chinese Unity Promotion Party appeared online. The videos reportedly show Zhang as taking part (參加、參與) in the fighting. The two other suspects were released on bail of $100-thousand NT and banned from (被禁止) leaving Taiwan. ---- T*Taiwan allies speak out at UN assembly The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says 15 of Taiwan's 20 diplomatic allies spoke for the island at the United Nations General Assembly. The 72-nd session wrapped up in New York on Monday. MOFA spokesperson Eleanor Wang says many of the allies will now send a letter to U-N Secretary-General Antonion Guterres. In the letter, they will repeat their support for Taiwan to be a part of U-N organizations. Wang says the number of countries that sign the letter will be announced soon. ---- T*Tzu Chi team prepped for Mexico And .... The Tzu Chi Foundation says it is getting ready to send a volunteer medical team to Mexico. The team will leave Taiwan as soon as they get their visas. The foundation says another team sent from the United States is already in Mexico to help after last week's big earthquake. Taiwan's government has said it will donate $100-thousand U-S dollars for relief efforts (救援工作). ---- Trump on NKorea options U-S President Donald Trump says any military action the US takes against North Korea will be "devastating (壓倒性的破壞)", but he prefers not to use a military strike. Our US Correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Libya rival talks begin in Tunisia U-N sponsored talks held between Libya's rival groups have opened in Tunisia. The talks were opened by the U-N chief's special envoy for Libya. Libya sank into chaos (混亂) after a 2011 uprising that killed leader Moammar Gadhafi. Now, two rival leaders are trying to agree on details to a 2015 peace accord. ---- Saudi Arabia women driving Saudi Arabian leaders say women will soon be allowed to drive. Women are not forbidden by law to drive in Saudi Arabia, but officials do not give them licenses (執照). And if the women try to drive, they are detained by police. Now the government will set up a committee to prepare for the change, which is scheduled to happen in June 2018. ---- 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.