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2018-08-30

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Tai-Ex update The Tai-Ex opened up 54-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 11,153 on turnover of 2.4-billion N-T. ---- T*Asian Games update Taiwan remains in sixth place in the Asian Games with 13 gold, 17 silver and 21 bronze medals. Three more silver medals were won by Yang Jun-han in the men's 200-meter dash, Huang Ting-yin in the women's omnium in track cycling, and Zheng Zhu-ling in the women's singles soft tennis competition. Yang Yong-wei won the day's only bronze in the men's under-60 kilogram judo. ---- T*Threatening on MRT A 56-year old woman has been detained(拘留) for threatening passengers with a knife on the Taipei MRT. The woman was seen to take out a knife and verbally abuse a couple sitting next to her on the train. The couple alerted other passengers to the incident. Many ran off the train when it arrived at the station. Several passengers managed to disarm the woman before police arrived at the scene. Reports say the woman suffers from mental health issues. ---- T*Report on Typhoon Jebi And .... The Central Weather Bureau says Typhoon Jebi is still getting stronger as it moves westerward at 19-kilometers-an-hour. The storm is currently located some 3,000 kilometres east of the Philippine island of Luzon. Jebi has sustained wind speeds of 136-kilometers-an-hour, with gusts of up to 172-kilometers-an-hour. Forecasters say the storm is likely to strengthen. However, if Jebi continues on its current projected path, it will move towards southern Japan next week and will not affect Taiwan. ---- Puerto Rico Maria fallout The US government has sharply increased the official death toll caused by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico last year. As US Correspondent Rachel Silverman reports, the change has renewed(重新開始) criticism of the Trump Administrations response to the storm. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Canada opioid lawsuit The Canadian province of British Columbia is filing a proposed class-action lawsuit against dozens of pharmaceutical(製藥) companies. The lawsuit accuses drug makers of falsely marketing opioids(鴉片類藥物) as less addictive than other pain drugs. The lawsuit alleges that this helped start an overdose crisis that has killed thousands. It also targets pharmacies, claiming they should have known there was a problem by the amount of opioids they were selling. Nearly 4,000 Canadians died from apparent opioid overdoses last year. British Columbia declared a public health emergency in 2016. ---- News Outro That was the I-C-R-T news 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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