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2018-09-05

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Taiex update The Tai-Ex opened up 21-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 11,042 on turnover of 1.7-billion N-T. ---- T*Nuclear fuel rods moved overnight Tai-Power removed more unused fuel rods from the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant overnight. The rods were taken to Keelung Harbor in 12 trucks, escorted (護送) by police. They were loaded onto a cargo vessel headed to the US. Tai-Power has not commented on last night's operation. ---- T*Hualien County prosecutor impeachment The Control Yuan is set to impeach Hualien County prosecutor Lin Jun-you. In June, Lin and two police officers went to his daughter's kindergarten and interrogated (審問) children. Lin believed his daughter was being bullied. The children were aged between two to four. Officials say Lin misused his power and is guilty of prosecutorial misconduct. The case will now been sent to the Judicial Yuan for further action. ---- T*Flights to Osaka cancelled And .... China Airlines, EVA Airways and Tigerair Taiwan have canceled all their flights to Osaka today due to Typhoon Jebi. And all flights to Kansai International Airport are cancelled. The airport has been closed due to flooding. ---- Iraq protesters killed In Iraq.... Three civilians were killed and four hurt during clashes between protesters and security forces in the southern city of Basra. Officials say two policemen were killed and seven hurt. The violence started during a funeral march for a 26-year-old activist who was killed on Monday. Iraqis in the south have been protesting against unemployment and poor public services since July. ---- US WH book The White House says the events described in a new book by Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward are all made up to "make the president look bad". Our Washington Correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- Brazil Rio museum fire From Brazil.... Officials are hopeful that a famed skull might have survived the large fire at the National Museum in Rio. Firefighters found bone fragments in the burned out building. They will analyze the bone to figure out what it is. Officials had said after the fire on Sunday, that much of Latin America's largest collection of treasures might be lost. In the museum's collection of about 20 million items, one of the most prized (珍貴) is a skull called Luzia, which is among the oldest fossils ever found in the Americas. ---- 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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