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2018-09-07

Section break ---- News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- T*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened down 1.8-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,923 on turnover of $2.7-billion N-T. ---- T*Armed man arrested at military police barracks Police are still holding a 53-year-old man who tried to break into a military police barracks near the Presidential Office. Officials say he tried to attack several guards and was carrying a sickle (鐮刀), no one was injured. No one was injured in the incident. The suspect said he wanted to tell President Tsai Ying-wen that he loved her. Police say the man has criminal records for obstructing an officer on duty and of endangering public safety. The case has been passed to the Taipei District Prosecutors' Office and the suspect is facing charges of obstructing an officer on duty and attempted bodily harm. ---- T*Fuel set to surge next week C-P-C could raise gasoline and diesel prices to a 46-month high next week. The state-refiner says it might raise prices at the pump by 0.5 or 0.6 N-T per liter from Monday. C-P-C will absorb some of the consumer (消費者) costs to keep prices stable. Officials say the increase is caused by a sharp jump in international crude oil prices. C-P-C will announce the price adjustments at noon on Sunday. ---- US India military communiations The US and India signed a major military communications deal in New Delhi on Thursday Kevin McAleese reports from Washington... < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- International Court Rohingya The International Criminal Court says it has the authority to investigate whether Myanmar forces have driven Rohingya Muslims from their homes. Judges at the court also say an ICC probe (探測) to see if there is enough evidence for a full investigation "must be concluded within a reasonable time". The decision means crimes against Rohingya people might be prosecuted at the Hague-based court, even though Myanmar is not a member of the court. ---- UK US FGM crackdown The US and UK are cooperating to fight female genital mutilation. Police and border security agencies in both countries will share information about when and where victims might be taken to get the procedure, and identify people responsible for the crime. They also have officers at airports and train stations approaching people traveling from countries where FGM occurs, and encouraging them to report concerns. The mutilation of girls' external (外部) genitals (生殖器) for non-medical reasons is practiced across Africa, the Middle East and Asia. It also affects immigrant communities in Europe and the U.S. ---- 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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