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2018-09-11

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ Taiex update The Tai-Ex opened down nearly 3-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,723 on turnover of 2.1-billion N-T. ---- E*EZ Japan's de facto embassy attacked with paint Taipei police say a pro-China unification party member splashed paint on Japan's de facto (事實上的) embassy in Taipei. Four Unionist Party supporters are being held and questioned by police. The entrance, foyer and glass panels at the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association were splashed with paint on Monday evening. ---- E*EZ Taipei among five cities to become more livable over past decade Taipei is one of five cities that has been rising on a list of the world's most livable cities The list is put together by the Economist Intelligence Unit. The other four cities that are improving, are Honolulu, Budapest, Kuwait City, and Auckland. Taipei ranked 58th in the 2018 Global Liveability Ranking, up two places from last year. The report says Taipei made the list because it continually invests in infrastructure (基礎設施) and healthcare. ---- E*EZ US Hurricane Florence triggers evacuations Americans are evacuating (撤離) ahead of Hurricane Florence. Our US correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*EZ Romanians protest against corruption Hundreds of Romanians are protesting violence after another rally. An anti-corruption protest last month left 450 people injured. Now demonstrators gathered outside government offices show their anger. Regular anti-corruption rallies have taken place since the Social Democrats party won Romania's 2016 election and started making changes to the government. Critics say the changes will make it harder to convict (判罪) high-level officials of corruption. ---- E*EZ Japan proposes restart to whaling Japan wants to end a ban on commercial whaling. It made the proposal at the "International Whaling Commission" meetings taking place in Brazil this week. Japan says the populations of some whales species are high enough that they can be hunted. But critics aregue that many whale populations are still vulnerable, and more and more people see killing whales as unacceptable. Japan currently kills whales under a special rule that allows hunting for research purposes. Conservationists say Japan's research program is just a cover for commercial whaling, because the whale meat is sold for food. ---- C*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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