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2018-09-12

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ Taiex update The Tai-Ex opened up 10-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,762 on turnover of 2.3-billion N-T. ---- E*EZ Mother and son detained in Kaohsiung freezer body case The Kaohsiung District Prosecutors' Office is holding the wife and son of a man whose body was found in a freezer. Police believe the 46-year-old woman and 24-year-old son plotted (圖謀) to kill they 47-year-old man over family inheritance (遺產). The man was killed in June, and his body had been in the freezer in the family home for more than three months. Police also say that at least two other people were there when the killing occurred. They believe the mother may have paid the two people to help. Investigators will interview more people this week. ---- E*EZ Effects of Super Typhoon Mangkhut to be felt from late Friday The Central Weather Bureau says Taiwan will feel the effects of Super Typhoon Mangkhut by Friday. Right now, the storm is about 1,900-kilometers east-southeast of Oluanpi at the island's southern most tip. It is moving westward at 22-kilometers-an-hour. The storm has a radius of 250-km. It's outer rim (邊沿) could affect Hualien, Taitung, and the Hengchun Peninsula. The storm has maximum sustained wind speeds of 190-kilometers-an-hour, with gusts of up to 234-kilometers-an-hour. Mangkhut is currently forecast to pass through the Bashi Channel on Saturday and Sunday. ---- E*EZ US Trump claims Puerto Rico success US President Donald Trump says the east coast of the United States is as "ready as possible" for Hurricane Florence. He also claims that his government's handling of last year's hurricane in Puerto Rico, which left 3 thousand people dead, was an "unsung (被埋沒的,未得到讚揚的) success". Our Washington Correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*EZ Watchdog says bribery rampant in exports An anti-corruption group says more than half of exports around the world come from countries that don't punish bribing officials. Transparency International says only 11 out of 44 jurisdictions (司法管轄區) actively enforce laws against bribery. These places include Germany, Israel, Britain, the US, Australia, and Sweden. Thirty-three countries had little enforcement, including Canada, New Zealand, China, India, Japan and Ireland. Transparency says it's ``unacceptable so much of world trade is susceptible (易受影響的) to consequence-free corruption.'' ---- 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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