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2018-09-25

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 ---- E*Taiex update The Tai-Ex opened down 12-points this morning from last Friday's close, at 10,959 on turnover of 2.2-billion N-T. ---- E*Government Thanks US for Approval of $330million Arms Sale The government thanks the US for approving a sale of $330-million-worth of arms (武器). The items include spare parts and support for military aircraft, including F-16 fighters, C-130s, F-5s, and IDFs. A Pentagon spokesperson says the sale will help improve Taiwan's self-defense without changing the balance of military power in Asia. ---- E*Super Typhoon Trami Could Affect Taiwan Friday Super Typhoon Trami could start affecting Taiwan on Friday. The Central Weather Bureau says the storm probably won't make landfall in Taiwan. Right now, Trami is about 910-kilometers east-south-east of Oulunbi. It is moving northwest at 12-km an hour. The storm has sustained winds of 190-km an hour, and gusts of up to 234-km an hour. The CWB says if the storm stays on its path, it will turn north tomorrow or Thursday and move towards the Ryuku Islands. ---- E*Hong Kong Cardinal Upbeat on Continuing Taiwan-Vatican Ties Hong Kong's Cardinal Joseph Zen says he believes the Vatican will eventually establish formal diplomatic ties with China. Zen says the formal ties won't happen soon, but the Vatican will also want to keep ties with Taiwan. Beijing and the Holy See recently signed an agreement on the appointment of bishops. Zen says if Beijing and the Vatican were to start official ties, it would be for secular (世俗) rather than religious reasons. ---- E*US Trump to meet Deputy Attorney General The Deputy Attorney General of the United States is keeping his job for now, and will meet with the president later this week. Our Washington Correspondent Simon Marks reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*US report condemns Myanmar military violence A U.S. government investigation has found that Myanmar's military used "extreme brutality" to force Rohingya Muslims out of the country. The State Department report released today spoke with more than 1,000 refugees out of hundreds of thousands who have fled (逃) to Bangladesh. The 20-page report does not say if the military's actions are genocide and crimes against humanity. Most of those interviewed had seen a killing, and half had witnessed sexual violence. The Rohingya identified the military as responsible in 84 percent of the killings or injuries they witnessed. ---- 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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