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2018-10-24

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS OCTOBER , 2018 ---- E*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened down less than a point this morning from yesterday's close, at 9-thousand 774 on turnover of 1.1-billion N-T. The market closed below the 9,800 point mark Tuesday amid concerns over continuing fund outflows (外流) on the back of a strengthening U-S dollar and selling was seen across the board. ---- E*Services in Area Affected by Train Crash Resume The Taiwan Railways Administration has resumed regular services (恢復正常通行) in the area where the Puyuma express train derailed. Two-way services resumed at 5:54 this morning, earlier than initially expected (比原先想得早). The southbound track was damaged in the accident and the rail network had been operating a scaled down service (減少運行服務) since Monday morning after wreckage (殘骸) from the crash was cleared. Work to repair the damaged track was completed yesterday afternoon and work on repairs to the line's electrical system was carried out overnight. Premier William Lai took a Puyuma Express this morning to Hualien - telling reporters he was taking the trip to ensure that full safety checks had been carried out . ---- E*CDC Warns on New Indigenous Dengue Fever Case The Centers for Disease Control says the spread of indigenous dengue fever is starting to show signs of slowing down, despite confirmation of four new cases this week. Health officials say all four new cases of the mosquito-borne disease (由病媒蚊傳染的疾病) have been reported in Taichung. The latest cases bring the total number of confirmed dengue fever cases islandwide so far this year to 157. The C-D-C says the new cases do not belong to cluster infections (群聚感染) and fewer than 10 new cases have been reported over the past three weeks, meaning the spread of indigenous dengue fever is subsiding (消退). However, six new imported cases of dengue were reported last week, three from Cambodia, and one each from Myanmar, Vietnam and China. ---- E*UN Warns of Growing Migrant Caravan Crisis In international news ... The United Nations Refugee Agency is warning of an urgent humanitarian need (緊急人道需求) for the thousands of migrants in the caravan (車隊) making its way to the Mexico-US border. Agency spokesperson Adrian Edwards explains. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Trump Calls Saudi Actions "The Worst Cover-Up" U-S President Donald Trump is describing Saudi Arabia's response to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as "the worst cover-up ever." (最拙劣的遮掩) Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump also said whoever organised the plot "should be in big trouble." The statment comes as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the US "will punish those responsible" and is revoking (取消) visas of 21 identified suspects. The Saudi kingdom is still claiming Khashoggi was killed in a rogue operation after visiting its consulate in Turkey. ---- E*EU Calls on Italy to Revise Budget The European Commission has told Italy to revise its budget (重編預算). The call is an unprecedented move (前所未見的要求) with regard to an European Union member state. The Commission says it's concerned about the impact of higher spending on already high levels of debt in Italy - which is the eurozone's third-biggest economy. Italy's governing populist parties (執政的民粹政黨) have vowed to push ahead with campaign promises including a minimum income for the unemployed. The country now has three weeks to submit a new budget to Brussels. ---- E*Canadian Rapper Killed Performing Stunt A Canadian rapper has been killed while performing a stunt that involved rapping (邊唱饒舌歌) while walking on the wing of a plane (邊在機翼上行走). British Columbia's Coroners Service says Jon James McMurray died while working with a team making videos of airplane stunts and parachuting. McMurray's manager says the rapper moved farther out onto a wing as the small Cessna went into a downward spiral (螺旋轉圈往下) and didn't have time to open his parachute. ---- C*WEATHER AM ..... Looking at the weather across Taiwan ... Partly cloudy skies with occasional showers in the north and east, mostly clear in the center and south. Current Temperatures .... Taipei -- 25 Taichung -- 27 Gaoxiong -- 28 Hualien -- 25 ---- 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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