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2018-11-20

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS NOVEMBER , 2018 ---- E*Two Kaohsiung Mayoral Candidates Face Off in Debate Two candidates for Kaohsiung mayor had a debate last night. The DPP's Chen Chi-mai and the KMT's Han Kuo-yu talked about problems facing the southern city, including industry, debt, tourism, and people leaving to look for work. Chen says he will make it easier for investors to put their money into the city, and also expand the MRT to Lujhu and Linyuan districts . Han says he plans to use oil reserves on Taiping Island in the South China Sea to fund the city government. (NS) ---- E*ICRT CTBC Anti-drug DJ on Campus ICRT and the CTBC Anti-drug Educational Foundation are raising awareness of the dangers of drugs in schools. Supported by the Ministry of Education, ICRT's DJ on Campus will be at JinWen University of Science & Technology in New Taipei Thursday. The event gives students a chance to experience live English radio with DJ Joseph. And the CTBC Anti-drug Educational Foundation will help students learn how to spot (識別) drugs and protect themselves and their friends. For more information, tune in to ICRT's Anti-drug Program on-air, or check out our podcast online. (NS) ---- E*Cambodia Airways to Launch Siem Reap-Taichung Flights Cambodia Airways is opening a new route tomorrow to links Siem Reap in Cambodia with Taichung in central Taiwan. The airline will have two flights a week. Airline officials say its first flight tomorrow is already fully booked (預訂). The airline says it will also have flights between Phnom Penh and Kaohsiung in the near future. ---- E*US White House Restors CNN Acosta Pass The White House says it has given back CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press pass. AP Washington Correspondent Sagar Meghani reports from the White House. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Canada Students Arrested for Sex Assault Six students from a private all-boys Catholic school in Toronto were arrested and charged with sexual assault. Police say the boys aged 14 to 15 were involved in the attack that was shown in a video psoted online. Officials say the school did not notify police right away, and police actually learned of the attack through media reports. The school expelled (逐出) eight students and suspended another over at least two other similar attacks on campus. ---- E*UNESCO Calls for Migrant Education Efforts UNESCO says more needs to be done to educate refugee children. The UN culture and education agency says quality education would help the migrant children and also help their new country. The report calls on donors to triple funding and ensure (確保) long-term support. ---- 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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