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2018-11-21

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS NOVEMBER 21, 2018 ---- E*FSC Eyes Allowing Migrant Workers to Make Remittances from Convenience Stores The Financial Supervisory Commission says it might allow migrant workers to send money home from convenience stores. The FSC would do this under a new law that allows financial companies and organizations to try out innovative (創新) products and services. The FSC says the amount of money allowed would be small, and the workers would have to choose a person to receive the money, such as family members. ---- E*CDC Warns on Enterovirus Epidemic Health offiicals say enterovirus infections (感染) around the world are rising quickly. The Centers for Disease Control say last week, cases were up by 13.8-percent from the week before. That is 10,427 cases, close to 11-thousand, which is the number of infections that would make it an epidemic. The number of infections have now gone up for two weeks in a row. The time of the year when enterovirus infections are common, are between spring, and when the new school year begins in September. ---- E*US Cali Races to ID Fire Victims Search and rescue teams are trying to find and identify victims of California wildfires before heavy rain comes. Rachel Silverman reports from San Francisco. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Amnesty Says Saudi Activists Beaten and Tortured Amnesty International says Saudi Arabia has tortured activists in prison. Saudi Arabia is holding at least 10 women and seven men without officially saying what crimes they've committed. Those activists include people who called for women being allowed to drive before the ban was ended in June. ---- E*Indonesia Whale Filled With Plastic Indonesian officials say a dead whale found on a beach had kilograms of plastic garbage in its stomach. National park rangers in Sulawesi province found the 9.5-meter long body of the sperm whale late Monday. They say the 5.9-kg of plastic waste included plastic drinking cups, bottles, and even flip-flops. They are unsure if the plastic killed the whale, but hope this will make people understand the need to cut down plastic waste. ---- 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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