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2018-11-23

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS NOVEMBER 23, 2018 ---- E*Police Question Man Over Incitement to Kill Han Kuo-yu Police have questioned a man who may have threatened the KMT candidate for Kaohsiung mayor. Investigators say the 47-year-old engineer living in Taipei City posted a comment online. The Nov. 14th comment called for the people of Kaohsiung to "take revenge and kill Han Kuo-yu" The suspect told police he was just expressing (表達) his opinion, and did not mean to threaten Han's life. But he may be charged with threatening injury to others. The case has been turned over to the Shi-lin District Prosecutors' Office for investigation. ---- E*Taiwan Fruit and Vegetables Prove Popular in Palau Officials say fruit and vegetables sent from Taiwan to Palau sold out almost completely in just three hours at a local supermarket. Taiwan's embassy in Palau says this is the first time in almost 20 years that Taiwan's fruits and vegetables have been sold in the Pacific island nation. The Nov. 20th shipment contained (包含) guava, persimmon, bamboo shoots, grapes, and dragon fruit. The company that purchased the shipment of fruits and vegetables says they plan to bring another shipment in soon. ---- E*UK May Says Brexit Deal Close British Prime Minister Theresa May says a good Brexit deal is coming soon. From London Catherine Drew reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*UN Calls on NKorea to Allow Inspectors The UN wants North Korea to let inspectors back into the country to watch its nuclear program. The International Atomic Energy Agency says Pyongyang talked about taking steps to denuclearize in September. It spoke about ``permanent dismantlement (拆除) of the nuclear facilities in Yongbyon''. I-A-E-A officials say there has been activity at the facility which makes plutonium, but it is unsure what type of activity that is. IAEA inspectors were forced out of North Korea in 2009, but officials say the agency is ready to go back. ---- E*Italy Unleaning Tower of Pisa Italian officials say they've straightened the Leaning Tower of Pisa a bit more. Engineers say the bell tower was straightened by 4 centimeters. The 12th-century tower reopened to the public in 2001 after being closed for more than a decade to let workers correct its slant (傾斜). ---- 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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