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2019-02-20

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS FEBRUARY 20, 2019 ---- T*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 29-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,181 on turnover of 1.6-billion N-T. The market closed little changed Tuesday after moving in narrow range (範圍), as investors remained cautious about trade talks between the United States and China. Analysts say large cap stocks in the bellwether electronics sector appeared (似乎、呈現)mixed, while buying in select old economy stocks helped stabilize (穩定) the broader market throughout the session. ---- E*Civic Groups Pushing for Referendum Act Reform Civic groups want lawmakers to make changes to the Referendum Act. Covenants Watch says the review period for referendum (公投) proposals should be extended (延長) so the public will have more time to debate the issue and human rights will be protected. Currently, referendums can be held 28 days after they pass the Central Election Commission's review period. And the commission is only required by law to hold at least five debates on the topics (題目、議題) to be voted on. The groups say this timeframe (時間、時期) is too short for creating good quality proposals. They say there should be a waiting period of between six to 12 months before referendums can be held in order to ensure (確保) more time for public discussion. ---- E*EVA Airways Fined Over 'Bottom Wiping' Incident EVA Airways is being fined $60-thousand NT. Last month, a passenger flying with the airline from Los Angeles to Taipei asked a flight attendant to wipe his bottom after using the toilet. The Office of Labor says the airline did not follow the Occupational Safety and Health Act with the way it handled (處理) the issue. The office says the airline did not have regulations (規矩、條令) to properly protect the safety of their cabin crew members. ---- E*US Trump Says No Rush for NKorea Denuclearization U.S. President Donald Trump says he's in no rush (不急) for North Korea to denuclearize (無核化). U.S. correspondent William Denselow reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Canada Syrian Refugee Children Die in House Fire From Canada.... Seven children from a Syrian refugee family died in a house fire in Nova Scotia. The children were aged from about 3 months to the mid-teens. Reports say the father is in critical condition (危急情況、命危), after trying to save his children. The mother is also in the hospital with injuries, but she is expected to survive. Officials say 1,795 Syrian refugees have come to Nova Scotia in the past few years. Police are investigating how the fire started. They say it was one of the worst fires in Nova Scotia in recent (近期的) history. ---- E*UK Expands No-Fly Zone Around Airports The United Kingdom is increasing the size of no-fly zones for drones around British Airports. The Department of Transport says on March 13th, the zone will widen from the current (現在) 1 kilometer to 5 kilometers. Officials are also working on new laws to give police more powers to stop and search people who may be using drones to cause trouble or break the law. More than 100,000 travelers were delayed (航班延誤、延遲) or stuck at Gatwick Airport before Christmas in December last year. Authorities at the time had to stop or delay flights because drones (無人駕駛飛機) were spotted (看到、被發現、識別) in airspace near the airport. Gatwick is Britain's second-busiest airport. ---- 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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