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2019-06-10

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS JUNE 10, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex Opens Up The Tai-Ex opened up 77-points this morning from last Thursday's close, at 10,486 on turnover of 2.7-billion N-T. The Taiex closed a bit lower last Thursday. It was following other markets in Asia. Investors are closely (密切) watching for US tariffs (關稅) on Mexico, and trade talks between Washington and Beijing. ---- E*DPP Primary Begins Today The D-P-P's presidential primary poll begins today. President Tsai Ing-wen and former premier William Lai have finished campaigning for the week-long poll. Tsai ended her campaign Sunday with a visit to Taoyuan. Lai visited Pingtung. Polling will start today and last until Friday. Landline and cellphone responses will have equal value. The D-P-P has said it will announce its 2020 presidential candidate on June 19. However, reports say initial results could be ready by Thursday. ---- E*Torrential Rain Forecast for this Week The Central Weather Bureau says there will be torrential rain over large parts of the island this week. They say the rain will come from southwesterly winds and a stationary front. Forecasters say the front will move slowly from north to south. It will cover the whole island, and the weather will be unstable from Tuesday through Thursday. There will be thunderstorms over all areas. The bureau says there may also be flash floods (暴洪) in low areas along the west coast. The CWB says the weather should become more stable (穩定) by Friday in the north. But they say heavy rain will continue in the south until Sunday. ---- E*HK Massive Extradition Protests Protesters marched through Hong Kong Sunday against laws that would allow people to be extradited (引渡) to mainaland China for trials. The massive demonstration took place three days before Hong Kong's government plans to bring the bill to the full legislature, to get approval (批准) by the end of the month. Police say there were around 240-thousand protesters. Organizers say more than 1 million took part. Late Sunday night, a group of demonstrators broke through barriers (障礙) at government headquarters, where the march had ended. The crowd got into the lobby for a short time, but police used batons and pepper spray to push them back outside. ---- E*General strike launched in Sudan after security crackdown It is the first day of a general strike in Suday. Protest leaders called the strike, to push the ruling military council to resign (辭職). Sarah Bassett reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Greece Prepares for Early Elections Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet with Greece's president to ask him to call an early national election. Tsipras' office says the prime minister would visit the president this afternoon. Tsipras' party did poorly (差、不理想) in the European Union election two weeks ago. In response, the prime minister said he would ask the president to dissolve (解散) the parliament to trigger a vote. The government wants the election to be held on July 7. A regularly scheduled election is not due until October, when the four-year term of Tsipras' government ends. ---- 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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