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2019-06-12

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS JUNE 12, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened down 2-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,605 on turnover of 1.7-billion N-T. The market continued to rise yesterday, and ended higher. But gains were limited (有限) once the main board got close to 10,600 points. The bellwether electronics sector was still the main reason for the rise in the market. But investors seemed less interested in the financial sector. ---- E*KMT Scraps Cellphone Polls for 2020 Primary K-M-T Culture and Communications Committee Deputy Director-General Cheng Mei-hua says the party has decided to only use landline calls for it presidential primary. This comes after three of the KMT's possible 2020 candidates met to talk about the opinion poll. Hon Hai Chairman Terry Gou, former Taipei County Magistrate Chou Hsi-wei and National Taiwan University professor Chang Ya-chung went to the meeting. They could not agree on whether or not to include cellphone calls in the polls during their three-hour closed-door meeting (閉門會議). In the end, they decided to keep the rules for the primary that were approved in May. Kaohsiung Mayor Han Kuo-yu and former New Taipei Mayor Eric Chu did not go to the meeting. ---- E*Diver Arrested for Mistreating Sea Turtle in Xiaoliuqiu A diver has been arrested for possibly standing on a green sea turtle. The Coast Guard Administration says the incident happened on Monday. Another diver saw and filmed the suspect purposely standing on the turtle while snorkeling in waters off Xiao-Liu-Qiu in Pingtung County. The witness reported the incident (事件) to police and showed the video as evidence (證據). Authorties arrested the suspect at a local hostel that same day. The Pingtung District Prosecutors' Office says the man violated (違反) Article 18 of the Wildlife Conservation Act. He now faces a up to one year in prison or a fine of up to 300,000 N-T. ---- E*HK Protests Over Extradition Law Hundreds of protestors have surrounded government buildings in Hong Kong. They are against an extradition law that the legislature is discussing. The demonstraters overturned (顛覆、打翻) barriers and fought with police this morning. They were trying to get into the buildings. China agreed to run Hong Kong under a "one country, two systems" rule. This meant Hong Kong was guaranteed the right to keep its social, legal, and political systems for 50 years, after British rule endede in 1997. But some feel that China has not been following that agreement, and is forcing changes to Hong Kong's laws. Protestors say the extradition laws currently being debated would mean Hong Kong residents accused of wrongdoing (壞事) could be sent to China for trial. A vote on the amended (修改) laws is scheduled for June 20-th. ---- E*U.S. Engages with Worsening Crisis in Sudan The US is sending its top African affairs (務、事情) diplomat to Sudan. Daniel Ryntjes reports... < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Italy Approves Fines for Migrant Rescue Boats Italy has approved heavy fines for migrant rescue boats that enter Italian waters without permission. Interior Minister Matteo Salvini says charity boats carrying migrants who were rescued at sea could be fined up to $50-thousand euros if they enter Italy's ports without permission. New laws also allow undercover police investigations of possible migrant trafficking operations. It also allows police to use electronic devices to eavesdrop on people suspected of people smuggling. ---- 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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