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2019-09-17

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS SEPTEMBER 17, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 11-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,909 on turnover of $1.9-billion NT. The market was higher Monday, and moved closer to the 10,900-point mark. Investors were less worried about trade tension between the United States and China. Some bought large cap tech stocks late into the day's trading session. And the petrochemical sector got a significant (重要、不少的) boost on the back of a spike in international crude oil prices. ---- E*Gou Opts Not to Run for Presidency Terry Gou has announced that he will not be running for the presidency in January's election. But he says he will still take part in politics. Gou's decision comes as the Central Election Commission is collecting a list of possible independent presidential candidates. Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-zhe still has not announced if he will register (注冊), but analysts say the move appears increasingly unlikely, as today is the last day to enter the race. ---- E*US issues satellite images to back its allegations that Iran was behind Saudi oil attacks The United States has shown satellite images and cited (引用) intelligence to support its allegation Iran was behind attacks on major Saudi oil facilities. From Washington, Kate Fisher has the story. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Thailand Temple Tigers Die Off More than half the tigers rescued three years ago from a Buddhist temple in Thailand have died of disease. Eighty-six of 147 rescued tigers have died. All of the tigers were born from six tigers. Inbreeding has made them unhealthy and vulnerable to disease. The temple in the western province of Kan-chana-buri let tourists feed the tigers and pose for photos with them, even though many were concerned about possible mistreatment (虐待) and wildlife trafficking. Police found tiger skins and teeth and at least 1,500 amulets made from tiger bones when they raided the temple, as well as 60 cub carcasses stuffed in freezers and in formaldehyde in jars. Estimates suggest there are more than 1,000 tigers in captivity in Thailand, but only about 200 left in the wild. ---- E*Protesters Expected at UN Climate Conference in NYC Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to join worldwide demonstrations this week ahead of a U.N. climate summit in New York. Organizers say more than 800 events were planned in the United States for Friday's ``global climate strike,'' while in Germany over 400 rallies have been registered. Protests will also take place in most other European countries, Australia, Japan, India, South Africa, Canada and dozens of other locations. A report released last year by a U.N. science panel concluded that there's still a chance to meet the 2015 Paris climate accord's goal of keeping global temperatures from rising more than 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2100 compared with pre-industrial times. But this requires big changes, including ending the use of fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal by mid-century. ---- 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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