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2019-09-19

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS SEPTEMBER 19, 2019 ---- E*Tai-Ex opening The Tai-Ex opened up 18-points this morning from yesterday's close, at 10,947 on turnover of 1.9-billion N-T. The market climbed back up Wednesday and ended above 10,900 points. Investors were less worried about a continued rise in international crude oil prices. The bellwether electronics sector rose the most. Major local supppliers to Apple saw a lot of buying, with investors hoping that shipments (出貨) will increase, due to better-than- expected pre-order sales of the latest iPhones. But the gains were capped ahead of the conclusion of a two-day policymaking meeting of the U-S Federal Reserve. ---- E*Eight Sentenced over 2013 Killing of Taiwanese Fisherman A Manila court has sentenced eight Philippine coast guard officers to prison for the 2013 fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman. The ruling found the eight guilty of homicide. Their sentences of prison time ranged from eight to 14 years for their involvement in the shooting death of 65-year-old Hong Shi-cheng. Hong was shot and killed on May 9, 2013 when a Philippine coast guard vessel opened fire on the Pingtung-registered "Guang Da Xing 28." The boat was in waters where the exclusive economic zones of the two countries overlap. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is lauded (稱讚) the conviction of the eight Philippine coast guard officers. ---- E*More Details of Rakuten Plan to Buy Lamigo Monkeys Pending Lamigo Monkeys General Manager Justin Liu is expected to announce more details of an offer by Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten to buy the baseball team later today. Rakuten has been in talks this week with the Monkeys to buy the six-time Chinese Professional Baseball League champions. C-P-B-L Secretary-General Feng Sheng-xian says it remains unknown how Rakuten will make the purchase. He says that will depend on discussions with league board members and the league's other three teams. If the Japanese firm does buy the Monkeys, it will become the first foreign company to own and run a C-P-B-L team since the league's founding in 1990. ---- E*US Senate Clashes Over Spending Bills From the US.... Senate Democrats have blocked (阻止) debate on the nearly $700 billion dollar Pentagon budget and other spending bills. AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Nigeria Protests Over Women Deaths People are protesting in southern Nigeria. They are angry about the deaths of several women in hotel rooms by what may be a serial killer (連環殺手). It was the second day of protests in the city of Port Harcourt in the oil-producing Niger Delta region. Police say eight women have been strangled in hotel rooms in Rivers State in the past two months. Some suspects had been arrested but police are still searching for the a main suspect. Activists say up to 20 women have been killed and they say the protests will continue until the region is safe for women. They are angry that police might not be taking investigations seriously, and are labelling (標籤、扣帽子) all victims prostitutes just because the killings took place in hotel rooms. ---- 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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