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2019-10-08

Section break ---- C*News Intro I'm ... w/ the top of the hour news ..... ---- E*EZ NEWS OCTOBER 7, 2019 ---- E*Complaint Filed Over Removal of Pro-Hong Kong Messages on Campus A Hong Kong student at National Taiwan University of Arts has filed a complaint with police against two Chinese students. Gary Cheung, who's in the school's Motion Picture Department, says the two Chinese students tore down (扯下、撕掉) messages posted on the campus in support of the ongoing democracy movement in Hong Kong. Cheung says their actions seriously hurt other people's right ot free speech. He's requesting (要求) they offer a public apology. Video footage from students shows the two Chinese nationals tearing down post-it notes on a campus Lennon Wall in the early morning of October 2. A similar incident has been reported to police in Tainan, after Chinese students tore down messages posted on the National Cheng Kung University campus. ---- E*Nanmen Market to Closes for Renovation After 38 Years Many shoppers went to Taipei's Nanmen Market Sunday. It was the last day before the building would be torn down and rebuilt over the next three years. The market on Roosevelt Road is owned by the city government, and is now closed, starting today. The 38-year-old building will be built into a modern 12-story building. When it is completed in 2022, it will be connected to the MRT's CKS Memorial Hall Station. The over 250 tenants (承租人) will move to a temporary market at the intersection of Hang-Shou South and Ai-Guo East roads. ---- E*Syrian Girl Wins Award for Comforting Refugees Through Music A teenage Syrian girl, who was driven out of her country by the civil war (國內戰爭), has won the first-ever Asian Girl Special Award as the 7th Asian Girl Awards in Taipei. Fifteen year old Sama Hejazi was born in Damascus. She won the award because of her optimism and courage in life, and her efforts in comforting other traumatized (受了創傷) young refugees like her. Speaking after receiving the award, Hejazi said the awards show the world that Asian girls are not weak and "they have the capacity to make freedom." The 7th Asian Girl Awards ceremony was organized by the Garden of Hope Foundation. ---- E*Info from 2nd whistleblower could undercut Trump Information from a second whistleblower (舉報人) could undermine U-S President Trump's argument that the first whistleblower complaint was improperly (不當地) filed. AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports. < [CLIP] Slug: > ---- E*Protesters in Ukraine Rally Against Election in Rebel East Thousands are rallying in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv. They are against the president's plan to hold a local election in the country's rebel-held east. Ukraine, Russia and mediators Germany and France on Tuesday signed a tentative (暫定) agreement with Russia-backed separatists on guidelines for holding a local election in eastern Ukraine. The region has seen a five-year conflict between the separatists (分離主義者) and Ukrainian troops, leaving more than 13,000 people. Ukraine's newly elected President Volodymyr Zelenskiy says the deal is a necessary middle step before organizing a summit with the leaders of Russia, France and Germany to push for a peaceful settlement. But people at yesterday's rally say the move is giving in to Russia, which supports the separatists. ---- E*Israeli Archaeologists Claim to Discover Ancient City Israeli archaeologists say they have found a large, 5,000-year-old city in northern Israel. Israel's Antiquities Authority says the ancient (古老) city was discovered during preparations (準備) for a highway project near Harish, a town 50 kilometers (30 miles) north of Tel Aviv. It calls the site a ``cosmopolitan (大都會) and planned city'' that dates to the early Bronze Age. It says the city covered 65 hectares and was home to about 6,000 people. Researchers say they found an unusual ritual temple, burnt animal bones which could be evidence of sacrificial offerings (祭品), and a figurine of a human head as well as pottery fragments, flint tools and stone vessels. Researchers say the discoveries give new insight into their understanding of the period when rural populations began to gather into urban settings. ---- 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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