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Chemical bomb gently lifted from Long An canal

Engineers on May 5 deactivated a 100kg chemical bomb that was fished out from Dong Tien canal’s 5 meter-deep bed in Long An. Soldiers also discovered two more bombs in this canal.

 

 

Vietnam invited to attend G20 summit

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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper has announced that Canada has extended invitations to the leaders of Ethiopia, Malawi, the Netherlands, Spain and Vietnam to attend the G20 summit in Toronto n [ … ]

   

SOCIETY IN BRIEF 9/5

Ambulances fail to serve public


Only 4 per cent of victims in accidents nationwide are taken to hospital by ambulance, according to a survey by the Ministry of Health’s Department of Preventat [ … ]

   

Blue-ear pig disease confuses the market

Besides being scared of falling ill from consuming pork infected with blue-ear pig disease, customers are now facing disorder in the food market.

   

Hanoi to double traffic fines from May 20

From May 20 to June 20, the fine on traffic rule violators in ten districts and some roads in Hanoi will be doubled under a government’s decree.

 

 

   

Foreign criminals on the rise in Vietnam

More foreign criminals have come to Vietnam. Some recent serious crimes investigated by the General Department of Police are suspected to involve foreign gangs.

An Indonesian robber arrested by H [ … ]

   

Bell rings untrue, farmers attack government office

Believing that their commune’s over-100-year-old bell was exchanged fraudulently, thousands of people in Yen Phu commune, Bac Ninh province surrounded the office of local commune government and ass [ … ]

   

HCM City tightens “xe om” management

Xe om (motorbike taxi) drivers in HCM City may have to group up and register with authorities, plus wear uniforms, according to a governmental decree to take effect on May 20.


 

   

China’s fishing ban in East Sea worthless: spokesperson

China’s ban on fishing in waters in the East Sea, including the areas under Vietnam’s sovereignty, is totally worthless, said a Vietnamese foreign ministry
spokesperson.

 

 

 

Mrs. Nguyen P [ … ]
   

Ill-considered dams take toll on nature

VietNamNet Bridge – About two-third of the 500 hydroelectric power stations operating around the country, have fundamentally altered the hydrographic conditions and resources of the surrounding cou [ … ]

   

Contractors penalised for serious labour violations

Hanoi’s Inspection Group determined the penalty for violations of labour safety by contractors of Keangnam Hanoi Landmark Tower project.


A total of 15 contractors will be punished VND235 million ( [ … ]

   

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