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Growth, management orientation of online newspapers, games discussed

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A conference, held on June 12 in the capital city Hanoi, had met to discuss growth and management orientation of newspapers and games on the net.

 

SOCIETY IN BRIEF 13/6

Cross-border gambling kingpin nabbed in Cambodia; Rare gibbons found in Vietnam central highlands; Bus accident kills 4, injures 38 in central Vietnam; Central Highlands dad burns son over 50 cents [ … ]
   

Vietnam ranked 38th in peacefulness

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Vietnam ranks 38th in the world on the Global Peace Index (GPI) of the Institute for Economics and Peace based in Australia.
   

Hanoi responds to World Blood Donor Day

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Vietnam is to honour 100 blood donors on June 12 in response to the World Blood Donor Day’s this year message “New Blood for the World”.

   

35,000 prisoners expected to get clemency in 2010

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As many as 35,000 prisoners will be considered for amnesty in 2010 under a recent decision made by the State President.

   

Watchdog seeks ways to root out corruption

altThe Central Committee for Preventing and Fighting Corruption held a symposium in Hanoi on June 10 to improve the detection and handling of corruption cases.
   

SOCIETY IN BRIEF 10/6

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Blood donors honoured; Warning on procedures follows gas leaks; Illegally imported crocodiles seize; Dak Lak Commune hit by whirlwind; Blue-ear pig disease under control in Hai Duong

   

Express rail needs 2 years’ study: Japan envoy

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It could take two years to complete the feasibility study for the proposed US$56 billion Vietnam express train project which is under consideration by lawmakers, Japanese ambassador Mitsuo Sakaba s [ … ]

   

The NA to approve new cabinet members

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The National Assembly will consider and announce government positions on June 18, said NA Office Chairman Tran Dinh Dan.

 

   

Fraud costs nation $67m, says official

alt So far this year, the Government Inspectorate has conducted 38 inspections and reached conclusions on eight cases, according to Deputy Chief Government Inspector Mai Quoc Binh.

   

Great requiem held for dead people in Truong Sa sea

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Buddhist monks, Buddhist followers and residents living on Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago organised a requiem at three pagodas on June 2-5  for heroes, martyrs and civilians who died in the sea of [ … ]

   

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