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lundi 24 avril 2017

Vietnam uses an old naval base to make new friends

Cam Ranh Bay is welcoming American warships again

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vendredi 21 avril 2017

Affaire Dong Tâm : un village refuse la confiscation d’un terrain et affronte ouvertement les forces de l’ordre

C’est une véritable bataille rangée qui oppose depuis le 15 avril dernier la population paysanne et les forces de l’ordre dans le village de Dong Tâm, une agglomération située dans la circonscription administrative de Hanoi, à 30 km de la capitale.

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jeudi 20 avril 2017

25 Montagnard asylum-seekers to be returned to Vietnam

Despite claiming to have fled widespread persecution, 25 Montagnard asylum-seekers will voluntarily be sent back to Vietnam on Monday, assuming Interior Minister Sar Kheng approves the move, a ministry official said on Wednesday.

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mardi 18 avril 2017

Vietnam's quiet Human Rights crisis

A dearth of coverage, competing global interests, and an omnipresent police state render violations largely unnoticed.

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Anger over Vietnam's poisoned coast

"The big fish are all dead," complained 50 year-old Mai Xuan Hoa, picking small fish from a net as he tried to rebuild his livelihood a year after Vietnam's worst environmental disaster.

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lundi 17 avril 2017

Vietnam villagers hold dozens of policemen in land dispute

Villagers in Vietnam's capital on Monday were holding more than 30 people, most of them policemen, over a land dispute in a rare defiance of the communist government.

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dimanche 16 avril 2017

Vietnam may need $2.2 bln to keep railways safe

It will be 'extremely difficult' to reclaim the safety corridor for train tracks because people have been living alongside them for so long, an official said.

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Vietnam : Use of recording devices could be banned under proposed draft bill

Citizen journalists and bloggers are angered after Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security proposed a draft bill that bans the use of audio and video recording devices in the name of national security, as the authorities attempt to tame social media.

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jeudi 13 avril 2017

Vietnam plans higher requirements for professors

The draft regulations on standards and procedures for appointment and dismissal of professors shows the Ministry of Education & Training's (MOET) determination to upgrade the quality of professors and associate professors.

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mercredi 12 avril 2017

Ho Chi Minh City to widen river bus network

The new routes will connect District 1 with District 7 to the south.

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Fury in Vietnam over United passenger dragged from plane

Outrage spread to Vietnam on Wednesday over United Airlines' handling of a passenger dragged from his seat after it emerged that the 69-year-old U.S. doctor was Vietnamese by birth.

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mardi 11 avril 2017

'Alarming' executions in Vietnam

Secrecy around executions continues to plague some Southeast Asian countries, with newly released figures showing the "disturbing" use of the death penalty in Vietnam, Amnesty International says.

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lundi 10 avril 2017

Cover up call at ancient towers

One of Vietnam’s heritage sites, Ponagar Cham Towers, has introduced a regulation to ensure foreign tourists cover up when they visit the site.

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Can Tho lines up festivals

Vietnam’s Can Tho’s Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism will organise cultural and tourism events in the next three months to boost domestic tourism.

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Vietnamese families still battling the aftermath of Agent orange

The Vietnam War may have ended in 1975 – but 42 years later, countless families are still battling with the insidious effects of Agent Orange.

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dimanche 9 avril 2017

Vietnam should not aim to become industrial power

Vietnam should not continue to try to become an industrial power and instead should shift to developing agriculture and tourism, according to economist Le Xuan Nghia, head of the Business Development Institute (BDI).

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Vietnam’s Left-Behind Urban Migrants

Tough restrictions on internal migration are trapping Vietnam’s rural-to-urban migrants in a vicious cycle of poverty.

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vendredi 7 avril 2017

Free labour movement might hurt many Vietnamese workers

Vũ Quang Thọ, head of the Institute for Workers and Trade Unions, tells Lao động (Labour) that both workers and trade unions are ill-equipped to cope with the free flow of labour mandated by the ASEAN Economic Community

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Thaïlande: le roi a signé la nouvelle Constitution de la junte

Le roi de Thaïlande a signé jeudi une nouvelle Constitution qui renforce le contrôle de l'armée sur les affaires de l'Etat mais ouvre la voie à des élections après trois ans de junte.

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jeudi 6 avril 2017

Bernie Ecclestone reveals he vetoed Vietnam Grand Prix despite potential £320m windfall

The former F1 chief gave the red light to the proposals over calendar concerns

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Reported incoming French ambassador has connections to Vietnam

The president of France has selected Eva Nguyen Binh, an official at the French Embassy in Hanoi and wife of the French ambassador to Vietnam, as its next ambassador to Cambodia, two media outlets have reported.

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mercredi 5 avril 2017

Street musicians gather in HCMC

Ho Chi Minh City authorities intend to serenade tourists with a music street in the city’s downtown district.

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Made-in-Vietnam radioactive drugs cannot meet demand

Due to the low capacity of the nuclear reactor, the Da Lat Nuclear Research Institute is only capable of producing enough radioactive drugs to meet the demand for radioactive isotopes and radioactive preparations for 25 medical establishments in Vietnam.

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Disrespect is not sexy, anytime, anywhere

“Man bites dog,” is an old journalistic aphorism that remarks on how the unusual is more newsworthy (than a dog biting a man).

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Budget hotels sprout up in Vietnam as business travel booms

Small, midsize companies' expansion drives lodging demand

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Anger burns on Vietnam's poisoned coast a year after spill

"The big fish are all dead," complained 50 year-old Mai Xuan Hoa, picking small fish from a net as he tried to rebuild his livelihood a year after Vietnam's worst environmental disaster.

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dimanche 2 avril 2017

Vietnam labels Taiwan drills on disputed island 'serious violation'

Vietnam on Thursday denounced Taiwan's military drills on and around a disputed South China Sea island, labeling them a serious violation of its sovereignty and a threat to maritime security.

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AirAsia plans Vietnam venture on Southeast Asia travel boom

AirAsia Bhd., the low-cost carrier headed by Malaysian tycoon Tony Fernandes, plans to start a Vietnamese carrier in a local partnership, as cheap fares and rising incomes fuel a travel surge in the Southeast Asian nation.

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Trump sends letter to Vietnam's president to promote ties

U.S. President Donald Trump has written to Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang to promote more cooperation between the two countries, the government website cited Quang as saying.

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mercredi 29 mars 2017

Vietnam may emulate Digital India, seeks cooperation on e-governance

Vietnam on Tuesday sought cooperation from India in various fields, including cyber security and e-governance, to steer the country towards economic development on the lines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Digital India and e-governance initiatives.

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