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lundi 7 avril 2014

U.S.-Vietnam naval exercises begin amid SE Asian tension

Two U.S. Navy ships began six days of non-combat exercises with the Vietnamese military as the U.S. seeks to bolster its presence in Asia at a time of growing tension between China and its neighbors.

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jeudi 3 avril 2014

Russia hands over two diesel-electric submarines to Vietnam

Russia’s arms exporting agency Rosoboronexport and Vietnam concluded the contract for six submarines back in 2009, and the last submarine will be delivered by 2016

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jeudi 27 mars 2014

Vietnam to join Southeast Asia naval exercise in Indonesia

A Vietnamese Navy delegation set off for Indonesia Tuesday to join the 2014 Southeast Asia naval exercise (Komodo Multilateral Exercise), aiming to improve naval cooperation capabilities in disaster relief.

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jeudi 20 février 2014

Vietnam seaside tourism projects left to rust, locals have no sea access

Hundreds of projects, mostly resorts, have been abandoned for years along Vietnam’s central and southern coast, leaving locals jobless and cut off from the sea

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mardi 18 février 2014

Vietnam is building its longest sea bridge

HANOI—Vietnam is building its longest sea bridge, connecting the northern region to what will be the country's largest port, as it prepares for a boost in cargo shipments by sea.

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samedi 4 janvier 2014

First Russian-made submarine arrives in Vietnam

The first of the six Varshavyanka-class submarines that Vietnam has agreed to buy from Russia arrived at Cam Ranh Bay in the central province of Khanh Hoa Tuesday (December 31) evening.

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mercredi 1 janvier 2014

7 students drown near beach resort in southern Vietnam

Seven students aged between 13 and 15 drowned in the ocean while swimming at a beach resort in Ho Chi Minh City on Sunday, an accident believed to have been caused by rough seas.

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lundi 30 septembre 2013

Russia to build maintenance facility for ships in Vietnam's Cam Ranh

Russia and Vietnam will build a repair and maintenance facility for ships built by the Soviet Union and Russia in Cam Ranh Bay, where one of the most important naval bases of the USSR abroad used to be located.

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mercredi 31 juillet 2013

Russia to hand over a submarine to Vietnam this Nov.

According to a press release of the Admiraltei Verfi shipyard, the first Kilo 636 submarine of the six submarines for Vietnam will be handed over to Vietnam in November 2013.

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mardi 23 juillet 2013

Viet Nam failing to combat coastal erosion

HA NOI — Viet Nam lacks a comprehensive strategy to cope with coastal erosion, which is recognised as one of the major consequences of rising sea levels, experts have warned.

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lundi 8 juillet 2013

Vietnam’s 2nd Russian-made sub completes sea trials

The second Kilo-class submarine Vietnam agreed to buy from Russia has completed its sea trials and been returned to the shipyard where it was built, Russian news agency Interfax reported Tuesday.

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mercredi 3 juillet 2013

China-Vietnam tourism sea route resumes

A sea route for tourism between southern China and Vietnam has resumed after being closed for two years

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mardi 26 février 2013

VN Maritime urges law change to sell ships as scraps

The Vietnamese Maritime Administration is calling on the Ministry of Transport and the government for a law amendment that could permit it to sell a number of old cargo vessels as scraps.

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jeudi 31 janvier 2013

Officials float sea channel plan

KIEN GIANG - A sea route connecting the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang in Vietnam with Cambodia’s Sihanoukville and Thailand’s Trat province will be introduced to shipping companies this year.

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jeudi 12 janvier 2012

Vietnam fishermen accuse foreign ship of causing boat wreck

The Vietnam Maritime Administration has asked Chinese authorities to help clarify accusations that a foreign ship which rescued Vietnamese fishermen after their boat sank last week actually caused the accident.

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lundi 26 septembre 2011

Vietnam firm pays 'millions' to free pirated ship

HANOI — A Vietnamese shipping firm paid more than $2 million in ransom to free its crewmen held for months by Somali pirates, a company executive said after the sailors arrived home.

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samedi 6 août 2011

Vietnam to get sub fleet in six years

HANOI — Vietnam will have a submarine fleet within six years, the defence minister reportedly announced on Thursday, in what analysts say is intended as a deterrent to China's increasing assertiveness at sea.

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vendredi 5 août 2011

Vietnam gets new coast patrol planes amid sea spat

Vietnam has received the first of three new coastal patrol planes, according to the aircraft's manufacturer, as it further upgrades its maritime defences amid tensions in the South China Sea.

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lundi 12 janvier 2009

High tides hit S Vietnam, driving hundreds of people into misery

HANOI - At least 69 houses have collapsed into the sea due to broken dyke and more than 100 are under threat of collapse as more strong waves and high tides are forecast to hit the southern Binh Thuan province of Vietnam in the coming days, the local newspaper Labor reported Monday.

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