Two-year imprisonment kept for blogger infringing State interest

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The appeal court of the Supreme People’s Court, during its hearing in central Da Nang city on June 26, rejected the appeal lodged by blogger Truong Duy Nhat and upheld his two-year imprisonment sentence for the charge of "abusing freedoms to infringe upon interests of the State, legitimate rights and interests of organisations and/or citizens."

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Teachers in HCM City “unchained”

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Teachers in HCM City “unchained”

VietNamNet Bridge – General school teachers in HCM City are now breathing a sigh of relief, as city authorities have given their consent to teachers giving private lessons without needing to obtain permission.

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Malware worms making its way into more apps

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Malware worms making its way into more apps

Malicious software is increasingly making its way into mobile phones through "cloned" versions of popular apps, and software weaknesses in legitimate ones, security researchers said on Tuesday.

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Australian expert disagrees with China’s view on East Sea issue

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Australian expert disagrees with China’s view on East Sea issue

VietNamNet Bridge – Professor Carlyle A. Thayer – a renowned expert on the East Sea from the Australian Defence Force Academy – stands in staunch opposition to the recent claims by two purported Chinese scholars that China’s sovereignty claims are legitimate.

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Dong Nai strives for harmonious labour relationship

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The southern province of Dong Nai is working towards a harmonious and stable labour relationship in order to protect the legitimate interests and rights of both employers and employees, and to create a healthy business and investment environment.

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Law of the sea draws a line in the sand

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Law of the sea draws a line in the sand

After The Australian published an article by China’s ambassador to Australia, Ma Zhaoxu titled "Vietnam has no legitimate claim to Xisha islands," this newspaper posted an article by Mr. Luong Thanh Nghi - Vietnam's Ambassador to Australia - agaisnt China's groundless arguments. VietNamNet Bridge would like to introduce Mr. Nghi's article.

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Australian expert disagrees with China’s view on East Sea issue

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VOV News English 2 month(s) ago 1 related news

(VOV) - Professor Carlyle A. Thayer – a renowned expert on the East Sea from the Australian Defence Force Academy – stands in staunch opposition to the recent claims by two purported Chinese scholars that China’s sovereignty claims are legitimate.

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Online writing is legitimate literature, critic says

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VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago 1 related news

Veteran literary critic Pham Xuan Nguyen has called for more recognition from culture authorities and writers for online writing, which is attracting a fresh wave of young followers.

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Vietnam should sue China, say scholars

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Vietnam should sue China, say scholars

(VOV) - Vietnam should sue China for misinterpreting and misusing the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), using force to possess another country’s territory, and violating the legitimate rights and interests of Vietnam.

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Int’l community asked to back justice in East Sea issue

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Int’l community asked to back justice in East Sea issue

Vietnamese Ambassador to South Africa Le Huy Hoang has called on politicians, academics and diplomatic missions in the country to voice objections to China’s aggressive actions in the East Sea and back Vietnam’s legitimate demand for China’s withdrawal of its illegally-placed rig from Vietnam’s waters.

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US firms appreciate Vietnam’s safety and security measures

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US firms appreciate Vietnam’s safety and security measures

The US business community has expressed its high appreciation of the comprehensive measures the Vietnamese Government has been taking to ensure the legitimate rights and interests of foreign institutions, enterprises and individuals in Vietnam, as well as the absolute safety and security of staff and property.

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Hanoi vows to support Polish investors

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Hanoi will work hard to facilitate the investment of Polish businesses in the locality, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen The Thao said when welcoming Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Katarzyna Kacpercryk on June 11.

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Vietnam backs ILO’s initiative on fair migration

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Vietnam backs ILO’s initiative on fair migration

Vietnam strongly supports initiatives set by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in building an agenda for fair migration to ensure legitimate rights of labourers, said Minister of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs Pham Thi Hai Chuyen.

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Fisheries society asked to do more for fishermen’s rights

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Fisheries society asked to do more for fishermen’s rights

President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan on June 10 asked the Vietnam Fisheries Society to engage more in protecting the legitimate rights of fishermen and businesses in the field.

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Rampant piracy eats up Vietnam's digital content market

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Báo Thanh Niên English 2 month(s) ago

Due to a lack of effective law enforcement, pirates now dominate Vietnam's digital content market, leaving almost no room for legal businesses to survive, let alone grow, according to remarks made at a recent conference held at the Ho Chi Minh University of Law.

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