Chinese ships tasked with protecting an illegally-positioned oil rig continued their aggressive assaults on Vietnamese law enforcement ships operating in their national waters on July 14.
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Thai protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has promised that his supporters will not obstruct advance voting for next week's general election.
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LONDON – The FBI has opened a criminal investigation into Chinese telecoms gear maker ZTE Corp's sale of banned U.S. computer equipment to Iran and its alleged attempts to cover it up and obstruct a Department of Commerce probe, the Smoking Gun website reported.
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The FBI has opened a criminal investigation into ZTE Corp over the Chinese company's sale of banned US computer equipment to Iran and its alleged subsequent attempts to cover it up and obstruct a Department of Commerce probe, the Smoking Gun website reported.
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Many unauthorised roadside markets continue to obstruct traffic in HCM City although Safety Traffic Year 2012 is under way around the country.
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Customers withdrawing or transferring money on automatic teller machines (ATM) are not allowed to cover their face or obstruct security cameras, according to the State Bank’s new draft on guidance circulars on equipping, managing and operating ATM systems.
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HCMC – Many waterways in HCMC are still being encroached on by construction works that obstruct the water flows and cause flooding to worsen in many parts of the city during rainy season.
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VietNamNet Bridge – While Chinese ships obstruct Vietnamese fishing at sea, Chinese businesses try to collect the seafood caught by Vietnamese fishermen.
A Vietnamese government decree that will take effect next month spells out new penalties for those who obstruct or fail to cooperate with the media.
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