Ministry turns to ports in fight against overloading

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Ministry turns to ports in fight against overloading

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Transport said any ports found to violate regulations on overloading from the second time will be closed for a period of between one and three months, a sanction accepted by all ports at a meeting here on Tuesday.

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Around 1,200 Chinese fishing boats violate Vietnamese waters annually

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Around 1,200 Chinese fishing boats violate Vietnamese waters annually

There are around 1,200 in which Chinese fishing boats cross over into Vietnamese waters each year, according to statistics released at a conference in Danang on September 19.

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Dialogue to promote human rights

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VOV News English 2 month(s) ago

Dialogue to promote human rights

(VOV) -A dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteurs on human rights is an important cooperative activity between Vietnam and the UN’s Universal Periodic Review on human rights.

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Modified lorries to be taken off the road

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VietnamNet English 2 month(s) ago

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Transport has deployed inspection teams nationwide from July 15 to check and punish those who violate norms by reconfiguring the lorries, changing their initial design, to carry more load. Viet Nam News interviewed two transport ministry officials in charge of the inspection campaign to ask what motivated the move and what has been done so far. The paper also spoke to a member of the local weighing station to know what he and his...

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China told not to return oil rig to VN waters

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VietNam News English 3 month(s) ago 2 related news

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has demanded China not to return the oil rig or violate Viet Nam's sovereignty or jurisdiction again, saying that Viet Nam was determined to safeguard its sovereignty with combined power and peaceful measures in line with international law.

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Vietnam premier demands China not repeat sovereignty violations after rig withdrawal

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Vietnam premier demands China not repeat sovereignty violations after rig withdrawal

Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung requested China not to deploy any other oil rig to Vietnam’s waters as well as not to violate the territorial integrity, sovereign right and jurisdiction of the Southeast Asian country at a government meeting on Wednesday.

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NATO calls on North Korea to cancel rocket launch

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NATO calls on North Korea to cancel rocket launch

NATO on Wednesday called on North Korea to cancel plans for its second rocket launch of 2012, saying it would violate U.N. resolutions and could further destabilize the Korean peninsula.

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Police cracks down on taxis for illegal parking

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VietNam News English 5 month(s) ago

Police cracks down on taxis for illegal parking

The Ha Noi police is cracking down on taxis that violate parking rules and drop off passengers in undesignated areas, thus causing traffic chaos near major hospitals.

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China's acts violate int'l law, threaten regional peace, stability: Vietnam PM

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Báo Thanh Niên English 5 month(s) ago

China's recent acts have seriously infringed upon Vietnam's sovereignty, seriously violated international law and the Declaration on the Conduct (DOC) of Parties in the South China Sea (DOC), and seriously threatened regional peace and stability, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung said in an interview with Bloomberg on Friday.

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Business returns to normal after riots

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Business returns to normal after riots

VietNamNet Bridge – Order has been restored in southern industrial parks and export processing zones as most businesses in HCM City and neighbouring provinces have resumed operations following riots led by extremists who incited workers to violate security regulations, the vice chairwoman of a provincial labour federation has said.

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Business returns to normal after riots

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Business returns to normal after riots

Order has been restored in southern industrial parks and export processing zones as most businesses in HCM City and neighbouring provinces have resumed operations following riots led by extremists who incited workers to violate security regulations, the vice chairwoman of a provincial labour federation has said.

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India-Vietnam solidarity committee opposes China’s acts

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VietnamPlus English 5 month(s) ago 4 related news

President of the India-Vietnam Solidarity Committee Geetesh Sharma has opposed China’s violations of Vietnam’s sovereignty and called on China to exercise restraint and come to negotiation table abiding by the international law and precedence.

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Prime Minister urges to defend sovereignty in accordance with the law

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VietnamNet English 5 month(s) ago

Prime Minister urges to defend sovereignty in accordance with the law

VietNamNet Bridge – It is legitimate to show patriotism and protest China’s illegal rig in Vietnam’s waters but those who take advantage of this to violate the law must be strictly punished, said PM Nguyen Tan Dung.

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Vietnam metro condemns China’s aggression in East Sea

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Vietnam metro condemns China’s aggression in East Sea

Protesters stage a demonstration in Ho Chi Minh City to decry Beijing's deployment of a deep-water drilling rig in Vietnamese waters. PHOTO: VIETNAM NEWS AGENCY

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Quang Liem confirms to always abide contract with Vietnam Chess Federation

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VietnamNet English 7 month(s) ago

Quang Liem confirms to always abide contract with Vietnam Chess Federation

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam’s top chessman Le Quang Liem insisted that he did not violate the sponsorship deal signed with the Vietnam Chess Federation.

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