LĐ | 16/08/2017 | 09:46
“Đáy tàu nhọn hoắt, không lắc mới lạ” – ông Dương Văn Thắng nói. Ảnh: P.V
“Tôi sợ tàu lật tôi không đi. Ai dám đi con tàu này không? Tôi sẵn sàng chuyển giao, để xem họ có đi biển được không? Cơ quan chức năng nói tàu không lắc, hãy tự tay điều khiển con tàu ra biển thử 2 ngày” – ông Dương Văn Thắng (phường Mỹ Đông, TP.Phan Rang – Tháp Chàm) nói về con tàu vỏ thép dịch vụ hậu cần (số hiệu NT-91234) duy nhất đóng theo NĐ 67 do ông làm chủ ở Ninh Thuận nằm bờ đã 2 năm qua.
Tiếp tục đọc “Bán nhà “nuôi” tàu vỏ thép nằm bờ” →
Cambridge University Press, in the tweet below, says it is re-posting the 300 articles on China removed last week.
Original Vietnamese version download.
White Paper on the Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) Islands
Republic of Vietnam
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Vietnamese archipelagoes of Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) are both situated in the South China Sea off the Republic of Vietnam’s shore. Their very modest size by no means lesser the importance given them by the Vietnamese: to Vietnamese hearts, these remote insular territories are as dear as could be any other part of the fatherland. The Hoang Sa Islands to the North were occupied by force of arms by the People’s Republic of China on January 20, 1974, following a brazen act of invasion which left the world extremely indignant. As for the Truong Sa Islands 500 km to the South, two other foreign powers are illegally stationing troops on four of the main islands in the archipelago. Tiếp tục đọc “White Pape of the Republic of Vietnam on the Hoang sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) Islands – (1975)” →
Vietnamnet_Residents in two communes of the southern province of Binh Dinh have raised a heated protest against titanium mining activities, citing pollution concerns.
|Residents in My An and My Tho communes of Phu My District took to the streets to protest the polluting titanium mining company in Binh Dinh Province. — Photo tuoitre.vn
For many days now, people living in My An and My Tho communes of Phu My District have been preventing Hoang Dat Co from exploiting the titanium in the region fearing water pollution.
Dang Ngoc Thai, head of Xuan Phuong village of My An Commune, said previously, a vast casuarina forest covered the region.
“However, since 2006, when the company was allowed to exploit titanium in the region, they have chopped down hectares of the forest. The trucks carrying titanium ores are a constant source of pollution,” he said.
Thai also added that the wells in the village had run dry, forcing residents to spend a hefty sum of money to dig new wells.
In the neighbouring village of Xuan Binh (My An Communme), the foul smell and muddy water are also suspected to be caused by the company’s mining activities.
“Now, if the authorities once again let them resume their mining, then we will suffer further; the environment is heavily polluted already. We demanded a halt on all the titanium mining activities here,” a resident said, expressing his anger. Tiếp tục đọc “Locals protest against titanium mining in Binh Dinh” →