Internet users in Vietnam are being warned of a malicious software program hiding on websites to ‘steal’ the computing resources on visitors’ devices to mine the cryptocurrency Monero for hackers.
The Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team (VNCERT) announced on Thursday that it has received numerous complaints over the past week of cybersecurity threats caused by the CoinHive malware program. Continue reading “Vietnam warns against threat of cryptocurrency mining malware CoinHive”
- By Tuoi Tre News November 17, 2017, 17:01 GMT+7
|Q.D.A. (L) attends a press conference announcing his successful stem cells transplantation in Ho Chi Minh City, November 16, 2017. Photo: Tuoi Tre|
For the first time in Vietnam’s medical history, a patient has successfully undergone hematopoietic transplantation of stem cells derived from the peripheral blood of an unrelated donor.
Stem cells from a Taiwanese donor were transported to Ho Chi Minh City for the medial operation, marking an important milestone in Vietnam’s medical advances.
Hematopoietic stem cells transplantation (HSCT) is the transplantation of multipotent hematopoietic stem cells – those that give rise to all the other blood cells – most often performed on patients with certain cancers of the blood or bone marrow. Continue reading “Vietnam pulls off first hematopoietic stem cells transplantation for unrelated donors”
|A bus attendant is seen giving money to officials at Miền Đông Bus Station on November 4. — Photo: thanhnien.vn|
The world climate conference ended Friday much the way it began two weeks ago — with the Trump administration bolstering legacy fuels like coal and gas, separating itself from much of the world.
The lone panel sponsored by the U.S. government was interrupted by singing and chanting protesters, who said support for coal power went against the thrust of talks centered on promoting renewable energy and 21st century technology.
The result was a fundamental disconnect at the gathering in Bonn, Germany. Continue reading “Climate talks close with Trump administration on one track, world on another”
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Agriculture and Rural development
• Farmers’ Perceptions of and Adaptations to Climate Change in Southeast Asia: The Case Study from Thailand and Vietnam.
• Flex crops or flex livelihoods? The story of a volatile commodity chain in upland northern Vietnam.
• The Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture: Findings from Households in Vietnam.
• Determinants of farmers’ adaptation to climate change in agricultural production in the central region of Vietnam. Continue reading “World Bank – New research on development issues in Vietnam – Volume 9, number 22 (2017 November 17)”
Manila, Philippines – Diego swam across the chilly waters of Lake Lanao in pitch darkness to make it to the opposite shore before first light.
It was August 4, and the young father was fleeing the main battle zone in Marawi, a city on the southern island of Mindanao in the Philippines, where, for three months, he was held hostage by Maute fighters linked to ISIL. Continue reading “‘War crimes’ in fight over Philippines’ Marawi: Amnesty”
Cambodia’s Supreme Court has dissolved the country’s main opposition party, leaving the government with no significant competitor ahead of elections next year.
The Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) is accused of plotting to topple the government – charges it denies, and describes as politically motivated.
More than 100 party members are now banned from politics for five years.
Cambodia’s Prime Minister, Hun Sen, has ruled for 32 years.
The one-time commander in Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge has long been accused of using the courts and security forces to intimidate opponents and crush dissent, but has for years allowed some measure of political opposition to his Cambodian People’s Party. Continue reading “Cambodia top court dissolves main opposition CNRP party”
Upstream Mekong River changes through dam building and water usage could have serious consequences on downstream environments, in particular the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. Considered the rice basket of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta is already at grave risk through climate change sea level rise and intense local development. Mekong Delta citizens are concerned about these risks but and are determined to adapt and survive.
The Mekong has many names.
In China, it is known as the Lancang Jiang, meaning ‘turbulent river’. The Thai and the Lao refer to it as Mae Kong or Mae Nam Kong, meaning ‘mother water’. In the delta, where the river splits into multiple branches, the Vietnamese refer to it as Cuu Long, meaning ‘nine dragons’. Continue reading “Mekong River Facts”