WASHINGTON — Yuanyuan Zhu was walking to her gym in San Francisco on March 9, thinking the workout could be her last for a while, when she noticed that a man was shouting at her. He was yelling an expletive about China. Then a bus passed, she recalled, and he screamed after it, “Run them over.”
The steel used in beam support pads in HCMC’s first metro line does not meet contracted standards and poses a safety threat, an urban railway source told VnExpress.
An engineer checks the beam supporting pad at an area on the elevated section of HCMC’s first metro line, January 2021. Photo by VnExpress/Pham Quynh.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, the source said the agreement between the city Management Authority for Urban Railways (MAUR) and the contractors, Civil Engineering Construction Corporation No. 6 (Cienco 6) and Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation, requires them to use a certain quality of elastomeric laminated bearings pads, which are reinforced steel plates sandwiched between layers of rubber.
Published Jan. 6, 2021Updated Jan. 7, 2021, 12:01 p.m. ET
WASHINGTON — The mob of Trump supporters pressed through police barricades, broke windows and battered their way with metal poles through entrances to the Capitol. Then, stunningly, they breached the “People’s House” itself, forcing masked police officers to draw their guns to keep the insurgents off the chamber floor.
Hoạt động nhằm lật đổ chính quyền nhân dân, Trần Đức Thạch bị phạt 12 năm tù
Sáng 15-12, Tòa án nhân dân tỉnh Nghệ An xét xử sơ thẩm vụ án hình sự đối với bị cáo Trần Đức Thạch, bị truy tố về tội “Hoạt động nhằm lật đổ chính quyền nhân dân”.
Bị cáo Trần Đức Thạch (SN 1952; thường trú tại xã Diễn Tân, huyện Diễn Châu, tỉnh Nghệ An), là lao động tự do. Trần Đức Thạch từng bị Tòa án nhân dân tối cao xử phạt 3 năm tù về tội “Tuyên truyền chống Nhà nước cộng hòa xã hội chủ nghĩa Việt Nam”.
For the report published earlier this week, American analytics firm Gallup asked nearly 175,000 people in 144 countries and territories via telephone and in person about their “confidence in their local police, their feelings of personal safety, and the incidence of theft and assault or mugging in the past year.”
Báo cáo giải trình, tiếp thu, chỉnh lý dự thảo, Chủ nhiệm UB Pháp luật của Quốc hội Hoàng Thanh Tùng cho biết ý kiến của đa số ĐBQH tán thành với việc cần chuyển đổi sang phương thức quản lý cư trú mới và quy định luật sẽ có hiệu lực thi hành từ ngày 1/7/2021 như đề xuất và cam kết của Chính phủ.
A court in HCMC sentenced 20 people to up to 24 years in jail on Tuesday for their involvement in the bombing of a police station in 2018.
The HCMC People’s Court deemed the bombing a dangerous act that violated national security.
Nguyen Khanh, residing in Dong Nai Province that borders HCMC, that mastermind in the bombing, will serve a 24-year prison sentence for terrorism and illegal manufacturing, possession and purchase of explosives.
The court also imposed a VND10 million ($429) fine per each of 20 defendants, who will have to enter local confinement for three to five years after their release.
Nguyen Khanh after a trial against his directing a police station bombing in HCMC, September 22, 2020. Photo by VnExpress/Huu Khoa.
According to the panel, Khanh was upset over a local land dispute and enticed by 68-year-old Ngo Van Hoang Hung in Canada to join Trieu Dai Viet (Vietnam Dynasty), which opposes the Vietnamese government. Khanh was promised the position of the organization’s chief of Dong Nai Province upon the successful purchase of explosives and recruitment of additional organization members.
Rumors have spread that China may be conducting nuclear tests in violation of zero-yield global agreements. Pictured: A security guard wears a face mask in Skidrow during the coronavirus pandemic on April 20 in Los Angeles, California. COVID-19 has spread to most countries around the world, claiming over 169,000 lives and infecting over 2.4 million people. (Photo: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images/Getty Images)
The world was a dangerous place before—and will be after—the coronavirus pandemic.
While Americans debate the proper ongoing response to the virus and argue over the infection’s origins, nature, and trajectory, they may have tuned out other, often just as scary, news.
An Internet user browses through the Vietnamese government’s Facebook page in Hanoi, Vietnam. In an emailed statement, Facebook confirmed it had reluctantly complied with the government’s request to ‘restrict access to content which it has deemed to be illegal’. — Reuters
HANOI: Facebook’s local servers in Vietnam were taken offline early this year, slowing local traffic to a crawl until it agreed to significantly increase the censorship of “anti-state” posts for local users, two sources at the company told Reuters on April 21.
Ngày 03 tháng 02 năm 2020, Chính phủ đã ban hành Nghị định số 15/2020/NĐ-CP quy định xử phạt vi phạm hành chính trong lĩnh vực bưu chính, viễn thông, tần số vô tuyến điện, công nghệ thông tin và giao dịch điện tử.