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​Ring busted for Da Lat-Saigon motorbike thefts

An illegal ring of thieves has been broken up after carrying out multiple thefts in which they stole motorbikes in Da Lat, a popular tourist destination in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, and sold them in Ho Chi Minh City. Police in Da Lat City, Lam Dong Province on Tuesday began legal proceedings against five suspects who are members of the motorbike theft gang. The criminals previously admitted to carrying out over 20 thefts, but officers believe the number was higher. According to initial information, Phung Duc Phong, 32, and Vu Thai Hung, 33, were the masterminds behind the illicit operation. Hung was previously put behind bars for three convictions of theft and robbery and finished his jail term in October 2016. In August 2017, Hung and Phong began the robberies, hiring Nguyen Duc Tien, 23, Vo Nguyen Tuan Anh, 36, and Le Thanh Thai, 23. They also recruited three other men named Sau, Hieu, and Long, who are still at large. Officers confiscate a stolen motorbike in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Tuoi Tre Phong and Hung were in charge of stealing the vehicles in Da Lat, while the other members were tasked with riding the stolen motorbikes to Ho Chi Minh City. The ring leaders promised to pay their subordinates VND1.5 million (US$66) for each motorcycle that was safely transported from Da Lat to the southern metropolis. The vehicles were then sold in Ho Chi Minh City or brought to Cambodia for distribution. The gang members reside in Ho Chi… [Read full story]

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Fight against petrol smuggling gains speed in 2018

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh speaks at a meeting of the National Steering Committee for combating smuggling, trade frauds, and counterfeits on January 29 (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The National Steering Committee for combating smuggling, trade fraud, and counterfeits has said it will step up inspections and fight against petrol and oil smuggling and trade fraud in 2018. The committee announced the outcomes of the combat against smuggling, trade fraud, and counterfeits at a press conference on January 31. Dam Thanh The, Office Manager of the committee, said aside from petrol and oil, wood, minerals, wild animals and plants, waste, scrap, and used electronic, refrigeration, and household appliances are among the most smuggled goods. Most of them were trafficked to northern port Hai Phong city, central Da Nang city, southern Dong Nai province, and Ho Chi Minh City. Smuggling was mainly bustling in border areas of the provinces of Lao Cai, Cao Bang, Lang Son, Quang Ninh, Quang Binh, Ha Tinh, Quang Tri, An Giang, and Kien Giang. However, smuggling activities in Lang Son, Quang Ninh and Lao Cai which border China have shown signs of decline as many items of commodities which used to be smuggled have been allowed to import via the border gates. Meanwhile, cigarette smuggling along the south-western borderline with Cambodia remains complicated, The said, adding it is popular that big volume of cigarettes, from 10,000 to 40,000 packs, are trafficked by coaches, trucks and boats. He attributed the problem to obstacles to criminal proceedings… [Read full story]

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National Commission for UNESCO helps improve Vietnam’s image internationally

Since its establishment 40 years ago, the Vietnam National Commission for UNESCO has been a key player in enhancing cooperation between Vietnam and UNESCO. It has coordinated activities to help Vietnam obtain UNESCO’s technical and financial support and has made cultural diplomacy one of Vietnam’s key foreign policies. Cultural link Last year the Commission organized several big events, such as a 40th founding anniversary celebration, 30 years of a UNESCO resolution honoring President Ho Chi Minh, and an electoral campaign for the post of UNESCO General Director. Vietnam won UNESCO recognition as an intangible cultural heritage for Xoan Singing in Phu Tho province and Bai Choi Singing in Vietnam’s central region, raising the number of world intangible cultural heritages in Vietnam to 12. Ha Ke San, Vice Chairman of Phu Tho province’s People’s Committee, said: “UNESCO’s recognition of Xoan Singing has motivated the community to protect and promote heritage values. We have worked with Xoan artists to revitalize the traditional folk genre through performances and training classes for young people.” Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh praised efforts to boost cultural diplomacy: “The Vietnam National Commission for UNESCO has excelled in promoting Vietnam’s history, culture, and people to the world and helped increase Vietnam’s soft power internationally. Their activities have inspired national pride, patriotism, a desire to soar to a brighter future, and a determination to gain greater results in socio-economy, science and technology, and cultural preservation.” Foreign friends introduced to Vietnam values A resolution of the… [Read full story]

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GoBear to add software team in Vietnam

GoBear will set up a new regional software development team in Ho Chi Minh City next month (Photo: sggp.org.vn) HCM City (VNA) – Asian online insurance and financial products comparison site GoBear will set up a new regional software development team in Ho Chi Minh City next month. The unit will be responsible for building the company’s next generation application code. This includes branching out into newer technologies like microservices, serverless code execution, schemaless databases, AI and in-memory grid computing.   “In line with our strategy to continuously improve our product offering, we are expanding our in-house software development team,” Ivonne Bojoh, CXO & co-founder of GoBear, said. “The expansion of this team is an integral part of our continuous growth and the need to ensure our platform achieves optimal performance while developing new technologies for our business. “Vietnam was chosen for various reasons to set up our primary team. The fact that software development is an encouraged sector in Vietnam reflects the country’s potential and ambition to further strengthen its tech community.” True to the start-up culture of GoBear, the unit will be located in a co-working space, The Hive Saigon in District 2.-VNA

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Emergency cases double at Hanoi hospitals as football fever takes grip

Vietnam made history by finishing as the runner-up at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U23 Championship on January 27. They lost 2-1 to Uzbekistan but still managed to go further at the tournament than any other Southeast Asian team in history, sending the entire country into euphoria. But the outpouring of emotion ended in tears in some cases. Hanoi’s Health Department said that dozens of football fans were hospitalized with injuries on January 27-28. The 115 Emergency Center in Hanoi said it received 120% more emergency cases on January 28, when the city welcomed the Vietnamese team back from China with a parade running over 30 kilometers from Noi Bai Airport. AFP described the reception as a “rock-star welcome”. Nguyen Thanh, director of the center, said one young man had fallen from the roof of a car while cheering for the team. After the game on January 27, one man wearing a Vietnam shirt was admitted with a broken hip and head injuries, prompting doctors to search for his family via Facebook. Vietnamese football fans have been walking on air over the past two weeks in the wake of their team’s success at the tournament. The young underdogs overcame Australia 1-0 in the group stage, and then went on to defeat Iraq in the quarterfinals. On January 23, after the team beat Qatar in the semifinals, the 115 Center admitted around 140 patients, up 150% compared to normal days. Most of them were caught up in road accidents as fans stormed the streets…. [Read full story]

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Government allocates rice to residents in four provinces

He ordered the Ministry of Finance to allocate over 1,400 tonnes of rice from the national reserves for needy residents in those localities.Accordingly, the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang will receive 340.5 tonnes of rice while the amount for the northern mountainous province of Bac Kan, the central province of Thanh Hoa and the south central province of Phu Yen are 99.2 tonnes, 677.6 tonnes and 302.3 tonnes, respectively.The provincial People’s Committees of the provinces are required to ensure timely rice distribution to the targeted residents.

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Nha Trang beach likely have more set space, rules for hotels

The government of Nha Trang will submit a proposal to the provincial authority regarding regulations on the provision of beachside umbrellas by hotels and the formation of public sports and recreational areas along the beach. According to Nguyen Sy Khanh, vice-chairman of the Nha Trang People’s Committee, the proposal prioritizes space, onshore and offshore, for tourists and locals. Nha Trang is the capital city of Khanh Hoa Province, located in south-central Vietnam. The four-kilometer-long seafront section stretching from the Khanh Hoa People’s Committee building to the Ana Mandara hotel will be refashioned, with only four- or five-star hotels permitted to place chairs and parasols here. The former are allowed 12 umbrellas and 24 chairs, whilst the latter 15 umbrellas and 30 chairs. Other hotels in the scope will be required to arrange such pieces of equipment in designated areas. Parasols and chairs must be uniform in design, color and pattern to ensure visual harmony; and hotels are required to daily remove the equipment after 5:00 pm. They will also be prohibited from marking their borders with flags. Like us on Facebook  or  follow us on Twitter  to get the latest news about Vietnam!

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Party chief pays tribute to late leaders on Party founding anniversary

The deceased leaders are former General Secretary of the CPV Nguyen Van Linh, former President of the State Council Vo Chi Cong, and former Prime Minister Vo Van Kiet.He also paid tribute to former Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Vo Tran Chi, and Labour Hero and People’s Doctor, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thien Thanh. He applauded significant contributions of the late leaders and intellectuals in HCM City to the country’s revolutionary cause, describing them as bright examples for officials, Party members and next generations to follow.On this occasion, he visited and presented Tet gifts to Heroic Vietnamese Mother Ho Thi Ha in ward 5, Binh Thanh district, HCM City, and the family of Hero of the People’s Armed Forces Tran Van Lai. The Party chief and his encourage also visited a tunnel built by Hero Lai to store weapons of Biet dong Saigon (Saigon Commandos) during Tet Offensive in Spring 1968 in ward 5, district 3.

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Sydney seaplane crash: Sharp turn ‘inexplicable’, operator says

A seaplane was not following an authorised route when it plunged into a river north of Sydney, killing six people, the flight operator says.Five members of a British family and a Canadian pilot died in the incident on 31 December. There were no survivors. A preliminary report, released on Wednesday, did not draw any conclusions about why the plane had crashed. But Sydney Seaplanes described events moments before the crash as “totally inexplicable”. The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) report said the DHC-2 Beaver had made a steep right turn before diving nose-first into the Hawkesbury River at Jerusalem Bay, about 50km (30 miles) from the city. “The key question arising from the report is why the plane crashed approximately half way down Jerusalem Bay… the plane simply should not have been where it was,” said Sydney Seaplanes chief executive Aaron Shaw. Among the victims was Richard Cousins, the chief executive of FTSE 100 catering company Compass Group. Mr Cousins, 58, died alongside his 48-year-old fiancée, magazine editor Emma Bowden, her 11-year-old daughter Heather and his sons, Edward, 23, and William, 25, and pilot Gareth Morgan, 44. The ATSB said it was investigating why Mr Morgan had flown in that direction. Mr Nagy said investigators were exploring whether the sudden turn was “an attempt to turn around or whether it was a planned turn”. Mr Morgan and the family from Tooting, in south-west London, had been flying back to Sydney from a waterfront restaurant near the crash site. Cause remains… [Read full story]

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Grand meeting in Ho Chi Minh City marks 1968 Tet Offensive

Frost covers Mau Son Mountain due to cold

Data from the National Center for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting shows the temperature in the mountain at 6am today to be minus 1.6 degrees Celsius. This is the second time the north has been hit by extreme cold weather this winter. The first extreme cold weather was reported in early January. The centre says the cold spell has caused a sharp drop of temperature in the region. The temperatures are some 8-10 degrees Celsius in delta provinces, 4-7 degrees Celsius in the mountainous provinces and below three degrees Celsius in the high mountainous areas. Light rains are predicted in Hà Nội. The extreme weather is predicted to last until February 5. Frost is likely to appear in several high mountainous areas, including Pha Đin Pass in Điện Biên Province and Fansifan in Lào Cao Province from Tuesday. Cold weather disrupts life Due to the extreme cold weather, kindergarten and primary schools’ students have to be absent from their schools and local residents have to take all prompt measures to keep warm for their poultry and animals. As regulations, kindergarten and primary school students are allowed to take a day off if the temperature drops below 10 degrees Celsius. In Lang Sơn Province, Tô Minh Đức, principal of Mẫu Sơn Primary School, said he had asked students to be at home since Monday until the temperature increased. The provincial Agriculture and Rural Development Department estimated that more than 160,000 animals and four million poultry were coping with the cold. Lê Thanh Nhàn, head… [Read full story]

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