VietNamNet Bridge – A tropical depression has just formed in the East Sea and it is moving towards the southern coast of Vietnam. Tonight and tomorrow (November 14), the tropical depression will move rapidly westward at a rate of 20 km per hour and it will be more powerful. (more…)
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