Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI - Four garbage trucks that were driven in the BRT lane on Hà Đông District's Tố Hữu Street on Tuesday have been identified. This was stated by the Hà Nội traffic police division on Wednesday. The trucks are under the management of the Hà Đông Urban Environment Joint Stock Company, which is headquartered on the street, Lieutenant Colonel Đỗ Mạnh Ninh, captain of traffic police team No 7, said. The truck drivers have been asked to come to the police's headquarters for questioning, he said. A video clip posted on social media on Tuesday shows four garbage trucks, one behind the other, using the BRT lane in the Hà Đông-Tô Hiệu direction and then turning to Khuất Duy Tiến Street. Two out of four drivers were identified by Nguyễn Viết Bính, vice director of the company, as Đỗ Mạnh Cường and Phong. The trucks were being driven towards the Nam Sơn landfill in Sóc Sơn District, he said. Cars drivers that use dedicated BRT lanes will receive fines of VNĐ300-400,000 … [Read more...] about Garbage trucks drivers to be fined for violation
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Samsung has officially rejected rumours of methane leaking from the Samsung Thai Nguyen industrial complex in Thai Nguyen Province. Over the last weekend, images and video clips uploaded on social media have shown gas leaking from the complex, which employs 50,000 workers. Social media reported that at around 5.45pm last Thursday (April 9), a number of workers saw a waft of yellow smoke emanate from a workshop, followed by a burst of flames. The workers then yelled to each other to run away. An online newspaper quoted a janitor working in the complex as allegedly saying that she saw the flames flaring up and heard workers call out to each other to escape. The janitor was also reported to have said there were many ambulances present on the scene at the time. Some social media outlets reported that the gas in question was methane, which is hazardous to human health. Some even reported a methane gas explosion. Nongnghiep.vn contacted the provincial labour department to inquire … [Read more...] about Samsung rejects toxic gas leak rumours in Thai Nguyen
Danang allows cruise ships gambling in port The decision will be implemented as from mid-January, said Tran Chi Cuong, vice director of the Danang municipal Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism. SuperStar Libra Cruise Ship of Star Cruises will be the first ship to follow the new rule. Danang received more than 1.268 million foreign tourists in 2015, a year-on-year increase of 34%, including more than 5,000 foreign sea travellers. It is expected to welcome more than 100,000 passengers on board of 110 cruise ships this year. Three Lao drug traffickers arrested in Quang Tri Police and border guards in Lao Bao international border gate in Quang Tri Province on January 7 caught three Laotians in the act of illegally transporting 900 pills of synthetic drugs. The arrested are 41-year-old Xun Thoong Bun Pha Voong, 49-year-old Pam Phen and 49-year-old Kham La, all reside in Laos’ Savannakhet Province. 529 pills of synthetic drugs were found tightening behind the knee of Pha … [Read more...] about Social News 9/1
The tragic outlook for numbers of casualities rose sharply as authorities estimated 200,000 dead in the quake-ravaged heart of Haiti. As doctors were pleading for help and scattered looting erupted, the world pledged more money, food, medicine and police. Some 2,000 U.S. Marines steamed into nearby waters. And ex-president Bill Clinton, special U.N. envoy, flew in to offer support. Six days after the earthquake struck, search teams still pulled buried survivors from the ruins. But hour by hour the unmet needs of hundreds of thousands grew. Overwhelmed surgeons appealed for anesthetics, scalpels, saws for cutting off crushed limbs. Uncounted thousands of survivors sought to cram onto buses headed out of town. In downtown streets, others begged for basics. "Have we been abandoned? Where is the food?" shouted one man, Jean Michel Jeantet. The U.N. World Food Program (WFP) said it expected to boost operations from feeding 67,000 people on Sunday to 97,000 on Monday. But it needs 100 … [Read more...] about Help steps up, but so does scale of Haiti tragedy
The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 highlights a fact long known to those watching the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine: You can't expect reliable information about it from officials or media, whether Russian, Ukrainian or Western. As a result, relatives of people killed on the plane must now subsist on a familiar diet of rumors and falsehoods -- often incredibly callous ones. Just now I have received information that terrorists – death-hunters were collecting not only cash money and jewelry of the crashed Boing died passengers but also the credit cards of the victims. Currently they might as well try to use them in Ukraine or pass them on to Russia. My humble request to the relatives of the victims to freeze their credit cards, so that they won’t loose their assets to terrorists! Mainstream Ukrainian media immediately picked up the allegation and spread it as straight news. "The Russian mercenaries are openly looting the crash site of the Malaysian Boeing: … [Read more...] about Flight MH17 victims’ bodies were looted. Or maybe not.