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Recent fallen-off rubber cushion of metro line No.1 replaced

All the rubber cushions under the contract package will be reviewed in terms of quality and technical standards to ensure the safety for the project.

Vietjet pilots’ licenses seized after plane skidding

The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has suspended two foreign pilots from work and seized their licenses after a Vietjet aircraft skidded off the runway while landing in HCMC yesterday afternoon.

Taking mother’s teachings to heart

One of the most common teaching from mothers all over the world is that you are not supposed to take anything from or talk to a stranger.

Hanoi child assault asked to be investigated

The head of Hanoi People’s Committee on Monday called on the police to investigate allegations a 12-year-old boy was assaulted by a man as he played badminton.

Fusel oil spill at ethanol plant remains unresolved

Experts have warned that if there is no solution to deal with the oil spill, the environment will be polluted and the underground water will be affected.

Three die in murder-suicide in Hanoi

A young man stabbed his girlfriend and her roommate to death before committing suicide in the early hours of Monday in Hanoi’s Cau Giay District.

Safety of reservoirs called into question after plant incident

The concerning situation at Dak Kar Hydropower Plant in the central highlands province of Dak Nong has once again raised alarm on the safety of the region's many small and medium-sized hydropower plants during the rainy season, 

South Carolina: Seven officers shot, suspect in custody

 Seven US law enforcement officers have been shot, one of them fatally, in an incident in South Carolina, officials say.

Five workers exposed to radioactive material at Japan nuclear research facility

 Five workers at a nuclear research facility in east Japan were exposed to radioactive material on Tuesday after a bag that contained it burst, 

Hanoi hospitals to review kidney dialysis process

Health Minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tien on Wednesday met with leaders of Hoa Bình Province People’s Committee and health department regarding an incident that left seven kidney dialysis patients dead.

All 92 on Syria-bound Russian military jet killed in crash, including 60 from Red Army Choir

 A Russian military plane carrying 92 people, including dozens of Red Army Choir singers, dancers and orchestra members, crashed into the Black Sea on its way to Syria on Sunday, killing everyone on board,

Overhead TV camera falls into Olympic Park in latest Games mishap

 An overhead television camera suspended by cables crashed to the ground in the Olympic Park on Monday, injuring seven people including two children, in the latest of a string of mishaps to hit South America's first Games.

Cairns deaths: Eight children found in Australian home

 Eight children have been found dead at a house in Cairns in northern Queensland, say Australian police.

Sydney siege: Hostages held in central Lindt cafe

Several people have been taken hostage by at least one armed man at a Lindt cafe in Sydney, Australia.

Hong Kong protests: Police move on Mong Kok site

Hong Kong police have cleared tents and barricades in the Mong Kok area as part of attempts to rein in the disruption caused by the pro-democracy protests.

Conflict at Samsung factory reported to the PM

In a report to PM Nguyen Tan Dung, Thai Nguyen Province confirmed that the incident that happened at the factory of Samsung on January 9 was ignited by the clash between the workers who went to work late and guards.

Seven die in boat accident in Binh Phuoc Province

Men jailed for master-minding public disorder; Mine explosion kills student in Quang Binh; Four fishermen missing in ship collision; Ministry inquires into pregnancy deaths; Phu Yen police seize smuggled pangolin

50 killed in stampede in central India

 At least 50 people were killed and more than 100 others injured in a stampede in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh Sunday, a senior police official said.

Vietnam Airlines rejects information on aircraft fire

An incident occurred 30 minutes after an aircraft of Vietnam Airlines took off from the Tan Son Nhat International Airport in HCM City but it was not a fire, Mr. Pham Ngoc Minh - CEO of Vietnam Airlines told VietNamNet.

Pregnant woman lies as a protest on the desk of commune chairman

VietNamNet Bridge – Being handcuffed and beaten, a pregnant woman lied on the desk of the chairman of Xuan Thien commune in Tho Xuan district, the central province of Thanh Hoa, as a protest.