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Woman investigated after cross-border infant trafficking case

Police in Ky Son District, in the central province of Nghe An, on Monday started criminal proceedings against a 32-year-old woman for allegedly sending pregnant women to China to sell their newborn babies.

Nha Trang City’s deputy chairman investigated

Police of central Khanh Hoa Province yesterday started criminal proceedings against Le Huy Toan, deputy chairman of Nha Trang City’s People’s Committee, for lacking responsibilities and causing serious consequences related to ...

Doctor, medical employee assaults investigated

 VietNamNet Bridge – Police of Dong Hoi City in the central province of Quang Binh have launched an official investigation into an assault on a doctor at a city hospital.

Bad water might be cause of kidney calamity: experts

 VietNamNet Bridge – The level of fluoride residue found in water used for kidney dialysis in Hoa Binh General Hospital, where eight patients died recently, was high enough to cause fatalities, 

Journalist investigated for abuse of office

Northern Yen Bai City Police began prosecuting Le Duy Phong, who is responsible for readers’ feedback of online Viet Nam Education’s, on Sunday for abuse of office and appropriation of property, 

Brazil finds problems in samples from meat plants being investigated

Brazil's Agriculture Ministry said on Thursday it had found salmonella and staphylococci in eight of the 302 samples of meat-based products collected from the 21 meat processing plants being investigated in a corruption probe.

Local authority confirms forest destruction in Quang Tri

 VietNamNet Bridge – The agriculture sector of the central Quang Tri Province on Monday (Aug 8) confirmed deforestation of a protected forest in Vinh Linh District.

Flight delays to be investigated

 VietNamNet Bridge – Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang has urged the Civil Aviation Administration of Viet Nam (CAAV) to find out why there have been so many cancelled and delayed flights this year. The incidents are reportedly on the rise.