Oxygen sharp reduction blamed for fish deaths in Bình Phước
Sharp reduction of oxygen is blamed for the death of over 20 tonnes of fish at Bình Hà 1 Dam’s reservoir in the southern province of Bình Phước’s Đa Kia Commune since Monday.
Bình Dân Hospital in HCM City yesterday (April 26) inaugurated its new urology emergency unit.
Experts identified gender discriminations present in the provisions of the current 2012 Labour Code and discussed effective strategies and interventions during a workshop held in Hà Nội on Thursday.
With the mounting negative reports concerning activities from the controversial religious movement “World Mission Society Church of God” in the north of Việt Nam, the Government’s religion authority has urged for caution and not to equate it with other legitimate Protestant groups with similar names in the country.
Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) International’s undersea cable problem, which occurred at 11.50pm on Monday, was completely fixed on Wednesday at 5.10pm.
The Ministry of Education and Training has permitted more private universities to offer medical courses starting in 2018-19.
Since Monday roads leading to HCM City’s Tân Sơn Nhất airport have clogged by traffic though the four-day weekend extending into Reunification Day (April 30) and Labour Day (May 1) does not begin till Saturday.
Last week the Ministry of Health, allied with health experts and policymakers, called for an increase in the consumption tax on cigarettes. Their proposal was to have a flat-rate duty of VNĐ2,000 or US$.08 on a 20-pack of cigarettes.
A scaffolding collapsed in the central province of Thừa Thiên- Huế leaving 11 construction workers injured on Sunday.
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