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News In Brief

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung has asked the central bank to effectuate a policy on paying salary via bank accounts for civil servants in the country. (TTXVN)

Over 100 Japanese passengers who survived the nuclear bomb catastrophe in Hiroshima and Nagasaki cities 63 years ago will visit Danang City on the Peace Boat tomorrow with some charitable activities to help poor children and dioxin victims in the city. (NLD)

Vị trí đặt quảng cáoThe People’s Court in HCMC on Wednesday imposed a fine of VND30 million on Hee Jung Jang, an officer of Pung Kook Saigon Co. in HCMC’s District 7, on charges of smuggling.

Some 13 fishing boats capsized and four people remained missing off the southernmost province of Camau due to rains and storms over the past few days.

Hundreds of families in HCMC’s District 10 ran short of water on Wednesday as a water pipeline at the corner of Su Van Hanh and Ba Thang Hai Street was broken. (TT)

Law enforcement officers in the central province of Quang Tri have destroyed nearly two million packs of smuggled cigarettes this year. (TBKTVN)

The People’s Court in HCMC’s District 3 on Wednesday sentenced a couple to two years in jail each on charges of tax invasion of nearly VND1 billion.

Customs officers of Tan Son Nhat International Airport in HCMC uncovered a child’s dead body in a passenger’s suitcase on Wednesday. (TN)

A brewery on Nguyen Khac Hieu Street in Hanoi’s Ba Dinh District was found to illegally discharge wastewater into the Truc Bach Lake on Tuesday. (Tin Tuc)

Artist Kim Cuong has decided to file a complaint against Thuy Nga Paris Productions, an overseas Vietnamese music and media company in the U.S., for copyright infringement of the La sau rieng (Durian leaf) theater play.

Over 1,000 workers of the Taiwan-owned Valley View garment company in An Don Industrial Park in Danang City staged a go-slow yesterday morning over pay disputes.

Rains and floods over the past few days caused a damage of around VND3 billion to residents in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong. (12G)

The Ministry of Public Security has started an investigation into the alleged bribery case at the East-West Highway project. (PL)

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