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May, 6, 2016

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In Vietnam, protest of Formosa for fish deaths
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday in the Vietnamese capital to protest against a Taiwanese company suspected of involvement in a toxic leak that has hit the fishing industry along the central coast.
 
Before joining U.S. President Barack Obama on his first trip to Vietnam next month, Secretary of State John Kerry will take a day to reflect on his long and complicated history with the Asian country, first as a soldier and later as a war protester and statesman.
 
Around 450 Vietnamese drug addicts have escaped from a rehabilitation center where many were held for compulsory treatment, an official said Thursday.
 
Vietnam's parliament approved Nguyen Xuan Phuc as the communist country's new prime minister Thursday, handing him a five-year term and a range of tough challenges from domestic economic reforms to a simmering maritime dispute with mainland China.
 
Vietnamese PM steps down after 10 years in nation's top office
Vietnam's prime minister stepped down Wednesday after 10 years in office, leaving behind a mixed legacy of promoting failed state enterprises but at the same time attracting foreign investment and daring to challenge China.
 
Two Vietnamese women have tested positive for the Zika virus, the Ministry of Health said Tuesday, the first confirmed cases of the mosquito-transmitted infection in the Southeast Asian country.
 
Police general becomes Vietnam's new president
Lawmakers in communist Vietnam approved a top police general for the role of president Saturday, making the head of a controversial domestic security force one of the country's most high profile politicians.
 
Police general becomes Vietnam's new president
Lawmakers in communist Vietnam approved a top police general for the role of president Saturday, making the head of a controversial domestic security force one of the country's most high profile politicians.
 
A prominent Vietnamese blogger who is a former police officer and the son of a late government minister will be put on trial this week for alleged anti-state postings, his lawyer said Tuesday.
 
Vietnam's southern Mekong Delta, the country's main rice growing region, is experiencing the worst drought and saline intrusion in recent history that has affected more than half a million people, officials said Thursday.
 
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