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  • Anti-Terrorism Campaigns and the Criminalization of Public Non-Conformity
  • Anchorwoman Brain Fart : Stuff I Stole From The Internet.
  • New Zealand judge orders US to hand over Megaupload documents
  • Plot: The story follows Dusty, a yoga instructor from Colorado, who is on a desperate rescue mission to save her crazy brother Derek, a conspiracy theorist who is convinced Osama bin Laden is still alive, despite having been buried at sea. In Afghanistan, Dusty falls in with a team of NATO special forces on a secret assignment. Turns out Derek is not so crazy after all, and that Osama has returned from his watery grave and is making an army of zombie terrorists. When the group crashes headlong into the growing zombie apocalypse, Dusty and the troops must find and destroy the root of the zombie insurgency before it infests the rest of the world.
  • Most important, the cache dispels the myth that Dick Fuld, chief executive officer of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., and his close associates were unaware of the risks their business faced in 2007 and 2008. That would be bad enough, but the more devastating reality is that Fuld and his sycophants were warned repeatedly but were blinded by their hubris.
  • The People’s Court of Vinh Yen Town of Vinh Phuc province on April 11 made the verdict on the labor dispute between engineer Le Van Tach and Toyota Vietnam. The jury said that Tach is unlawful to protest Toyota Vietnam’s labor regulations, which was compiled under the Vietnam law. Tach did know about the regulations when he joined Toyota Vietnam but he did not have any idea at that time. Therefore, Thach’s claim is groundless.
  • Food and beverage companies in Vietnam are seeking government permission to import a total of 268,000 tons of sugar even though local stockpiles of the sweetener are growing. The companies, including Coca Cola, Friesland Campina and Vinacafe, plan to import between 14,000 and 25,000 tons of sugar each, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
  • Vietnam is facing a double problem as the rate of children under five suffering malnutrition remains high while the rate of obesity in kids is on the rise, according to a survey announced Wednesday.
  • A code of Conduct governing the South China Sea remains only an eventual prospect, Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday, despite it dominating discussions during this weeks ASEAN Summit. . From the beginning of Mondays Foreign Ministers Meeting, the question of Chinas potential involvement in the drafting of a COC for the disputed body of water hung in the air
  • The inter-bank rates in Vietnamese dong fell from Mar. 19-23, according to the State Bank of Vietnam . For one month and two month loans, the rates dropped by 0.47 percent and 0.82 percent, respectively. The rate for a 24 hour loan reduced by 1.01 percent and for a three week loan the rate reduced by as much as 2.11 percent. For transactions in US dollars, the rates for loans of less than one month tended to rise, with increases ranging from 0.11 percent for two-week loans to 0.50 percent for one month loans.
  • Vietnamese and French scientists discussed the impacts of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin on Vietnamese victims in A Luoi district in the central province of Thua Thien-Hue , at a forum recently held in Paris .
  • HCM City has always created the best possible conditions for religious followers, including Muslims, so they can join in public activities for the development of the city and the country.
  • VN asks for more assistance from WHO
  • Hard to fins any Gov run biz in Vietnam dont have huge debts who benefit from this ?
  • Pedal along the backroads Cong Thanh Pillars of strength: Tourists stop at King Khai Dinh Tomb in Hue. Hue to go: Travellers ride along Hue backroads. Biking through Viet Nam's central coastal provinces on backroads is an interesting way to explore beautiful landscapes and traditional life during the summer holidays.
  • Viet Nam is currently in the process of developing a "green" gross domestic product (GDP) index which is expected to be ready for use in 2014.
  • Father chains up son over gaming activities.
  • Omniscan and GE Healthcare's Sinister Libel Suit.
  • Bui Trung Dung, deputy director of the national department of construction appraisal under the Ministry of Construction, has said that Tranh River Hydropower Plant has mistakes in design, construction, supervision and operation.
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