VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign and domestic reporters have travelled to the northwestern province of Dien Bien to inquire into reports of alleged social unrest in the province’s border district of Muong Nhe that appeared in the foreign media earlier this month. During a two-day visit on May 26-27, reporters from AFP, Reuters, Kyodo News, NHK, Xinhua and several domestic press agencies, including Viet Nam Television, had working sessions with provincial leaders and local agencies to receive an update on local developments and efforts to settle the disorder. (more…)
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