Vietnam в новостях
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Japanese firm investigated for allegedly bribing Vietnam officials →
Vietnam's Finance Ministry is investigating an allegation that Tenma Corp, a Tokyo-based manufacturer of plastic products, bribed Vietnamese tax investigators, according to local media reports.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Showed How Globalization Broke the World →
And when these animals are then hunted, trapped and taken to markets — in particular in China, Central Africa and Vietnam, where they are sold for food, traditional medicine, potions and pets — they endanger humans, who did not evolve with these viruses.
· Stuart Evers: 'We either look into the gutter or at the upper classes' →
You think maybe we don’t have the same cultural touchpoints – the Vietnam war and so on.
· Listen: Is America Going to Make It? →
I would say that right now is not even the worst time overall for the U.S. in even my lifetime; 1968, I think, still has 2020 beat as the worst year in modern American history, with Martin Luther King Jr. being killed and Bobby Kennedy being killed and a president stepping down and all the tumult of Vietnam too.
The New York Times
· Sam Johnson, Congressman and Former P.O.W., Is Dead at 89 →
Sam Johnson, a former military pilot who suffered torture as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam for nearly seven years, part of that time alongside John McCain, then came home to Texas to serve for 28 years in Congress, died on Wednesday in Plano, Texas.
· Pauline Nguyen: 'I was seven when I began working...that was our training, and it made us who we are' →
My father was a lieutenant in the Vietnam War.
· Rose Byrne: ‘You understand why feminists are furious – we’re still talking about this?’ →
“This is our Vietnam,” says Steinem at one point, trying to impress the seriousness of her cause on a male politician.
· 'Things fall apart': the apocalyptic appeal of WB Yeats's The Second Coming →
As the world is wrenched out of joint by the coronavirus pandemic, many people are turning to poetry for wisdom and consolation, but “The Second Coming” fulfils a different role, as it has done in crisis after crisis, from the Vietnam war to 9/11 to the election of Donald Trump: an opportunity to confront chaos and dread, rather than to escape it.
· Trump wants America looking at the stars as he drags it through the gutter →
Galston, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution thinktank in Washington, watched the 1969 moon landing from a US marine base in Vietnam as war raged.
· Key suspect in UK migrant lorry tragedy held in Germany, say sources →
Post-mortem tests found the victims died from lack of oxygen and overheating, and one sent a poignant text message to her family in Vietnam as she lay dying in the truck.