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Can Vietnam carry out archaeology activities in East Sea?While some scientists have urged the government to begin carrying out the archaeology activities in East Sea, others say this is an impossible mission now under Vietnam’s conditions.

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China fishing restrictions in East Sea under fireHainan province recently announced all foreign fishing vessels must obtain its approval to enter waters under its jurisdiction as of January 1, 2014

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US opposes use of force in the East SeaThe US protests against actions that affect freedom, security and maritime safety, as well as the use of force or threat to use force.

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US Congressman condemns China for violating VN`s sovereigntyUS Congressman Eni Faleomavaega has strongly condemned China for violating Vietnam’s sovereignty in the East Sea and called upon the US to make a clear and decisive response to China`s acts.

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More voices condemn China`s illegal actsVietnamese Historian Association criticises China for illegal East Sea acts

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US Congressman condemns China for violating VN`s sovereigntyUS Congressman Eni Faleomavaega has strongly condemned China for violating Vietnam’s sovereignty in the East Sea and called upon the US to make a clear and decisive response to China`s acts.

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Hanoi, Da Nang, HCM City march against China’s illegal actionsIn Hanoi, people gathered in front of the Chinese Embassy on Hoang Dieu Street on Sunday morning. They then marched through the roads of Tran Phu, Dien Bien Phu, Hang Bong to the Hoan Kiem Lake, Trang Tien Road and stopped at the August Revolution Square in front of the Hanoi Opera House.

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Chinnese, Vietnamese FMs hold phone talks on East SeaVietnam`s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh held a phone conversation with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on May 15.

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China`s nine-dotted line: a vague claimChina has made its claim about a nine-dash line that stretches along the coastline of a number of countries in the East Sea, covering up to 80 percent of the sea’s area.

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US administration urged to get tough against ChinaThe US opposes acts of coercion, intimidation and non-diplomacy in resolving territorial disputes.

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Boston Global Forum discusses East Sea-related issuesThe escalating tensions between Japan and China; China and Vietnam; and China and the Philippines threaten regional stability and security.

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Chinese missile ships, minesweepers sent to Vietnamese watersChina has sent missile-bearing vessels and minesweepers to the East Sea to patrol and deter Vietnamese ships as of May 28.

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PM counsels perseverance and peaceful means of defending sovereignty Prime Minister Dung spoke at the Government`s monthly meeting on Thursday, and argued for cooler heads to prevail in Vietnam’s current confrontation with China.

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East Sea fishing continues despite rising tensionDefying aggression from Chinese ships, fishermen in Hoang Sa and Truong Sa are still bringing in daily loads of tuna, squid, mackerel and other high-value seafood. Bui Hoai Nam reports from Da Nang.

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Vietnam has asked the United Nations to take international jurisdiction over the East Sea territorial dispute and put an end to China’s blatant violation of international law and continued provocations in the region.

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Indian Party shows solidarity with Vietnamese peopleThe Communist Party of India (CPI) on May 31 celebrated late President Ho Chi Minh’s 124th birth anniversary with a film tribute to the glorious Dien Bien Phu Victory that ended French colonial rule in Vietnam.

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Japan backs Vietnam’s solution for East Sea issueJapan supports Vietnam`s proposals for deescalating tensions in the East Sea by resolving the dispute through diplomatic dialogue and its ardent opposition to the use of force.

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East Sea: The Prime Minister’s unprecedented tripPM Nguyen Tan Dung last week made an unprecedented trip to the Philippines, where he brought the East Sea issues to the bilateral visit and the World Economic Forum on East Asia 2014.

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East Sea claimants must observe international law: scholarA Vietnamese scholar has underscored the necessity of observing international law to maintain peace and security in the East Sea, a strategically important area that poses latent risk of clashes over territorial sovereignty.

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Firm evidence proves Vietnam’s sovereignty over archipelagoesChina’s recent unilateral acts in the East Sea, particularly its illegal placement of the Haiyang Shiyou-981 oil rig in Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone and continental shelf, seriously violated Vietnam’s sovereignty and international law, threatening peace, stability, security, safety and freedom of navigation in the East Sea.

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Vietnam, China set to discuss East Sea issueVietnam and China will examine ways to resolve the current tensions in the East Sea at their Inter-Governmental Committee meeting slated for June 18.

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To protect the East Sea, Vietnam only has one path to followIt is possible to evacuate a family, a community, or even an entire region. But it is impossible to evacuate a whole country. There is only one path for Vietnamese to follow: being steadfast, staying sober-minded, and mobilizing the whole nation’s intelligence to protect its peaceful life.

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Int’l friends oppose China’s provocation in East SeaHundreds of, Vietnamese nationals, students and international friends marched along the streets of the Swiss capital Bern, on June 21, opposing China’s escalating violations in the East Sea.

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East Sea tensions warned to get out of controlThe international community has expressed deep concern about escalating tensions in the East Sea caused by China, and several scholars even said the situation may get out of control unless a viable solution is introduced.

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VJA statement opposes China’s wrongdoingsThe Vietnam Journalists’ Association (VJA) on June 29 released a statement protesting China’s illegal placement of oil rig Haiyang Shiyou- 981 in Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and continental shelf.

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Germany supports peaceful settlement of East Sea disputeForeign State Secretary Markus Ederer on June 17 voiced Germany’s support for peaceful settlement of disputes in the East Sea in accordance with international law, including the 1982 UN Convention on the Law of the Sea.

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Nguyen Dynasty rescued French vessels in East SeaPrior to 1909, Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes were administrative units of the Nguyen Dynasty, and were strictly organized and managed by the central government.

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Fate of int`l law at stakeChina`s act of locating its oil rig in waters near the Paracels is more than a dispute over sovereignty, it is also a dispute about the international law of the sea.

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Resident evacuation plan afoot as Rammasun nearsAt a meeting of the Central Steering Committee on Flood and Storm Prevention and Control on July 15, Hai directed ministries, agencies and localities to keep a close watch on Rammasun’s developments in the East Sea to come up with effective prevention plans.

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