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La Seine là một bài hát trong phim Quái vật ở Paris.

Quái vật ở Paris (tiếng Pháp: Un monstre à Paris, tiếng Anh: A monster in Paris) là phim hoạt hình do Pháp sản xuất vào năm 2011, thuộc thể loại phiêu lưu – kỳ ảo – khoa học viễn tưởng – hài kịch – ca nhạc, với hai ngôn ngữ: tiếng Pháp và tiếng Anh.

Bộ phim dựa theo cuốn tiểu thuyết kinh điển Bóng ma trong nhà hát – The Phantom of the Opera của nhà văn Pháp Gaston Leroux. Đọc tiếp Seine

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Thỉnh thoảng chúng ta thấy nhiều người đi tù vì giết người, trộm cắp, tham nhũng, thụt két nhà nước, ăn cắp tài sản công… Và ta thấy tội nghiệp: Sao những người này ngu thế nhỉ? Bằng cấp, danh vọng, chức vụ, tài sản có đủ cả, và đang đứng trên đỉnh thế giới, thế mà làm những chuyện  ngu dốt để đi tù là sao?

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U.S. to block cotton, tomato imports from China’s Xinjiang over Uighur forced labour

By David Lawder Reuters Posted September 9, 2020 12:55 am
Updated September 9, 2020 12:56 am


U.S. impose sanctions on senior Chinese official over alleged Uighur rights abuse

The Trump administration announcement of the actions, initially expected on Tuesday, has been put off until later this week because of “scheduling issues,” a CBP spokesman said.

READ MORE: China vows to respond as U.S. sanctions 11 companies over Uighur abuse complaints

The cotton and tomato bans along with five other import bans over alleged Xinjiang forced-labor abuses would be an unprecedented move by CBP and likely stoke tensions between the world’s two largest economies.

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Mastermind of “corpse-in-concrete” case sentenced to death

Phạm Thị Thiên Hà (centre) in court on Friday morning. — Photo dantri.com.vn

Update: July, 03/2020 – 16:19|vietnamnews

BÌNH DƯƠNG — A woman who murdered two men and encased their bodies in concrete has been sentenced to death.

Phạm Thị Thiên Hà followed a controversial religious cult but took its practices to extreme measures, insisting members fasted for up to two weeks at a time and cut all ties with their families.

When one of her cult members tried to escape, Hà and others murdered him and buried his body in concrete.

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China’s belt and road: from Malaysia to Philippines, Asean projects face roadblocks

  • Chinese firms have since 2013 signed deals with Asean nations to build projects such as railways, bridges, dams and special economic zones.
  • But many have been slow to start, with negotiations over loan amounts, environmental concerns and corruption causing years-long delays

Murray Hiebert

Murray Hiebert

Published: 1:30pm, 8 Sep, 2020 SCMP

Workers from the China Communications Constructions Company at the construction site of the East Coast Rail Link project in Malaysia. Photo: AFP
Workers from the China Communications Constructions Company at the construction site of the East Coast Rail Link project in Malaysia. Photo: AFP

Barrels of ink have been spent on hyping up the Belt and Road Initiative, which Beijing launched with great fanfare in 2013. But in the intervening years, the programme has faced a raft of challenges as it sought to move across China’s southern border into Southeast Asia.

The RWR Advisory Group in Washington, which monitors belt-and-road projects around the world, estimates that China has started work on or completed projects totalling US$200 billion in Southeast Asia in the five years beginning in 2013. But that number seems inflated to someone who has visited most of the countries in recent years.

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