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Friday, November 15, 2019
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Government cracks down on wildlife smuggling rings Government cracks down on wildlife smuggling rings
Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh has recently requested the Ministry of Public Security to strengthen the fight against the international illegal transportation of wild animals and wildlife products.
Government steps up fight against wild animal trading Government steps up fight against wild animal trading
The Prime Minister has recently issued a directive on urgent measures to prevent and combat infringements of wildlife protection.
The Ro Mam The Ro Mam
The Ro Mam, one of the three smallest ethnic groups (Brau, O Du and Ro Mam) in Vietnam, live in Sa Thay area bordering on Laos and Cambodia in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.
Vietnams sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Hoang Sa established at least since the 17th century Vietnam’s sovereignty over Hoang Sa and Hoang Sa established at least since the 17th century
With their seaward vision, the Nguyen Lords made great efforts in managing, controlling and establishing sovereignty over Hoang Sa (Paracel) and Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelagoes. The Nguyen Lords have handed down to posterity a strategic task of defending and maintaining the nation’s territorial waters in the East Sea, embracing Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes.
Customs of the Brau Customs of the Brau
The Brau is one of the smallest ethnic groups living in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum with a population of some 400.
The Rmam ethnic minoritys customary laws The “Rmam” ethnic minority's customary laws
Rmam is one of the smallest ethnic groups in Vietnam’s Central Highland with only 227 people (according to the 1989 census figures) who reside in two hamlets: Le and Rmam Ra of Mo Rai commune, Dak To district, Kon Tum province.
Customs and practices of Brau ethnic minority Customs and practices of Brau ethnic minority
Brau is one of the smallest ethnic groups in southern Vietnam with a population of only 231 people (according to the 1989 census’s figure) who reside in Bac Ke hamlet, Bo Y commune, Dak To district, Kon Tum province.

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