VOV.VN - A foreign Ministry spokesperson on July 2 voiced Vietnam’s concerns over the tense situation in Hong Kong following China’s endorsement of its security bill and hoped the situation would be stabilized soon.
VOV.VN -A number of Vietnamese airlines have cancelled their flights to Hong Kong (China) following a rally held by thousands of protesters at the city’s international airport.
Vietnam strongly protests inhuman treatment and the use of force or threat to use force against Vietnamese fishermen, said the Foreign Ministry’s Consular Department.
The central city of Da Nang has opposed China’s organisation of an election for the so-called Sansha city in the East Sea.
Migrants protested on a Greek island and rights groups raised legal objections on April 1 three days before a disputed EU deal to return rejected asylum seekers from Greece to Turkey was due to go into action, with neither side completely ready.
Thousands gathered for a second day of protests on August 30 to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak over a multi-million-dollar financial scandal, their spirits lifted by unexpected support from Malaysia's longest-serving leader.
Moroccans went to the polls on November 25 in the country's first parliamentary elections since adopting a new constitution following mass protests over unemployment and corruption.
More than 180 police and protesters were injured on July 3 during demonstrations against a high-speed railway tunnel linking Italy to France.
Hundreds of thousands of people have taken part in anti-government protests across Syria, despite the ongoing crackdown on dissent, reports say.
Demonstrations are expected later in Moroccan cities after reformists said constitutional changes proposed by King Mohammed VI do not go far enough.
Spain is poised to begin voting in regional elections as thousands of young protesters remain camped out in squares across the country.
Thai authorities said on April 29 they would intensify efforts to contain anti-government protests in Bangkok, a day after a soldier was killed in the latest clash of a campaign to force early elections.
Iran will soon execute nine more people in connection with the country's post-election riots, the semiofficial FARS news agency reported on February 2.
Thailand’s cabinet granted approval on January 26 for the military to assist police in dealing with upcoming mass protests by supporters of ousted former premier Thaksin Shinawatra.