Lao traffickers arrested in Dien Bien Border guards in Dien Bien province have arrested two Lao nationals for illegally smuggling drugs. The suspects were identified as Ly A Sua, 42, and Hua A Cho, 31, residing in Phongsali district, Laos. Accordingly, at 22:00, the police caught them red-handed. These men were in possession of 6,000 pills of synthetic drugs, 3 kg of opium, and other exhibits which has now been seized by the authority. The arrested admitted they transported the drugs from Laos into Vietnam for consumption. Further investigation into the case is underway. Steel flyover helps ease traffic congestion at Tan Son Nhat airport area The final arm of steel flyover at the Nguyen Thai Son-Nguyen Kiem intersection in Go Vap district, HCM City was opened to traffic on January 18. steel flyover helps ease traffic congestion at tan son nhat airport area hinh 0 With a total investment capital of VND504 billion, the steel N-shape bridge is one of the six major traffic … [Read more...] about Social News 20/1
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Getty Images There’s a new NFL boogedyman. As explained by ESPN’s would-be Woodward and Bernstein, difficulty in obtaining insurance could (gravely ominous organ music please) destroy . . . the . . . sport. “From the NFL to rec leagues, football is facing a stark, new threat,” the article begins, “an evaporating insurance market that is fundamentally altering the economics of the sport, squeezing and even killing off programs faced with higher costs and a scarcity of available coverage, an Outside the Lines investigation has found.” Buried in the story is the fact that hockey and soccer face the same issue. But there’s no glory or fame in throwing a spear at the underbelly of those sports. Indeed, Woodward and Bernstein didn’t become Woodward and Bernstein by targeting offices lower than the highest in the land. “Organized sports, like most endeavors involving risk, can’t exist without insurance,” they write. But … [Read more...] about Insurance is the new existential threat to football, supposedly
0 of 30 Elise Amendola/Associated Press The NBA trade market closes at 3 p.m. ET Feb. 7. That might sound like it's still a ways off, but most clubs should have a good feel for their approach already. To be certain, those approaches can change in an instant. The trade pool is as fluid as its name suggests, and clubs must be prepared to operate under those conditions. Plus, teams might find themselves in situations in which buying, selling or standing pat could all make sense under different circumstances. In other words, these suggestions aren't necessarily absolute. And they certainly aren't set in stone. But with roughly a half-season of data at our disposal, we can help determine which clubs should be looking to add, subtract or maintain the status quo. 1 of 30 The Hawks have mastered at least one aspect of their rebuild: Their three most important players are also their youngest. The future runs through 20-year-olds Trae Young and Kevin Huerter and 21-year-old John … [Read more...] about Buy, Sell, Hold: What Should Your NBA Team Do at This Year’s Trade Deadline?
Firms promote Vietnamese handicrafts in Italy Nearly 40 Vietnamese firms are introducing their handicraft products like rattan, brocade and earthware items at the 2018 L'Artigiano in Fiera in Milan, Italy. The 23rd edition of the L’ Artigiano in Fiera takes place from December 1-9. It is an international industry event that’s been celebrating artisans across the world and their creations for more than 20 years. The event is also a rendezvous for Vietnamese handicraft businesses to promote their goods, such as rattan and bamboo products, brocades to international customers in recent years. In addition, Vietnam’s conical hat is featured in the fair’s promotional video this year. Trade Counsellor of the Vietnamese Embassy in Italy Nguyen Duc Thanh said the L'Artigiano in Fiera offers opportunities for Vietnamese firms to promote their products and study market demand, as well as learn experiences in production and design to meet the demand of consumers … [Read more...] about BUSINESS NEWS IN BRIEF 11/12
FanSided spoke with DriverX star Patrick Fabian about the heartbreaking scene where Leonard sells his treasured music collection for pennies on the dollar. Art truly imitates life, as FanSided learned that the chilling moment where DriverX’s Leonard Moore is offered $850 dollars for his lifetime record collection he thought would easily be worth $15,000 actually happened in real life to actor Patrick Fabian. He recalled the dark moment where his prized music collection that he’d been building up since his youth were called “coasters” at the desk counter. A collection he’d seen as a reflection of who a person truly is on the inside, just like a traditional book library. Fabian told FanSided his thoughts on the modern gig economy, the loss of possessing physical albums in the digital world and enjoying transforming into the film’s lead Leonard. A character that’s not necessarily in-control, a noticeable contrast to Better Call Saul’s … [Read more...] about Patrick Fabian talks DriverX, ride-share and his real-life music collection