09 July, 2012

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TTX Pháp AFP: Vietnamese activists hold anti-China rally http://news.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne%2BNews/Asia/Story/A1Story20120708-357912.html

AFP Sunday, Jul 08, 2012

HANOI — More than 200 protesters took to Hanoi's streets on Sunday in the second anti-China rally in the Vietnamese capital this month amid heightened territorial tensions over the South China Sea.

Demonstrators said they were stopped by security forces about 100 metres away from the Chinese embassy in the city, but no arrests were made in the latest public expression of discontent over Beijing's perceived aggression in the sea. The crowd waved banners and chanted "Paracel -- Vietnam! Spratlys -- Vietnam!" during the peaceful rally, in reference to two potentially oil-rich island chains claimed by both Beijing and Hanoi.


Báo Anh Telegraph: Anti-Chinese protests in Vietnam as South China Sea tensions rise http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/vietnam/9384845/Anti-Chinese-protests-in-Vietnam-as-South-China-Sea-tensions-rise.html#disqus_thread

Around 200 protesters marched through the centre of Hanoi on Sunday waving banners and chanting "Paracels-Vietnam, Spratlys-Vietnam". Although security forces blocked the demonstration when it came within 300 feet of the Chinese embassy, the fact that the protest was allowed to go ahead in authoritarian Vietnam indicates how relations between Hanoi and Beijing have deteriorated dramatically in recent weeks.


TTX Nhật Kyodo: Anti-China demonstration in Vietnam http://english.kyodonews.jp/photos/2012/07/168303.html

People stage a demonstration in Hanoi on July 8, 2012, protesting against China over disputed territory in the South China Sea.

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