Monday, August 31, 2015   

Taiwan condemns Vietnam attacks
(05-14 14:49)

Taiwan has condemned violent attacks on Taiwanese businesses in Vietnam, after thousands of rioters looted and torched factories they mistakenly believed were mainland-owned.
The unrest at a Singapore-run industrial park in the south of country comes amid anger over Beijing's recent installation of an oil rig in waters in the South China Sea that are claimed by Hanoi.
Officials in Taipei said at least two Taiwanese businessmen were injured in the attacks. --RTHK   
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