They swam through a river forming as a natural border between China and Vietnam
Police in Belgium and France have arrested 26 suspected people smugglers over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants last year
A large number of poor migrant workers in Ho Chi Minh City have got no plans to return to their hometown for get-togethers during Tet (traditional Vietnamese Lunar New Year,) which is less than two months away.
About 1 million people residing in HCMC are forecast to travel to other regions by buses, trains and airplanes during the the Tet holiday, while some hundreds of thousands of others will use their own motorbikes for traveling during the period.
A large number of migrant laborers in HCMC can’t wait to celebrate Tet with their families back home, but their meager incomes may prevent them from doing so.
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