The government is still working on the list of affected people
Fisherfolk are asked to steer clear of an expanse of around 800 square kilometers for some time
Toxic effluents dumped by Taiwanese-owned steel firm Formosa had caused mass fish deaths in April
The toxic pollution discharged from its steel complex has harmed the livelihoods of more than 200,000 people
He urges government officials not to trade the environment for economic growth or foreign investment
Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Corp. leaders express apologies to the Vietnamese people and government.
Following tests, it has said the toxic substance that is killing fish in neighboring areas has not reached its coast
Its Hanoi office chief had in response to the environmental disaster said “To be honest, we must lose some to win some....
Mass fish deaths have been linked to Formosa's waste discharges but the company refuses to own up to it
Large numbers of dead fish have been washed ashore along the central coast over the last two weeks, and authorities...
Authorities in the south-central province of Quang Nam have ordered a Canadian gold producer to deal with 60 tons of...
Victim's relatives contend the sentence is too lenient considering the brutality of the crime
City officials said contaminants found in the wake of the blasts, including deadly sodium cyanide, pose no risk to the public...
More than 700 tonnes of the deadly chemical sodium cyanide were stored at the Tianjin warehouse that blew up.