Vietnamese protesters demonstrate against Taiwanese conglomerate Formosa during a rally in downtown Hanoi on May 1, 2016. 
Around a thousand people poured into Vietnam's two major cities Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to protest against Taiwan's Formosa, which operates a steel plant which they claim is causing mass fish kills due to pollution in Vietnam's central coast.  (Photo: HOANG DINH NAM/AFP/Getty Images) Facebook appears to have been blocked in Vietnam as a part of a government-imposed crackdown on social media, amid public protests over an environmental disaster attributed to toxic discharges from a steel complex built by Taiwan’s Formosa Plastics. Dissidents are blaming wastewater from the steel plant for a mass fish death at aquatic farms and in waters off the country’s… Read More

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