HCM City official receives New Zealand guest Politics

HCM City official receives New Zealand guest

Ho Chi Minh City authorities will create favourable conditions for enterprises from New Zealand to invest in and enhance trade cooperation with local firms, especially in education, innovation, development of smart cities, dairy processing, said Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Le Thanh Liem on March 27.
Indonesia air crash: hours of data recovered from black box World

Indonesia air crash: hours of data recovered from black box

Indonesian investigators succeeded in retrieving hours of data from the first black box on Lion Air's Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet, which crashed into the sea off the coast of Karawang in West Java province on October 29, killing 189 people on board.
Indonesia steps up identification of plane crash victims World

Indonesia steps up identification of plane crash victims

Tanjung Priok port has been one of the four centres handling the debris of the Indonesian Lion Air carrier which crashed into the sea off the coast of Karawang in Indonesia’s West Java province on October 29, killing 189 people on board.
More objects related to Lion Air JT610 plane found World

More objects related to Lion Air JT610 plane found

Ship Baruna Jaya I of the Marine Survey Technology of the Indonesia Research and Technology Agency has detected signals from the suspected black box of Lion Air JT610 plane, said head of the agency M. Ilyas on October 31.
Indonesia orders checks on all Boeing 737 Max planes World

Indonesia orders checks on all Boeing 737 Max planes

Indonesian transport minister Budi Karya has ordered local airlines Lion Air and Garuda to inspect their Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplanes in the context that authorities continue investigation and search for victims of Lion Air plane crash on October 29.
Indonesia: Search for Lion Air plane set to last seven days World

Indonesia: Search for Lion Air plane set to last seven days

The search for the Lion Air plane that crashed into sea on October 29 is scheduled to last for seven days, and if there remain unfound victims after this, the search will be extended for another three days, Indonesia’s National Search and Rescue Agency (Basarnas) said on October 30.
Many areas in Indonesia remain isolated World

Many areas in Indonesia remain isolated

Many areas in Indonesia’s Central Sulawesi province remain out of reach as communications system has yet to be restored and road systems were damaged.