Grandmother, three grandchildren murdered The police in the northern province of Quảng Ninh has started legal proceedings in the murders of four people in Phương Nam Ward of Uông Bí City. The deceased included a 61-year-old grandmother, Nguyễn Thị Hát, and three grandchildren aged three, eight and nine. At about 7am on Saturday morning, Vũ Thị Thanh, Hat’s daughter, came back home from working a night shift and found the dead bodies with several wounds. Two of three children are Thanh’s children while the other is her niece. Autopsies by the public security ministry indicate the motive of the killings was robbery. Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc ordered the public security ministry, Quảng Ninh Province’s People’s Committee and relevant agencies to investigate, arrest the murderers and impose on them strict punishments. 12 years in jail for banker The Hà Nội People’s Court on Saturday handed down a 12-year jail term for Huỳnh Thị Bảo Ngọc for “swindling to appropriate properties”. Ngọc, 44, former deputy head of the fund management department of Asia Commercial Joint Stock Bank (ACB), was accused of helping Huỳnh Thị Huyền Như, temporary head of Điện Biên Phủ transaction department of HCM City’s Vietnam Joint Stock Commercial…
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