Vietnam's President Truong Tan Sang (left) points to damaged fishing boat, which was rammed and then sunk by Chinese vessels, while talking to the boat's owner Huynh Thi Nhu Hoa (right) and her husband Tran Van Von (second right). Photo: Reuters Vietnam's President Truong Tan Sang (left) points to damaged fishing boat, which was rammed and then sunk by Chinese vessels, while talking to the boat's owner Huynh Thi Nhu Hoa (right) and her husband Tran Van Von (second right). Photo: Reuters
Vietnam's President Truong Tan Sang (left) points to damaged fishing boat, which was rammed and then sunk by Chinese vessels, while talking to the boat's owner Huynh Thi Nhu Hoa (right) and her husband Tran Van Von (second right). Photo: Reuters

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Vietnam's President Truong Tan Sang (left) points to damaged fishing boat, which was rammed and then sunk by Chinese vessels, while talking to the boat's owner Huynh Thi Nhu Hoa (right) and her husband Tran Van Von (second right). Photo: Reuters Vietnam's President Truong Tan Sang (left) points to damaged fishing boat, which was rammed and then sunk by Chinese vessels, while talking to the boat's owner Huynh Thi Nhu Hoa (right) and her husband Tran Van Von (second right). Photo: Reuters
Vietnam's President Truong Tan Sang (left) points to damaged fishing boat, which was rammed and then sunk by Chinese vessels, while talking to the boat's owner Huynh Thi Nhu Hoa (right) and her husband Tran Van Von (second right). Photo: Reuters
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