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NA Chairman arrives in Auckland, beginning official visit to New Zealand

NA chairman Vuong Dinh Hue arrived at Auckland International Airport in the late afternoon of December 3 (local time), beginning his official visit to New Zealand.

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Thai Vietjet resumes Da Lat-Bangkok route, offering discounted tickets

Thai Vietjet on December 2 resumed the only direct service between Da Lat, the city of flowers, and Thailand’s Bangkok capital after nearly three years of suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Hanoi hospitals serve more patients amid cold weather

Hospitals in Hanoi have received more patients over the recent days amid a strong cold front.

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HCM City tasked to become Southeast Asia’s economic hub by 2030

The Politburo yesterday issued a resolution that set the goal to make HCM City a modern city that leads the country in the digital economy and be an economic hub of Southeast Asia by 2030.

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The MM Mega Market Vietnam Company working in collaboration with the Italian Embassy in Hanoi officially opened the Taste of Italy week in Hanoi on December 2.

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Vietnam to hold first cat fish festival soon

Vietnam’s first cat fish festival is scheduled to take place in the southern province of Dong Thap on December 16-17.

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For nearly half a century, education and training co-operation has been a pillar and a bright spot in the friendly relationship between Vietnam and Australia, according to National Assembly (NA) Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue.

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A strong earthquake hit Indonesia's main island of Java on Saturday, injuring at least one person and shaking the same town devastated by a tremor last month that left more than 330 people dead.

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The bodies of 70 inmates from the Philippines' largest prison were laid to rest Friday in a mass burial, weeks after their decomposing remains were discovered in a Manila funeral home.

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Japan's government on Thursday approved a bill tightening the rules on religious donations after scrutiny of controversial fundraising practices by the Unification Church.

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At least 19 people were killed and 24 others wounded Wednesday by a blast at a madrassa in Afghanistan's northern city of Aybak, a doctor at a local hospital told AFP.

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Two Indonesian soldiers have been given a seven-month jail term for having gay sex, which is banned by the nation's military as "inappropriate behaviour".

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A Buddhist temple in central Thailand has been left without monks after all its holy men failed drug tests and were defrocked, a local official said Tuesday.

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