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EC acknowledges Vietnam’s efforts in preventing illegal fishing

Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung on Thursday hosted a reception for the European Commission’s delegation, led by Ms. Veronika Veits - Director for the International Ocean Governance and Sustainable Fisheries.

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Diabetes cases soar, 1-in-11 adults affected: doctors

More than 460 million people -- 1-in-11 adults -- now suffer from diabetes, largely brought on by an over-rich lifestyle short on exercise, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) said Thursday.

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 European Music Festival set to return

After a gap year, the European Music Festival is coming back to Vietnam from November 18 to 30 at the Youth Theater in Hanoi and the Conservatory of Music in Ho Chi Minh City.

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USAID helps Vietnam prevent illegal transshipment

The United States Agency for International Development in Vietnam, together with the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Trade and Industry convened a workshop on international best practices to prevent origin fraud.

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The plenary session of the 25th ASEAN Transport Ministers’ Meeting (ATM 25) and the ATM with dialogue partners, officially opened in Hanoi on November 14.

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Vietnam wins three ASOCIO awards for 2019

Three representatives of Vietnam won ICT awards for 2019 of the Asian-Oceanian Computing Industry Organisation (ASOCIO), according to the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA).

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Vietnam leads Southeast Asia in salary growth

Vietnam leads Southeast Asia in terms of salary growth with a 5.1 percent increase expected in 2020, according to a report by ECA International.

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More than 460 million people -- 1-in-11 adults -- now suffer from diabetes, largely brought on by an over-rich lifestyle short on exercise, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) said Thursday.

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Climate change will damage the health of an entire generation unless there are immediate cuts to fossil fuel emissions, from a rise in deadly infectious diseases to surging malnutrition, experts warned Thursday.

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A river near the inter-Korean border turned red with the blood of pigs slaughtered as Seoul attempts to curb the spread of African swine fever.

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More than 1,000 cholera-stricken pigs have been buried in Indonesia after their decaying carcasses were plucked from local waterways, a government official said Tuesday.

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At least 15 people were killed and 58 others injured when two trains collided in eastern Bangladesh early Tuesday, police said.

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The death toll from a cyclone that barrelled into the coasts of Bangladesh and India has risen to 24, authorities said Monday, as the two nations assess the scale of devastation wreaked by the powerful storm.

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