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Danang to pilot 40 public bicycle stations

The Department of Transport in Danang is collecting opinions from the locals and tourists about the demand, routes, and payment preferences for smart public bicycle rental.

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Vietnam demands China to end violations in waters

Vietnam has demanded China to immediately end violations and withdraw all vessels from her waters, said Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang.

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FIFA: Vietnam pose a threat in Group G

Vietnam and Thailand pose a threat in Group G, said the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) in an article published on its website FIFA.com on July 17, in regard to their impressive displays in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.

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The Politburo of the Communist Party of Viet Nam Central Committee have decided to issue written warning to former Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh for equitization violations.

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Vietnam competes at ASEAN Schools Games

A 103-strong team of Vietnam, the biggest of its kind, took part in the opening ceremony of the 11th ASEAN Schools Games in Semarang, Indonesia, on July 18.

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A mob in an Indian village beat to death three men suspected of stealing cattle Friday in a new "cow vigilante" attack reported by police that highlights hardening Hindu nationalism.

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Go-Viet drivers strike over new bonus policy in Ho Chi Minh City

Go-Viet drivers in Ho Chi Minh City went on strike on Thursday to show their dissatisfaction with the new bonus regulation applied by the ride-hailing service from midnight the same day.

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A mob in an Indian village beat to death three men suspected of stealing cattle Friday in a new "cow vigilante" attack reported by police that highlights hardening Hindu nationalism.

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A suspected arson attack at an animation production company in Japan killed 33 people and injured dozens more on Thursday, after a man reportedly doused the building with flammable liquid and shouted "drop dead."

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Tokyo is facing a shortage of accommodation when Olympic fans pour into the Japanese capital for next year's Games so officials are looking offshore -- to moored cruise ships operating as floating hotels.

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Ten people were killed and at least 10 others were feared trapped under rubble after a building collapsed during heavy monsoon rains which lashed India's financial capital Mumbai on Tuesday, officials said, the second such tragedy in two weeks.

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Survivors scrambled for higher ground as torrential monsoon rains swept away homes and triggered landslides across South Asia Tuesday, with millions of people affected and at least 180 dead, officials said.

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The flooding in almost one-third of Bangladesh districts has left at least 20 people dead, affected half a million people and displaced thousands of families, a disaster official said on Monday (July 15).

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