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Europe steps up security presence in South China Sea

Growing economic interest in the South China Sea has led the European Union and its member states to pay more attention to the region, according to an Italian expert.

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Binh Dinh search for pupil missing at the sea

Two pupils have drowned and one other remains missing after swimming in Binh Dinh Province.

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Vietnam among best performers in first leg of World Cup Asian qualifiers

The Vietnamese squad, coached by Park Hang-seo, were among the six best performers in the first leg of the 2022 World Cup Asian qualifiers round two and are currently full of hope for a place in the final qualification tournament.

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German-funded project brings water to residents in Dong Van Karst Plateau

More than 10,000 residents in the Dong Van Karst Plateau in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang will no longer have to worry about water shortage for their daily life thanks to the launch of a pumping station

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An endangered Sumatran Tiger has mauled to death an Indonesian farmer and seriously injured a domestic tourist, a conservation official said Monday.

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PM writes to young woman fighting cancer

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has sent a letter to a 19-year-old student in Hanoi to encourage her as she fights cancer.

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PM instructs tighter control over drone operation around airports

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered the temporary ban on camera-equipped drones or flycams to operate within the distance of eight kilometres around airports.

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An endangered Sumatran Tiger has mauled to death an Indonesian farmer and seriously injured a domestic tourist, a conservation official said Monday.

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Sebastian Vettel topped the times despite a "scruffy" lap on Friday as Ferrari delivered a resounding one-two to prove they are back on form in second free practice for this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.

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Pakistan has become the first country in the world to introduce a new typhoid vaccine, officials said Friday, as the country grapples with an ongoing outbreak of a drug-resistant strain of the potentially fatal disease.

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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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