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Progress seen in settlement of wildlife crimes: insider

The detection and settlement of wildlife crimes in Vietnam have recoded strides over the last five years, according to Deputy Director of the Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV) Bui Thi Ha.

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The police in Hanoi’s Tay Ho district invited four foreign victims of sexual assaults to the scenes of the crime on March 2 in order to conduct field investigations as a way of gathering more evidence and witness testimony.

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Woman in Hanoi re-infected with Covid-19

A woman in Hanoi has tested positive again for Covid-19 right after being discharged from a local hospital.

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Vietjet offers free baggage allowance on domestic routes

The budget carrier Vietjet Air has offered free 20kg of checked baggage for passengers on its entire flight network across Vietnam.

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Northern region faces cold and rainy weather

The northern region of Vietnam is facing cold and rainy weather with a lowest temperature of 14 degrees centigrade.

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Hanoi reopens indoor restaurants and coffee shops

Hanoi reopened restaurants and coffee shops serving customers indoors from today, March 2.

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Main Hanoi roads jammed as students return to school

Several roads leading into Hanoi faced severe congestion as schools reopened on the morning of March 2.

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The UN children's agency called Sunday for all minors held in displacement camps or jails in northeast Syria to be allowed home.

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Bangladesh has begun administering coronavirus vaccines to sex workers from the country's largest brothel, a vast warren of shacks home to around 1,900 prostitutes.

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Australian carrier Qantas reported on Thursday a US$5.5 billion plunge in revenue during the second half of 2020 and said international passenger flights would not resume until October as the pandemic continued to devastate the industry.

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A Chinese man has been ordered to pay his ex-wife almost $8,000 for years of unpaid housework, in a landmark divorce case that has sparked furious debate in China.

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Facebook said Tuesday it will lift a contentious ban on Australian news pages, after the government agreed to amend a world-first law requiring tech giants to pay media companies.

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Authorities in the central province of Quang Tri are considering paying quarantine fees for Covid-19 prevention for four Chinese people who illegally entered Vietnam.

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