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Top legislator holds talks with Mongolian counterpart

National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan held talks with her Mongolian counterpart Miyegombo Enkhbold on January 22 in Hanoi.

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Vietnam’s coach Park confident to deal with Qatar

Vietnam U23’s head coach Park Hang-seo has said that Qatar U23 are strong opponents, but they also have weaknesses that his team can exploit.

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Deputy PM: Carlsberg must pay market price for Habeco stake

Danish brewer Carlsberg A/S must pay market price if it wants to acquire a majority holding in the Hanoi Beer Alcohol Beverage Corp. (Habeco), Vietnam’s second-largest brewer, according to Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue.

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Vietnamese tourism to be showcased in Thailand

Vietnam will participate in an ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) in Chiang Mai, Thailand, from January 22-26 by hosting artistic performance to promote Vietnam tourism.

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Poor family in Phu Yen calls for help

Three of a poor four-member family in the southern central province of Phu Yen are ill and need support.

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Life sentence for oil executive fugitive and 13-years for former PVN chairman

Hanoi People's Court on January 22 handed down a life sentence to oil executive fugitive Trinh Xuan Thanh and a 13-year sentence to former chairman of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group, Dinh La Thang.

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Russian Defence Minister pays official visit to Vietnam

Minister of Defence of the Russian Federation, General of the Army Sergei Shoigu is paying an official visit to Vietnam from January 22-23.

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A motorcycle bomb killed three civilians and wounded two dozen others on Monday at a bustling morning market in Thailand's insurgency-hit south, the first such attack by suspected militants on a 'soft target' in the Muslim-majority region for months.

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Gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul and killed at least 18 people, most of them foreigners, sparking a 12-hour battle with Afghan forces backed by Norwegian troops that left terrified guests scrambling to escape.

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U.S. researchers have found that climate change resulting from more carbon dioxide emissions increases flower blooms in a tropical forest in Panama, according to a new study.

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As soon as Turkish warplanes began bombing raids over Afrin on Saturday, terrified residents of the Syrian Kurdish enclave dashed to take cover in the cellars of their homes.

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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)’s nuclear crisis dominated the opening session of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum 2018 on January 19 as members revealed concerns about the threat of a global nuclear war if diplomatic efforts fail.

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Ten Syrians have died trying to flee their war-torn country into neighbouring Lebanon after they were caught in a fierce snowstorm, the Lebanese army and civil defence said Friday.

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