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Vietnamese musical Đò Tình  (Love Boat) staged in HCM City

A Vietnamese musical, Đò Tình (Love Boat), will be staged at HCM City’s Thế Giới Trẻ (World of Youth) Drama Stage every Saturday in October and November.

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Amazon Global Selling establishes specialised team in Vietnam

Amazon Global Selling has officially established a specialised team in Việt Nam, facilitating international sales for Vietnamese vendors.

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Murray into first semi-final since 2017 Roland Garros

Former world number one Andy Murray reached his first semi-final since the 2017 French Open with a battling three-set win over Romania's Marius Copil in Antwerp on Friday.

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Conference looks to bolster Vietnam-Taiwan tourism cooperation

The eighth conference on tourism cooperation between Vietnam and Taiwan (China) was held in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau on October 18.

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Vietnam to assume ASEAN Chairmanship in early November

Deputy Prime Minister cum Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh has asked the National ASEAN 2020 Committee, its sub-committees and Secretariat, ministries, and agencies to do their utmost to finalize preparations for Vietnam to take over the ASEAN Chairmanship.

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Japanese help treat pollution at Vietnam's largest lobster hub

Phu Yen Province People's Committee worked with Japanese Daiei Factory Company on Friday to find solutions for the environmental pollution at Xuan Dai Bay which is the country's largest lobster raising area.

 >>  Mass lobster deaths in Phu Yen
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Suspects arrested for contaminating Hanoi tap water

The police in Hoa Binh Province have arrested two men for dumping waste oil near the Da River Water Plant, the water source for millions of people in Hanoi.

 >>  Prosecution launched against oil contamination at Da River Water Plant
 >>  Hanoi's tap water contaminated with toxic substance
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Former world number one Andy Murray reached his first semi-final since the 2017 French Open with a battling three-set win over Romania's Marius Copil in Antwerp on Friday.

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From fierce typhoons and tight budgets to losing its dancers to cruise ships and theme parks, Ballet Philippines has weathered almost every type of storm, but as it celebrates its 50th anniversary the renowned arts organisation is determined the

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Japan plans to postpone a major imperial parade celebrating the new emperor's ascension to the throne after nearly 80 people were killed in a devastating typhoon, local media said Thursday.

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At least seven Afghan military personnel were killed when the helicopter they were travelling in crashed in the northern Afghanistan province of Balkh on Tuesday, officials said.

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Japan manages a rare feat for a developed country when it comes to feeding its children -- high scores for nutrition but very low obesity rates. One major key? School lunches.

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Fresh rain threatened to hamper efforts by tens of thousands of Japanese rescuers searching for survivors after a powerful typhoon that by early Tuesday had killed 58 people.

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