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PM Phuc's ASEAN Day Message: Think Community, Act Community

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has rolled out a message on the occasion of the 53rd founding anniversary of ASEAN and the 25th anniversary of Viet Nam’s ASEAN membership.

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Vietnam confirms 21 new Covid-19 infection cases, total rises to 810

Vietnam has recorded 21 new Covid-19 cases, raising the total number of patients to 810, the National Steering Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control announced on Saturday evening.

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Vietnam Embassy in US presents 10,000 face masks to Maryland

The Vietnamese Embassy in the United States on August 7 presented 10,000 face masks to the US state of Maryland to help the local government deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Kiên Giang expands breeding of bivalve mollusks

The cultivation of bivalve mollusks in Kiên Giang Province’s coastal areas has developed rapidly in the last decade, improving farmers' incomes.

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Database sharing important to developing e-government

Database sharing between management agencies at both central and local levels is key to the process of developing e-government, experts have said.

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Sli songs of Nung ethnic people preserved by local artist

The Northern border province of Lang Son is famous for Then and Sli singing of the Nung ethnic people as over the years a number of local artists have made every effort to preserve and promote these folk melodies.

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Vietnam will do its best to advance in World Cup qualifiers, says defender Van Hau

Vietnam will exert greater efforts to clinch victories and book a ticket in the third round of the Asian qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, Vietnamese defender Doan Van Hau told FIFA.com.

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At least 17 people were killed Friday when a passenger jet was ripped in two after it overshot and skidded off the runway upon landing in southern India, officials said.

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Toyota on Thursday warned of a 64 percent drop in full-year net profit and reported a slump in quarterly earnings, as the coronavirus pandemic shreds the global auto market.

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Close allies and traditional adversaries of Lebanon paid tribute on Tuesday to the victims of massive, deadly twin blasts in Beirut, as condolences and offers of help poured in.

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Broke and jobless, Ruel Damaso is sleeping on cardboard and surviving on food handouts at Manila airport where dozens were left stranded after a partial coronavirus lockdown was reimposed Tuesday.

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More than 80 people have died in recent days after drinking toxic bootleg alcohol in the Indian state of Punjab, officials and reports said Saturday.

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The beginning of the rainy season has worsened land erosion along rivers and canals in the Mekong Delta.

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