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Death toll rises to 10 after China gas plant blast

The death toll from a huge explosion that rocked a gas plant in central China rose to 10, state media said Saturday, with five people still missing.

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Firms have high hopes on EVFTA

Vietnamese businesses are having high hopes for bigger market shares in the European Union (EU) thanks to the bilateral free trade agreement (EVFTA) signed recently.

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Vietnam-Japan Cultural Exchange Festival set for Danang

Danang is to host the Vietnam-Japan Cultural Exchange Festival from July 26 to 28 with a series of traditional cultural activities being introduced in addition to performances from both Vietnamese and Japanese artists to local residents and tourists.

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Country remembers services of wounded and fallen soldiers

A string of activities is being held nationwide on the occasion of the 72nd anniversary of Wounded and Fallen Soldiers' Day (July 27, 1947 - 2019).

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Kim Hyun Ji wins An Giang Television International Cycling event

The South Korean team secured all the titles at the An Giang Television International Cycling Tournament, which ended on Thursday.

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Thai farmers on the cash trail with snail slime

Giant snails inch across a plate of pumpkin and cucumber in central Thailand, an "organic" diet to tease the prized collagen-rich mucus from the molluscs, which to some cosmetic firms are now more valuable than gold.

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VND8bn robbery reported at Hanoi Ciputra apartment

A South Korean lost cash and property valued at over VND 8 billion (USD347,826) after his apartment at the Hanoi's Ciputra Urban Area was broken in.

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The death toll from a huge explosion that rocked a gas plant in central China rose to 10, state media said Saturday, with five people still missing.

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Giant snails inch across a plate of pumpkin and cucumber in central Thailand, an "organic" diet to tease the prized collagen-rich mucus from the molluscs, which to some cosmetic firms are now more valuable than gold.

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A mob in an Indian village beat to death three men suspected of stealing cattle Friday in a new "cow vigilante" attack reported by police that highlights hardening Hindu nationalism.

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A suspected arson attack at an animation production company in Japan killed 33 people and injured dozens more on Thursday, after a man reportedly doused the building with flammable liquid and shouted "drop dead."

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Tokyo is facing a shortage of accommodation when Olympic fans pour into the Japanese capital for next year's Games so officials are looking offshore -- to moored cruise ships operating as floating hotels.

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Ten people were killed and at least 10 others were feared trapped under rubble after a building collapsed during heavy monsoon rains which lashed India's financial capital Mumbai on Tuesday, officials said, the second such tragedy in two weeks.

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