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Seven-month exports to EU market hit US$22.5 billion

The opening seven months of the year saw Vietnamese exports to the EU market reach US$22.5 billion, an annual increase of 15.5%, according to data released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

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Mother with 10 children to have new house with readers help

Dantri readers have helped build a house for a poor woman who has 10 children in Thai Nguyen Province.

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Wartime bomb found in Quang Binh residential area

A 230-kilo American War bomb has been detected at a residential area in the central province of Quang Binh’s Bo Trach District.

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Some of big Indian pharmaceutical companies have agreed to provide Vietnam with approximately 1 million doses of Remdesivir, a broad-spectrum antiviral medication, for COVID-19 treatment.

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Vietnam co-chairs ASEAN-Japan Foreign Ministers’ Meeting

Vietnamese Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son, as the coordinator of ASEAN-Japan relations, co-chaired the ASEAN-Japan Foreign Ministers’ Meeting held via videoconference together with his Japanese counterpart Motegi Toshimitsu.

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Additional 4,271 new Covid-19 patients announced in Wednesday morning report

An additional 4,271 more Covid-19 infections were confirmed in Vietnam in the past 12 hours, raising the total number of patients in the country to 174,461, the Ministry of Health has reported.

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UNESCO launches campaign to promote girls’ education

UNESCO in Vietnam has launched the campaign #KeepingGirlsinthePicture - "For a future picture with girls", calling on the community to share inspirational stories to encourage ethnic minority students, especially girls, to continue their studies after the pandemic ends.

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Mushrooming outbreaks of the highly contagious Delta variant prompted China and Australia to impose stricter Covid-19 restrictions on Saturday as the WHO urged the world to quickly contain the mutation before it turns into something deadlier and draws out

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Finance ministers from the G20 richest nations are expected to give the green light Saturday to a historic deal to tax multinational companies more fairly.

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A Philippines Air Force troop plane crashed and broke up in flames on a southern island on Sunday, killing at least 45 people after some jumped free, officials said, in the country's worst military air disaster in nearly 30 years.

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A huge landslide swept away homes and left 19 people missing at a popular resort town in central Japan on Saturday after days of heavy rain, local officials said.

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Johnson & Johnson said late Thursday that its single-shot COVID-19 vaccine generated strong, persistent activity against the Delta and other highly prevalent variants.

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Italy overcame stubborn Austria 2-1 in extra-time at Wembley on Saturday to reach the Euro 2020 quarter-finals as Denmark breezed through by hammering Wales 4-0.

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