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The man who protects Hatinh Langurs

The man who protects Hatinh Langurs

With his love for the endangered Hatinh Langurs, a man in Quang Binh Province has protected and helped raise local awareness about the species to prevent illegal hunting for the past five years.

Babysitters sought after during summer holiday

Parents in Hanoi are in a hurry to find babysitters for their children in the coming school summer holiday.

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The nuclear test site North Korea plans to destroy

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's promise to dismantle his country's only known nuclear test site has shone the spotlight on the secretive facility near the Chinese border.

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The United Nations Development Programme is associated with a Joint United Nations statement in Vietnam recommitting their support to the country’s efforts to promote equality and equity for LGBTI people.

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Hanoi's West Lake becomes a swimming pool in hot weather

Many people are flocking to West Lake for a swim as a heat wave hits Hanoi over the last few days.

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Khulud yearns to be swept away by a "prince charming", but like many young Iraqis in the former jihadist stronghold of Mosul she worries she may never marry.

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8% of couples face infertility

The country’s infertility rate currently stands at about 8 per cent of Vietnamese couples, experts say, indicating that infertility is a major task for the obstetrics and gynecology sector in Vietnam.

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Amour for 'street knights' proposed after deadly robbing incident

Ho Chi Minh City Party Secretary Nguyen Thien Nhan has suggested providing armour for local men who voluntary join in crime fighting after two men were killed in a motorbike robbery.

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