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Tu Chinh reef part of Vietnam’s continental shelf

Tu Chinh reef part of Vietnam’s continental shelf

Tu Chinh reef (internationally known as Vanguard Bank) is part of Vietnam's continental shelf and its sovereignty is established in full in line with the 1982 United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS 1982).

Asian elephants loudly mourn and bury their dead calves, according to a study by Indian scientists that details animal behaviour reminiscent of human funeral rites.

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The Arbitration – Mediation Symposium 2024, themed “Third parties and influences on arbitral proceedings”, will take place in Ho Chi Minh City from March 22 to April 11, according to the Vietnam International Arbitration Centre (VIAC).

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Permanent Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Minh Vu and US Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Kritenbrink co-chaired the 10th Vietnam-US Dialogue on Asia-Pacific in Hanoi on March 1.

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Five public squares to be built around Hanoi lake

The proposal to build five squares around Thiền Quang Lake has been unanimously approved by the representatives of residents in Nguyễn Du Ward, Hai Bà Trưng District, Hanoi City.

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Two expressway sections to ready by late April

Two sections of the North-South Expressway project are set to become operational by late April.

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Thanh Hoa hill poses landslide threat

Several large cracks have appeared on a hill in the northern central province of Thanh Hoa, posing dangers to people.

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HCM City urged to develop carbon credit market to cut greenhouse gas emissions

Ho Chi Minh City needs to adopt policies and channel financial resources to develop a carbon credit market in an effort to cut greenhouse gas emissions and respond to global warming, experts said.

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Asian elephants loudly mourn and bury their dead calves, according to a study by Indian scientists that details animal behaviour reminiscent of human funeral rites.

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A series of measures were announced by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) on February 29 to better ensure safety for foreign tourists in the capital city of Thailand.

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Meta chief Mark Zuckerberg met Prime Minister Fumio Kishida during a visit to Japan, discussing the risks of generative AI, a government spokesman said Wednesday.

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He may be the world's fourth-richest person and visiting gourmet paradise Japan, but Mark Zuckerberg is eating McDonald's, according to photos posted on Tuesday by the Meta chief.

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European Union (EU) import charges on carbon-intensive products are expected to have a limited impact on climate change and only a modest negative effect on economies in Asia and the Pacific, according to research by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

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The number of new HIV/AIDS cases in Laos has steadily climbed partly due to a shortage of financial support from foreign countries and limited budget from the government.

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