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Mass fish deaths in Kon Tum reservoir following heavy rain

Mass fish deaths have occurred in the Yaly Reservoir in the Central Highlands Province of Kon Tum's Sa Thay District following heavy rains.

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Hanoi to build night food street

Hanoi will build a night food street around Hoang Cau Lake in Dong Da District.

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Tien Giang seeking investors for waste treatment plant

The southern province of Tien Giang is calling investors to carry out a waste treatment plant with a total capital of around VND640 billion (USD 25.14 million).

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PM Pham Minh Chinh meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has expressed his belief that Russian President Vladimir Putin will continue supporting Vietnam and developing the bilateral comprehensive strategic partnership.

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Vietnam greatly values comprehensive strategic partnership with Russia

Vietnam sees the traditional relationship and comprehensive strategic partnership with Russia as a top priority in its external policy, said Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong during his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Hanoi on June 20.

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Ca Mau establishes new marine reserve

The southernmost province of Ca Mau has just established a marine reserve on a total area of over 27,000 hectares.

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Vietnam, Russia agree on major strategies to reinforce comprehensive strategic partnership

Vietnamese President To Lam and Russian President Vladimir Putin have agreed upon major strategies to further enhance the comprehensive strategic partnership between Vietnam and Russia.

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Asian markets mostly fell Friday following a broadly negative lead from Wall Street, where tech giants led a sell-off on profit-taking, while traders are on intervention watch as the yen retreats back towards a three-decade low.

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Heavy rains in southern China have killed nine people and left six missing, state media reported Thursday.

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A batch of toxic illegal alcohol in India has killed at least 34 people with more than 100 others rushed to hospital, Tamil Nadu state officials told reporters Thursday.

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Torrential rains in Bangladesh have triggered landslides burying alive at least nine people and forcing thousands to flee to higher ground, police and government officials in the low-lying nation said Wednesday.

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Farmer Bao Mingchen gestured to a dry pipe where water typically irrigates a patch of crops, the soil now cracked under a drought hitting China's vast agricultural hinterland.

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Equities rose across most of Asia on Wednesday following yet another record day in New York fuelled by data that boosted US interest rate cut hopes, though expectations were tempered by cautious comments from Federal Reserve officials.

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