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Vietnam tourism recovers strongly in H1

2024 is the year of tourism recovery and development. The sector this year has been focusing on green and sustainable growth. After the first six months, tourism activities in many localities have shown positive signs in terms of both

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Vietnamese President concludes Cambodia visit with great success

President To Lam departed Phnom Penh on July 13 afternoon, successfully concluding his two-day state visit to Cambodia at the invitation of King Preah Bat Samdech Preah Boromneath Norodom Sihamoni.

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Vietnam attends 14th annual East Sea conference in US

A Vietnamese delegation led by Vice President of Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam Nguyen Hung Son attended the 14th annual conference on East Sea (also known as South China Sea).

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High-speed boat service to southern islands suspended

The high-speed boat services to the southern islands of Phu Quoc, Con Dao, and Phu Quy have been suspended due to heavy rains and strong winds.

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Myanmar rescuers have recovered five bodies, including that of a 12-year-old girl, following a boat accident in commercial hub Yangon, the local fire service said.

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Carbon market to create motivation for green transition: Deputy PM

A carbon market will create motivation for green transition, said Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha on July 12.

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Over 100 compete in National Triathlon

More than 100 triathletes are taking part in the National Triathlon 2024 held from July 13-15 in the central province of Quang Ngai.

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Myanmar rescuers have recovered five bodies, including that of a 12-year-old girl, following a boat accident in commercial hub Yangon, the local fire service said.

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Australian authorities said Thursday they are investigating the illegal killing of at least 65 kangaroos found shot or apparently rammed by a vehicle.

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Bangladesh's top court on Wednesday temporarily suspended quotas for coveted government jobs after thousands of students staged nationwide protests against what they call a discriminatory system, lawyers said.

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New diesel cars and taxis will no longer be registered in Singapore starting from Jan 1, 2025, as part of a push by the Government to have all vehicles on the streets running on cleaner energy by 2040.

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Parts of South Korea were battered by record rainfall typically seen just once every 200 years, the country's weather agency told AFP Wednesday, with the interior ministry reporting four dead.

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At least 18 people died and 19 were injured when a bus collided with a milk tanker in northern India's Utter Pradesh state early Wednesday, police said.

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