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Vietnam to compete in 27 sports at AIMAG 6

A Vietnamese sporting delegation consisting of more than 300 elite athletes will head to Thailand to participate in 27 events at the Asian Indoor & Martial Art Games (AIMAG6).

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Vietnam always considers US a strategically important partner

Vietnam always considers the United States a strategically important partner and is ready to work with the US to promote the effective, stable and substantive development of the comprehensive strategic partnership between the two nations.

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Red River cultural park to create new space for Hanoi

Turning the mudflats in the middle and along the Hong (Red) River into a multi-purpose cultural park will create an open space for Hanoi, connecting the community with nature.

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World Bank approves $107 million to enhance inland waterway safety in Vietnam

The World Bank has approved a US$107 million credit to enhance the capacity, efficiency, and safety of inland waterways in the southern region of Vietnam, while also aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector.

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A French-Chinese satellite blasted off Saturday on a hunt for the mightiest explosions in the universe, in a notable example of cooperation between a Western power and the Asian giant.

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Government chief to attend WEF conference in China

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh is set to attend the 15th World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting of the New Champions in Dalian city, Liaoning province of China, and hold working sessions from June 24-27.

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Historic Hien Luong Bridge to get upgrade

Authorities in the central province of Quang Tri have just proposed a plan to upgrade the Hien Luong Bridge, which is facing deterioration, to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

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A French-Chinese satellite blasted off Saturday on a hunt for the mightiest explosions in the universe, in a notable example of cooperation between a Western power and the Asian giant.

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The death toll from heavy rains and flooding in southern China's Guangdong province this week rose sharply to 38 on Friday, state media reported.

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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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