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Quang Ngai revokes long-delayed projects

Nearly 80 investment projects in the central province of Quang Ngai have been revoked over the past four years due to stagnant progress, according to the local Department of Planning and Investment.

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Barge collision damages Dong Nai Bridge

A barge collided with Dong Nai Bridge in the southern province of Dong Nai, damaging some parts of the bridge.

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Khanh Hoa lobsters die en masse due to hot weather

Lobsters have died en masse in the southern central province of Khanh Hoa's Van Ninh District due to prolonged hot weather, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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Businesses bullish on Q2 outlook: GSO

Processing and manufacturing enterprises have forecast better performance in Quarter 2 despite global headwinds posed by conflicts and high production costs, according to the General Statistics Office’s survey.

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 Vietnamese film to compete at 2024 Cannes Film Festival

Vietnamese movie “Việt và Nam” (known as “Viet and Nam” in English) will vie for a prize at the Cannes Film Festival 2024, which is scheduled to take place from May 14 to May 25 in France.

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Landslides hit North-South railway

Two landslides have happened at a tunnel on the North-South railway route, disrupting services.

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Vietnam has youngest squad at U23 Asian Cup 2024

The national U23 football team has been recognised as the youngest squad competing at the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U23 Asian Cup finals which will run from April 15 to May 3 in Qatar.

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With her owner holding her leash, Philippine pooch Hazel sniffs through rubble in a simulated search for survivors of a major earthquake in the capital Manila.

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Malaysia has ordered tech giants Meta and TikTok to present plans to combat harmful content online, authorities said Tuesday, after the Muslim-majority country reported an uptick in offensive material on social media platforms.

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Thailand is steering an initiative for a joint-visa programme with countries that together hosted about 70 million tourists last year as Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin ramps up initiatives to attract more long-haul and high-spending travelers.

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Hong Kong customs said Monday it has made the biggest gold smuggling bust in its history, seizing 146 kilograms of the precious metal disguised as air compressor parts at the city's international airport.

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Stocks fell Friday and oil extended the previous day's surge on worries that Israel's war with Hamas could widen to a regional conflict with Iran as both sides ratcheted up tensions.

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Relief workers set aside stuffed toys, blankets and baby formula for families sheltering Thursday in an elementary school in Hualien, the epicentre of Taiwan's biggest earthquake in a quarter of a century.

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