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Vietnam cancels 2020 F1 race due to COVID-19 pandemic
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Vietnam: Dozens killed after storm unleashes floods
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Aerial video shows scale of deadly central Vietnam floods
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Watch: Massive anti-China protest outside Chinese Consulate in Toronto
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New Press Museum in Vietnam skirts round thorny issues
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Vietnam veteran out of the hospital after 2-month battle with COVID-19
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Vietnamese man grows 16-foot-long dreadlock
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Vietnamese man grows 16-foot long dreadlock
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Vietnamese man grows 6-foot long dreadlock
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Defense Secretary Hagel's mission to connect with long-lost "brother"When Chuck Hagel was serving in Vietnam, his life was in the hands of his platoon commander, Lt. Jerome Johnson. The two grew close but lost touch after the war. Forty-five years later, Hagel's new job..
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Virus-stricken UK pilot in Vietnam may be discharged from hospital soonA British pilot in Vietnam stricken with COVID-19 who at one point seemed close to death has almost fully recovered and is in a position to be discharged from hospital, a Vietnamese medical official..
Two Northern Irishmen to be extradited over Vietnamese truck deathsTwo Northern Irishmen are set to be extradited to Britain to face manslaughter charges over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people found in the back of a truck near London last year, Ireland's courts heard..
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Vietnam jails ex-deputy defence minister over land scandalA military court in Vietnam on Thursday sentenced a former deputy defence minister accused of allowing three plots of land in Ho Chi Minh City to be illegally transferred to private investors from the..
Vietnam reports two new COVID-19 cases, total at 320Vietnam on Sunday reported two new coronavirus cases, both imported, taking the country's tally to 320 with no deaths, the health ministry said.
Ralph W. McGehee, Agent Who Exposed the C.I.A., Dies at 92A crisis of conscience in Vietnam led him to conclude that the agency was “a malevolent force” and to lay it bare in a memoir, “Deadly Deceits.”
Vietnam determined to save British pilot, avoid its first COVID-19 deathVietnam has mounted an all-out effort to save the life of its most critically ill novel coronavirus patient, a British pilot who works for Vietnam Airlines, the national carrier.
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We need to mourn coronavirus losses, not just track the grim tally of deathsMedia coverage seems clinical and for-the-record when it needs to be somber and shared, like reading the 9/11 names or the ones on the Vietnam wall.
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After aggressive mass testing, Vietnam says it contains coronavirus outbreakBusinessman Phan Quoc Viet was making his usual prayers at a pagoda in Tay Ninh, a province in southern Vietnam, when the government official's call came.
Vietnam jails Facebook user over 'anti-state' postsA court in Vietnam on Monday sentenced a man to 1-1/2 years in prison for uploading anti-state posts to Facebook, the security ministry said, days after Facebook sources told Reuters they had agreed to..
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Vietnam jails man for 11 years for 'terrorist' tax office bombingA Vietnamese court jailed a man for 11 years on Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to setting off a bomb in an act of terrorism, the Ministry of Public Security said.
China says Vietnam's claims in South China sea are illegal, 'doomed to fail'China's Foreign Ministry says it has lodged stern representations in response to what it called Vietnam's illegal claims in the South China sea and that any attempt to deny China's sovereignty there..
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