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3 hrs ago | Bangkok Post

Jetstar Pacific starts flying to Bangkok

Vietnam's no-frills carrier Jetstar Pacific will begin a daily flight between Ho Chi Minh City and Bangkok on Dec 10. The move marks a further international network expansion of the airline which until recently focused on the domestic market in direct competition with arch rival VietJet Air.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

VietNam News

Spice of kings' at risk of disappearing

Cinnamon, which once enriched people in Thanh Hoa, is now difficult to find. Duc Loi and Trung Hieu meet the local "kings of cinnamon".

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TEFL.com

Vietnam: Teaching Positions in September 2014 Onwards at Ama-(Cleverlearn) Vung Tau Viet Nam

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WireNews+Co

Vietnam's National Day

On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I am delighted to congratulate the people of Vietnam as you celebrate your National Day on September 2. Our relationship has grown in ways many would never have predicted.

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Thanh Nein News

Vietnam's honest kid returns over $4,000 to tourist

A Hanoi tourist visiting the coastal resort town of Da Lat got lucky after an honest boy brought his lost wallet to the police.

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Thanh Nein News

A coastal village in southern Vietnam reinvents pottery--without the wheel

A statue depicts a Cham girl performing a traditional Apsara dance. The statue is situated in a large vase shell and serves as a decorative fountain.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Thanh Nein News

Ho Chi Minh City to restore and relocate iconic statues to make way for subway hub

The historic Ben Thanh Market roundabout featuring a statue and a bust will be removed for a subway project.

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The Telegraph

Sushma pullout makes China, Russia uneasy

Indian and Japanese schoolchildren play at the Global Indian International School in Tokyo on Friday, a day before Narendra Modi arrives on a five-day visit.

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VietNam News

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The Department of Network Security was officially opened in Ha Noi on Thursday to keep an eye on Viet Nam's internet traffic.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

2 Ind. counties roundup fathers and mothers who owe child support

Lawrenceburg police are looking for about 30 fathers and mothers who have warrants out for failing to pay child support.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Research On Geopolymer Gives Cooperation Opportunity For UniMAP And Vietnam

Universiti Malaysia Perlis , is empowering further its research on geopolymer through cooperations with two academic and research institutions in Vietnam.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Thanh Nein News

Vietnam court upholds Binh Dinh bank teller's life sentence

Ho Thi Thu Huong, a former BIDV bank teller, and her brother-in-law at their appeals trial in Binh Dinh Province on August 28, 2014.

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The Straits Times

The winds of change: A special on climate change in Asia

Torrential rains recently left scores dead in Japan. Rising sea levels are destroying precious farmland in Vietnam and Bangladesh while in Bhutan, otherwise scenic mountain lakes are increasingly a menace.

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The Straits Times

Climate change: Rising sea levels pose salt threat in Vietnam

Saline water renders farmlands in Vietnam very dry and useless. Salt concentrations in the groundwater have been measured up to 3:1,000, far higher than Health Ministry guidelines which stipulate that salt concentration levels must be less than 0.3 per thousand to be safe for daily use.

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The Nation

Thai firms seeking new opportunities in Vietnam

Bilateral trade between Vietnam and Thailand is expected to increase by 20 per cent per year to reach US$15 billion by 2020, according to Nguyen Van Tuan, head of the International Relations Department of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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Marlborough Express

Surgeon remembers Vietnam war

MEDICAL SERVICE: Gerard Verkaaik shows wife Joy Verkaaik the report of his medical laboratory services in Vietnam, one of many recounted in the new book, No Front Line - Inside Stories of New Zealand's Vietnam War .

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The Nation

Vietnam recognises Asia's oldest couple

Documents had confirmed the birth dates of farmers Cao Vien, 106, and Vu Thi Hai, 100, according to the Vietnam Guiness Book Centre, its director Le Tran Truong An told dpa.

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Thanh Nein News

Vietnamese gov't denies rumors of huge Chinese workforce at site of deadly riot

The Vietnamese government dismissed rumors that tens of thousands of Chinese workers are currently employed at the industrial zone where three Chinese workers were killed in riots last May. Amid rising unemployment, stories published by several media outlets this week alleged that Taiwan's Formosa Plastics Group planned to add 10,000 Chinese ... (more)

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Korean News

Vietnamese National Day Marked

Nguyen Thac Phong, charge d'affaires ad interim of the Vietnamese embassy here, gave a reception at the Taedonggang Diplomatic Club Thursday to mark the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

Forbes.com

What Anti-China Riots? Investment in Vietnam Surges Ahead

I have covered some of everything over the past 26 years of news reporting, from my alma mater U.C. Berkeley to the Great Hall of the People in Beijing where I followed Communist officials for the Japanese news agency Kyodo.

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