Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – March 28

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Check out the news you should not miss today, March 28:

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Vietnam’s import tracking raises concern amid Brazil meat scandal

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While Vietnam has claimed that none of its meat imports are from 21 scandal-hit companies in Brazil, local consumers still face the risk of unsafe meat thanks to the country’s loose tracking of animal imports.

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Amateur Vietnamese marathoners run for health but gain considerable achievements

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Many amateur marathon athletes in Vietnam have astonished others with their achievements which are thought to only be obtained by the professional.

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Vietnam switches off during Earth Hour

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People in cities and provinces throughout Vietnam turned off their power for an hour on the weekend in observance of the global Earth Hour campaign for 2017.

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Look out: Rhinos ‘invading’ downtown Ho Chi Minh City

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Walls along several streets of District 1, Ho Chi Minh City have been given a touch-up with graffiti and mural paintings featuring rhinos, as part of a campaign to protect the endangered animal.

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Buying illicit ‘self-defense’ weapons is child’s play in Ho Chi Minh City

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Residents of Ho Chi Minh City are equipping themselves with multiple types of dangerous and illegal weapons in the name of self defense.

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Two killed, 10 injured in head-on bus crash in Vietnam’s Central Highlands

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At least two people have been killed and 10 others wounded after two passenger buses collided head-on in Vietnam on Sunday afternoon.

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PM wants Hoi An’s home province to be Vietnam’s tourism hub

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Vietnam’s Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc believes Quang Nam, the central province home to the world-renowned Hoi An Ancient Town, has all the conditions necessary to become a major tourism center.

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Fire erupts again at garment company in southern Vietnam

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A second fire raged through a garment company in southern Vietnam on Sunday evening, just four days after the original inferno.

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – March 27

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Here are the news stories you should not miss today, March 27.

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United Airlines bars teenage girls in leggings from flight

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March 26 - At least two girls wearing leggings were barred from boarding a United Airlines flight on Sunday because they did not meet a dress code for special pass travelers, the company said in a statement on Twitter amid a social media furor.

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Vietnamese detainee dies in Japan's immigration center: sources

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A Vietnamese man held in a Japanese immigration detention center died on Saturday, six people told Reuters

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Chinese tourist influx to Ha Long Bay brings smiles, grimaces

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Quang Ninh Province, which prides itself on the UNESCO-recognized Ha Long Bay, has received thousands of Chinese holidaymakers to spend the weekends in March, which has brought both opportunities and challenges to local tourism agencies.

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Udon noodle shop owner teaches free Japanese to young Vietnamese

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A Japanese man has worked for two years to turn his noodle shop in Ho Chi Minh City into a place where local youngsters can learn the Japanese language for free while diners are enjoying Udon.

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Vietnam’s Mekong Delta struggles with garbage amid lack of treatment plants

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Rubbish has turned into a perennial problem in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta as current waste treatment projects barely meet the rising demand from rapid urbanization.

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