Death toll in Vietnam military copter crash rises to 19: sources

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Death toll in Vietnam military copter crash rises to 19: sources

The death toll in the military helicopter crash in a suburban area of Hanoi increased to 19 as three more soldiers died of serious injuries, sources told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper on Monday.

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Vietnam to apply health declaration to visitors from Ebola-hit area from Aug 15

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Vietnam to apply health declaration to visitors from Ebola-hit area from Aug 15

All air passengers coming to Vietnam from the Ebola-hit region in Africa will be required to fill out health declaration forms from August 15 onward, under a new rule of the Vietnamese Ministry of Health, which has also set out three scenarios to cope with the deadly virus.

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Vietnam lauds US resolution requesting China to withdraw oil rig

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Vietnam lauds US resolution requesting China to withdraw oil rig

Hanoi on Friday applauded a U.S. resolution that calls on Beijing to remove an oil rig and its escort vessels from their current positions in Vietnamese waters in the East Vietnam Sea and to return to the status quo as it existed before May 1, 2014.

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Vietnam brewers in race to increase production capacity

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Vietnam brewers in race to increase production capacity

Breweries operating in Vietnam have announced plans to increase production capacity as there is still huge potential for growth in a market that downed as much as three million liters of beer in 2013.

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Police question 2 who spread rumor of Ebola infection in Vietnam

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Police question 2 who spread rumor of Ebola infection in Vietnam

Police in Vietnam’s capital Hanoi have tracked down and questioned two women who spread a canard on Facebook that a Vietnamese person had contracted the deadly Ebola virus, which has been scotched by local health authorities.

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US judge rejects Apple bid to ban Samsung smartphones

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US judge rejects Apple bid to ban Samsung smartphones

A judge on Wednesday rejected a bid by Apple to ban US sales of rival Samsung smartphones targeted in a recent $2 billion patent trial in Silicon Valley.

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Ho Chi Minh City health authorities say watch out for Ebola

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Ho Chi Minh City health authorities say watch out for Ebola

The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Health has called on all the preventive health centers in the city’s 24 districts to take preventive measures against the fatal Ebola virus disease (EVD), a viral hemorrhagic fever which has claimed over 900 lives in West Africa so far this year.

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Chile hold off battling Australia in 3-1 win

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Chile hold off battling Australia in 3-1 win

Chile got the victory they needed if they are to have any chance of progressing from a daunting Group B when they held off a strong Australian fightback to emerge 3-1 winners in another open and entertaining World Cup match on Friday.

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Vietnam tourism sector discusses ways to lure back int’l tourists

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Vietnam tourism sector discusses ways to lure back int’l tourists

With international arrivals, mostly from China, slumping over the past month due to tension over an illegal Chinese-owned oil rig placed in Vietnamese waters, local tourism officials convened on Tuesday to discuss solutions to lure back holidaymakers.

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Celebrities in 'Ice Bucket Challenge' to fight disease

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Celebrities in 'Ice Bucket Challenge' to fight disease

Steven Spielberg, Justin Bieber and Bill Gates are among many celebrities pouring buckets of ice water over their heads and donating to fight Lou Gehrig's disease, in a fundraising effort that has gone viral.

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Becamex Binh Duong win Vietnam football league, their third title

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Becamex Binh Duong win Vietnam football league, their third title

Becamex Binh Duong were crowned kings of the top-tier V-League 2014 season after a 3-1 win on Sunday over hosts Dong Tam Long An.

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Fire badly damages millennium-old temple in central Vietnam

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Fire badly damages millennium-old temple in central Vietnam

A 1,000-year-old temple in central Vietnam has sustained serious damage after a fire on Monday morning.

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Vietnam ends contract with Chinese contractors who unilaterally quit power project

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Vietnam ends contract with Chinese contractors who unilaterally quit power project

The operator of a multimillion-dollar hydropower project in Vietnam’s Central Highlands announced Wednesday it had terminated an agreement with two Chinese contractors for their failing to carry out the work as committed.

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Germany’s Bosch to allocate $214.7mn for Vietnam business in 2015-2017

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Germany’s Bosch to allocate $214.7mn for Vietnam business in 2015-2017

German engineering-electronics giant Bosch has announced a plan to channel 160 million euros ($214.7 million) into Vietnam over the next three years.

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S.Korea ferry boss's driver turns himself in

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S.Korea ferry boss's driver turns himself in

The driver of a South Korean businessman wanted over the sinking of a ferry that killed 304 in April turned himself in on Tuesday, potentially unlocking the mystery of the man's final days after the country's worst maritime disaster in 44 years.

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