A group of pedicab drivers illegally operating in downtown Ho Chi Minh City have been found fleecing foreign travelers in a bold manner just like “mugging,” a Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper investigation has found.
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As many as 200 disadvantaged students with good study results from secondary and high schools in the Central Highlands of Dak Nong were presented with scholarships during a ceremony in the locality on June 26.
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Tuoi Tre News introduces a series of photos of Professor Tran Van Khe, known as the master of traditional Vietnamese music, who died on Wednesday from numerous elderly health issues, taken by famous local photographer Nguyen A.
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Editor’s note: Michael Tatarski, our English language editor, expresses his thoughts on topics he thinks Tuoi Tre News should focus on, and those that should receive less attention, as he congratulated the news website on its fifth birthday on Thursday last week.
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The country’s major blood bank is running out of supply and is calling for donations, especially of types A and O.
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The planned visit of Nguyen Phu Trong, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, to the U.S. later this year will be historic and signal how far both countries have come, Ambassador Ted Osius told Tuoi Tre News in a recent exclusive interview in Hanoi.
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