Weekly digest – November 28-December 4

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – December 1

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Check out the news you should not miss on the first day of December:

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Vietnam pardons over 4,200 inmates ahead of New Year holiday

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More than 4,200 inmates have been given a chance to go home in an amnesty granted ahead of the country’s New Year holiday.

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Amnesty decisions in 2016 announced

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VGP - Deputy Head of the Presidential Office Giang Son announced amnesty decisions in 2016, which will take effect from December 1, 2016.

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Amnesty Consultancy Council discusses 2016 amnesty list

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VGP – The Amnesty Consultancy Council held a meeting on November 27 in Ha Noi to approve a list of prisoners who will get the State President’s amnesty in 2016.

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Over 4,000 offenders to get amnesty

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SaiGon GP English 7 day(s) ago

More than 4,000 offenders who repented their crimes while serving prison sentences are expected to be granted amnesty this year.

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Vietnam to pardon 4,000 prisoners for Tet Holiday

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The Central Advisory Council on Amnesty on November 27 agreed on the list of 4,000 prisoners who will be granted amnesty this year.

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4,200 prisoners to receive pardon

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Some 4,200 prisoners are expected to be granted amnesty later this year, a senior police officer said.

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India uses foreign funding law to harass charities: rights groups

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India's refusal to renew the foreign funding licenses of 25 charities is a violation of their right to freedom of association and appears to be a move to quell criticism, two rights groups said on Tuesday.

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Trump bashes Clinton as far too soft on immigrants

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Trump bashes Clinton as far too soft on immigrants

HOUSTON: Donald Trump took his campaign to Texas on Saturday (Sep 17), bashing Hillary Clinton's immigration policies as too lax, in a state still up for grabs on Election Day.

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2,100 inmates freed, thousands enjoy reduced terms on Vietnam National Day

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2,100 inmates freed, thousands enjoy reduced terms on Vietnam National Day

Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security has approved the reduction of prison terms for 24,826 inmates nationwide under the amnesty program for this year National Day on Friday.

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Clemency granted to prisoners on National Day

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Clemency granted to prisoners on National Day

The Ministry of Public Security has proposed reducing jail terms for 24,826 prisoners on the occasion of the 71st National Day (September 2).

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Rights group: More than 17,000 killed in Syrian state jails

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Rights group: More than 17,000 killed in Syrian state jails

The young Syrian activist was beaten, prevented from going to the toilet and saw her cellmates taken for rounds of whipping when she was held for more than a month in several government detention facilities.

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Vu Lan celebrations begin

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Vu Lan celebrations begin

Thousands of people have flocked to Phuc Khanh Pagoda in Hanoi and prayed outside despite the rain to mark Vu Lan and the Amnesty of Unquiet Spirits Festival.

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At least 11 killed in coalition air raid on Yemen hospital: MSF

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At least 11 killed in coalition air raid on Yemen hospital: MSF

An Arab coalition air raid hit a Yemeni hospital on Monday, killing at least 11 people and injuring more than 19, just 48 hours after strikes that killed children, Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said.

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