Vietnam plans to burn garbage into electricity with $180 mln plant

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Vietnam plans to burn garbage into electricity with $180 mln plant

The Ho Chi Minh City government has ordered relevant agencies to conduct a feasibility study for a US$180 million waste-burning power plant.

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Cemetery dedicated to dogs, cats in Hanoi

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Cemetery dedicated to dogs, cats in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – A cemetery for dogs and cats is located at No. 30/167 Truong Dinh Street, in Hoang Mai District, Hanoi. More than 1,000 dogs and cats have been incinerated and buried there.

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At least 3 still buried in rubble after Vietnam scaffolding collapse that killed 15

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At least three workers are believed to be still buried in the massive rubble of a tragic scaffolding collapse that already killed 15 and injured around 30 others in the central province of Ha Tinh on Wednesday night, the contractor told Thanh Nien News.

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More secrets may lurk at suspected Nazi hideout in Argentina

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More secrets may lurk at suspected Nazi hideout in Argentina

An Argentine archaeologist who discovered what he thinks was a hideout built for German Nazis to flee to after World War II said more dark secrets may be buried there.

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No Vietnamese deaths in Tatarstan fire

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The Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs re-confirmed on Saturday that no Vietnamese citizens died in the March 11 fire at the Admiral Trade Centre in Kazan city, Russian Republic of Tatarstan.

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A look at centenarian's decade-long hunt for Japanese gold

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A look at centenarian's decade-long hunt for Japanese gold

Le Van Hien (L), a former Party official in Binh Thuan Province, supports Tran Van Tiep in his search for 4,000 tons of gold he believes were buried deep into Tau Mountain by Japanese invaders over 70 years ago. This picture was taken in 1993 when Tiep began his search. Photos: Que Ha

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Authorities end man’s search for 4,000-ton gold treasure

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Authorities end man’s search for 4,000-ton gold treasure

VietNamNet Bridge - Binh Thuan authorities have decided to put an end to the search for 4,000 tons of gold at Mount Tau, after granting several extensions to Tran Van Tiep, 101, to look for the gold, according to the man’s family.

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101-yr-old Vietnamese asked to end vain hunt for 4,000 tons of gold

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101-yr-old Vietnamese asked to end vain hunt for 4,000 tons of gold

Binh Thuan Province has officially ordered a 101-year-old man to end his search for 4,000 tons of gold he believes was buried deep into a mountain by Japanese invaders 70 years ago.

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Centenarian ends hunting for Japanese treasure in Vietnam

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Centenarian ends hunting for Japanese treasure in Vietnam

An old Vietnamese man has ended his search for what he believes to be a ‘treasure’ of 4,000 metric tons of gold buried by the Japanese under a mountain in the south-central province of Binh Thuan in 1945, pursuant to a decision by Vietnamese authorities.

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Centenarian ends 20-year hunt for ‘$100bn Japanese treasure’ in Vietnam

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Centenarian ends 20-year hunt for ‘$100bn Japanese treasure’ in Vietnam

An old Vietnamese man has ended his search for what he believes to be a ‘treasure’ of 4,000 metric tons of gold buried by the Japanese under a mountain in the south-central province of Binh Thuan in 1945, pursuant to a decision by Vietnamese authorities.

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Wartime bomb unearthed in northern Vietnam

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Wartime bomb unearthed in northern Vietnam

Sappers move the 227-kg bomb to a safer place. Photo credit: VnExpress

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Winter-weary New England braces for Valentine's Day blizzard

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Winter-weary New England braces for Valentine's Day blizzard

The U.S. Northeast on Saturday prepared for yet another blizzard, which looks set to hit parts of New England that are already buried under record-setting snow, forecasters said.

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Vietnam obliterates smuggled cats by burial, not crushing with truck: official

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Vietnam obliterates smuggled cats by burial, not crushing with truck: official

Nearly three tons of cats illegally smuggled into Vietnam from China have been destroyed by burial, not by being crushed with a rubbish van as reported by foreign media, a Vietnamese veterinary official has affirmed.

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Thousands of seized cats feared buried alive in Vietnam

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Thousands of seized cats feared buried alive in Vietnam

This picture taken on January 27, 2015 shows seized cages of live cats transported in a truck in Hanoi. Thousands of live cats destined "for consumption" were seized January 27 in Hanoi after being smuggled from China. Photo credit: AFP

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Dutch founder of flower empire buried in Vietnam, where he built his legacy

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Dutch founder of flower empire buried in Vietnam, where he built his legacy

Ashes of Thomas Hooft, the famed Dutch founder of flower firm Dalat Hasfarm, were brought from the Netherlands to Vietnam on Sunday for burial, as per his last wish.

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