Contaminant, toxin levels along central Vietnamese coast not abnormal: authorities

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Lab tests on deep-water seafood sourced from along Vietnam’s central coastline have found almost no abnormal levels of contaminants or toxins, authorities reported on Monday.

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Venus in tears, Murray, Nadal stroll as Wawrinka falls

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LONDON: Venus Williams wept at Wimbledon over the "devastation" of a fatal road accident for which she is facing legal action as Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal eased into the second round on Monday (Jul 3).

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Anti-G20 protesters vow to camp across German host city

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HAMBURG: Anti-capitalist protesters vowed on Monday (Jul 3) to occupy public spaces across Hamburg with tents, as tensions with police rise days before the German city hosts a G20 summit.

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VIB to acquire Ho Chi Minh City branch of Commonwealth Bank

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Vietnam International Bank (VIB) has reached an agreement with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) to acquire its Ho Chi Minh City branch, the local commercial lender announced without disclosing the value of the deal on Monday.

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Ex-Barclays CEO appears in court over fraud charges

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LONDON: Former Barclays chief executive John Varley appeared in a London court on Monday (Jul 3) over fraud accusations, the first time a boss of a global bank has faced charges arising from the 2008 financial crisis.

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One dead, six wounded by gunman in southern France

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TOULOUSE: One person was shot dead and six others injured, two seriously, when a gunman opened fire in the southern French city of Toulouse late Monday (Jul 3), a local source said.

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Qatar responds to demands after deadline extended

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KUWAIT: Qatar on Monday (Jul 3) responded to a list of demands from Saudi Arabia and its allies after they agreed to give a defiant Doha another 48 hours to address their grievances.

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Financial stocks lead upturn, market stays flat

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Shares rose on Monday as traders continued to focus on large-cap stocks on expectations of a longer rally.

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – July 4

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Check out the news you should not miss today, July 4:

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GRAPHIC CONTENT: Man beheaded in fight in northern Vietnam

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A local man was decapitated after a violent late-night fight with three others in the northern Vietnamese province of Vinh Phuc on Monday.

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8 rescuers killed in Indonesian helicopter crash

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JAKARTA: Eight people were killed after an Indonesian search and rescue helicopter crashed, a senior official said Monday (Jul 3), the latest aviation accident in the country.

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Markets advance further on banks, brokerages

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Shares rose further on both local markets on Monday morning, boosted by banking-finance companies.

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Phu Quoc night market engulfed by early morning fire

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Around ten kiosks were completely destroyed by flames that engulfed a part of Phu Quoc Night Market early on Monday morning.

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Qatar deadline extended by 48 hours: Saudi

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RIYADH: Saudi Arabia and its allies said early Monday (Jul 3) they had decided to extend by 48 hours the deadline for Qatar to accept their list of demands to lift a de facto blockade.

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FIFA referees chief wants shorter video delays

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SAINT PETERSBURG: FIFA's referees chief said on Monday (Jun 26) he wants less delays caused by the video assistant referee and to reduce disruptions from the system being tested for next year's World Cup.

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