Vietnam suspends Australian fruit imports

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Vietnam suspends Australian fruit imports

Vietnam would temporarily suspend the import of Australian fruits as it concerns about fruit fly, said Nguyen Xuan Hong, Director of the Plant Protection Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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VN suspends Australian fruit imports

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VGP – Viet Nam would temporarily suspend the import of Australian fruits as it concerns about fruit fly, said Nguyen Xuan Hong, Director of the Plant Protection Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

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Executions in United States at 20-year low: report

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Executions in United States at 20-year low: report

Aime Ruffner receives support from family and friends after testifying at the hearing to reopen the case for her brother George Stinney Jr. in Sumter, South Carolinain this file photo taken January 21, 2014. A South Carolina judge on December 17, 2014, vacated the conviction of Stinney Jr., a black teenager executed in 1944 for the murder of two white girls, saying he had not received a fair trial. Photo credit: Reuters

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Scuffles break out as Hong Kong clears part of protest site

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Scuffles break out as Hong Kong clears part of protest site

Scuffles erupted as Hong Kong authorities cleared part of a pro-democracy protest camp in the bustling district of Mong Kok on Tuesday following a court order to reopen a road, with several demonstrators taken away in police vans.

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Laos reopens embassy in UK

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VietnamPlus English 1 month(s) ago

Laos reopens embassy in UK

Laos officially reopened its embassy in the UK and Northern Ireland on November 6, marking a new progress in bilateral friendship and cooperation.

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Hong Kong activists agree to hold talks as protests subside

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Hong Kong activists agree to hold talks as protests subside

Student leaders denied their campaign for free elections had lost momentum, saying they would remain on the streets, even as they announced that talks with the government would take place this week.

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Ho Chi Minh City-Brunei direct route re-opens

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The Brunei’s national flag carrier Royal Brunei Airlines has announced to reopen direct route from Ho Chi Minh City to Bandar Seri Begawan from October 17.

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Nigeria schools reopen after Ebola break

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Nigerian school students return to class following an Ebola break, as the World Health Organization (WHO) declares the virus is "pretty much contained" in the country.

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World’s largest cave to reopen for tours next year

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World’s largest cave to reopen for tours next year

The Quang Binh provincial government plans to officially reopen Son Doong Cave, the largest in the world, to the public next January.

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After ceasefire, Gazans dream of reopened airport

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Standing in front of the crumbling control tower of Gaza's devastated airport, one-time air traffic controller Anis Arafat dreams of the day planes will land and take off here again.

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After ceasefire, Gazans dream of reopened airport

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After ceasefire, Gazans dream of reopened airport

DAHANIYA, Sept 4 - Standing in front of the crumbling control tower of Gaza's devastated airport, one-time air traffic controller Anis Arafat dreams of the day planes will land and take off here again.

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Canadian gold firm urged to resume operations at Vietnam mines

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Canadian gold firm urged to resume operations at Vietnam mines

Canada’s Besra Gold Inc, whose Vietnamese units repeatedly refused to pay taxes, should reopen its two gold mines in central Vietnam and cover their liabilities, the Vietnamese Ministry of Finance has ordered.

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Japan resumes aid in Vietnam with conditions

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Japan resumes aid in Vietnam with conditions

Japan's foreign ministry announced that it would reopen funding to new Official Development Aid (ODA) projects in Vietnam after a halt in June meant to allow for an investigation of bribery allegations at Vietnam Railways.

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Seafood exports encounter numerous barriers

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Seafood exports encounter numerous barriers

(VOV) -Vietnamese seafood exporters are facing innumerable difficulties as overseas markets are imposing a variety of trade barriers and challenges, including levying anti-dumping tariffs on imports from Vietnam.

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Typhoon kills at least 20 in the Philippines, heads towards China

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MANILA, July 17 - Financial markets are set to reopen in the Philippines on Thursday as residents clear debris and authorities work to restore power after a typhoon churned across the Southeast Asian country, killing at least 20 people.

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