Farewell El Nino, it’s La Nina’s turn to cause trouble now

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Farewell El Nino, it’s La Nina’s turn to cause trouble now

The tropical Pacific Ocean is in a neutral state and outlooks suggest little chance of indicators returning to El Nino levels, Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology said on its website on Tuesday. That means mid-May marks the end of the event that reduced Indian rainfall, parched farmland in Asia and curbed cocoa production in parts of Africa.

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EgyptAir remains point to blast, no explosives traces so far: forensics

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EgyptAir remains point to blast, no explosives traces so far: forensics

Human remains retrieved from the crashed EgyptAir flight suggest that there was an explosion on board the plane, although no traces of explosives have been detected, an Egyptian forensics official and investigation sources said on Tuesday.

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NAS report upholds safety of GE crops and foods

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NAS report upholds safety of GE crops and foods

There’s no evidence to suggest that foods from genetically engineered (GE) crops are less safe than foods from non-GE crops, according to a new National Academies of Sciences report.

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Five-year visa exemption for visitors from five Western European countries suggested

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Five-year visa exemption for visitors from five Western European countries suggested

The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) announced on April 28 that it sent a document to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to suggest several measures to attract more visitors from the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy, including expansion of visa exemptions for these countries’ citizens from one to five years.

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Public express concern over conveyor-belt PhDs

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Public express concern over conveyor-belt PhDs

Director of the Academy of Social Sciences Vo Khanh Vinh has said there is a major shortfall in the number of PhDs being handed out in 36 areas of research, meaning Vietnam is struggling to fill posts with sufficiently qualified people.

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Brain scans of microcephalic babies suggest Zika disrupts development

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Brain scans of microcephalic babies suggest Zika disrupts development

Brain scans of 23 Brazilian infants with the birth defect microcephaly showed widespread and severe abnormalities suggesting that Zika may invade fetal nerve cells and disrupt brain development.

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Experts suggest Gov't to finance enviro-friendly bus fleets

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Experts suggest Gov't to finance enviro-friendly bus fleets

The Department of Transport and state-owned enterprise Saigon Cooperative Mechanical Corporation (SAMCO) yesterday convened a meeting about Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) - methane stored at high pressure, which is used as an alternative fuel for gasoline, diesel, or propane in transport for the South region.

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National Assembly calls for statement on East Sea

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National Assembly calls for statement on East Sea

The East Sea problem became the main focus during the ongoing 11th meeting of the 13th National Assembly with many deputies urging the assembly to officially voice its opinions and suggest action to address the issue.

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With Galaxy S7, Samsung seen rediscovering its mobile mojo

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With Galaxy S7, Samsung seen rediscovering its mobile mojo

Early indications of stronger-than-expected sales of new Galaxy S7 smartphones suggest technology giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is emerging from a two-year decline at its flagship mobile business.

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Wait to jump on the oil recovery bandwagon

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Wait to jump on the oil recovery bandwagon

After plunging to under $30 per barrel earlier this year, oil prices have since staged a smart recovery to hit $40 per barrel, which is seen as a psychological barrier of sorts. Some industry experts extrapolated this trend to suggest that oil prices would hit $50 per barrel halfway into 2016. Such predictions of a quick recovery and a return to oil’s heyday are now starting to sound increasingly hollow.

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Saigon Makeover 2016 community project kicks off

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Saigon Makeover 2016 community project kicks off

A community project encouraging young applicants to suggest a creative approach to ‘renew’ Ho Chi Minh City’s public spaces and streets is now open for submissions.

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China industrial output growth at six-month low, adding to woes

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China industrial output growth at six-month low, adding to woes

Industrial production growth in China fell to a six-month low in October, official data showed Wednesday, the latest figures to suggest entrenched weakness in the world's second-largest economy.

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Lawmakers suggest civilizing Truong Sa Archipelago

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Lawmakers suggest civilizing Truong Sa Archipelago

VietNamNet Bridge – National Assembly delegate Dang Ngoc Tung has suggested organizing tours to Truong Sa Archipelago (internationally known as Spratly Islands), offering logistics services for fishermen in this area and extending the runway on the Truong Sa Lon Island.

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Australia says linking sausages to tobacco risk 'a farce'

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Australia says linking sausages to tobacco risk 'a farce'

One of the world's top meat exporters Australia Tuesday ridiculed a landmark UN report linking sausages and ham to cancer, saying it was "a farce" to suggest they could be as lethal as cigarettes.

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Autopsies suggest 2 southern schoolgirls were raped: police

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Autopsies suggest 2 southern schoolgirls were raped: police

Police in southern Vietnam on Saturday said medical examiners have found signs of rape on the bodies of two schoolgirls discovered in a stream on Thursday afternoon.

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