Greenland ice loss may be worse than predicted

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Greenland ice loss may be worse than predicted

A warming planet may lead to swifter ice loss on Greenland's ice sheet, and faster sea level rise for the rest of the world than previously predicted, scientists said Monday.

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Small livestock farmers cheated

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Small livestock farmers cheated

Small livestock farmers in Viet Nam are being robbed off due benefits to the tune of US$94 million a year, experts say.

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Small livestock farmers cheated

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VietNam News English 1 week(s) ago

Small livestock farmers in Viet Nam are being robbed off due benefits to the tune of US$94 million a year, experts say.

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'Sugar worse than salt' row erupts

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'Sugar worse than salt' row erupts

Scientists have clashed over claims that sugar may be worse for blood pressure and heart health than salt.

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Police use stun batons to subdue fans jostling for Vietnam-Malaysia game tickets

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Police use stun batons to subdue fans jostling for Vietnam-Malaysia game tickets

Chaos broke out in Hanoi on Saturday when fans started lining up to buy tickets for the return game between Vietnam and Malaysia in the semifinals of the 2014 Southeast Asian Football Championship, or AFF Suzuki Cup, with police officers even resorting to stun batons.

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China falls in corruption ranking despite Xi's crackdown

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Báo Thanh Niên English 2 week(s) ago

Corruption in China may be getting worse, according to a survey by Transparency International. In its annual Corruption Perceptions Index, the Berlin-based watchdog found that China dropped four points, to 36, on a scale from zero, or highly corrupt, to 100, or very clean, over last year. Bloomberg's Rosalind Chin reports on "On The Move Asia."

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Rare optimism ahead of climate talks in Lima

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Báo Dân Trí English 2 week(s) ago

Energized by new targets set by China and the United States, the world's top climate polluters, U.N. global warming talks resume Monday with unusual optimism despite evidence that human-generated climate change is already happening and bound to get worse.

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Escaping a fate that's worse than death

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Escaping a fate that's worse than death

VietNamNet Bridge – Vang Thi D, a 17-year-old schoolgirl, fell in love with a man named Tu that she met on Facebook.

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Escaping a fate that's worse than death

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Escaping a fate that's worse than death

The most rewarding illegal trade after drugs and weapons, human trafficking flourishes in the fertile soil of poverty and ignorance. A mere law and order approach cannot solve this problem, experts say.

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US cartoons re-animate Ha Noi screens

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US cartoons re-animate Ha Noi screens

VietNamNet Bridge – The American tradition of Saturday Morning Cartoons may be over, but in Ha Noi TVs are keeping pace with kids' appetite for American cartoon classics for better or for worse. Lucy Sexton reports.

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Consumer confidence slightly softer in October

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Consumer confidence slightly softer in October

(VOV) -Vietnam Consumer Confidence has fallen slightly to 134.7 points (down 0.3% m/m) in October, according to latest report by ANZ-Roy Morgan.

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Obama says Ebola travel ban could make things worse

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Báo Thanh Niên English 2 month(s) ago

U.S. President Barack Obama uses his weekly address to discuss the misinformation on Ebola and what the U.S. is doing to combat the deadly virus.

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Obama says Ebola travel ban could make things worse

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Obama says Ebola travel ban could make things worse

WASHINGTON, Oct 18 - President Barack Obama on Saturday urged Americans to avoid hysteria over Ebola, and played down the idea of travel bans from Ebola-ravaged countries in West Africa, explaining that restrictions could make things worse.

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Injured Trieu to miss game against South Korea

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VietNam News English 2 month(s) ago

A thigh injury will prevent Tran Huu Dong Trieu from playing in the opening match of the Asian Football Confederation U19 Championship between Viet Nam and South Korea tomorrow.

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CDC: Dallas Ebola patient 'taken a turn for the worse'

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Báo Thanh Niên English 2 month(s) ago

Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the CDC, says the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. has "taken a turn for the worse."

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