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Vietnamese patient suspected of Ebola has only malaria

The Vietnamese man suspected of having Ebola after returning to Vietnam from Guinea a week ago and coming down with a high fever has been confirmed as having malaria, health authorities reported on Sunday.

The Vietnamese man suspected of having Ebola after returning to Vietnam from Guinea a week ago and coming down with a high fever has been confirmed as having malaria, health authorities reported on Sunday. The second real-time PRC test performed by the Central Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology showed that …

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More room for Vietnam-India defense ties next year: Indian expert

Vietnam and India will have greater possibilities for boosting their defense cooperation in 2015, according to Indian Professor S.D. Muni, a special expert in Vietnam-India relations at the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses.

Vietnam and India will have greater possibilities for boosting their defense cooperation in 2015, according to Indian Professor S.D. Muni, a special expert in Vietnam-India relations at the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses. The Indian professor offered that opinion in a recent interview with the Vietnam News Agency following …

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Binh Duong win Mekong Champs

Striker Nguyen Anh Duc.

Striker Nguyen Anh Duc scored a double in Becamex Binh Duong’s 4-1 win over Myanmar champions Ayeyawadi United yesterday in Binh Duong Province. The win meant that the host team triumphed in the four-side Mekong Football Championship at Go Dau Stadium. Binh Duong’s newcomer Ganiyu Bolayi Oseni opened the result …

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Suspected rhino horn found in luggage

Nearly 7kg of suspected rhinoceros horns were found in the luggage of three women arriving here from Bangkok last Saturday.

 Nearly 7kg of suspected rhinoceros horns were found in the luggage of three women arriving here from Bangkok last Saturday. Arrested were Vuong Minh Thu, Duong Thi Thuy Hien and Bui Thi Xien. Customs officials at Noi Bai International Airport inspected their luggage and confiscated six animal horns for further …

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Hotels join competition to celebrate culinary culture

12 hotels from Ha Noi and HCM City will join in a competition to celebrate culinary cultures.

HCM CITY  — Twelve four- and five-star hotels in Ha Noi and HCM City will take part in the “Exceptional Taste Award” competition to celebrate culinary cultures. Launched by the Business Review Magazine, the award honours exceptional tastes from across the world, with participating restaurants preparing a range of meals …

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Islamic State kills 85 more members of Iraqi tribe

Islamic State kills 85 more members of Iraqi tribe

BAGHDAD, Nov 1 – Islamic State has executed 85 more members of the Albu Nimr tribe in Iraq, a tribal leader and security official said on Saturday, part of a mass killing campaign launched last week to break local resistance to the group’s territorial advances. Tribal chief Sheikh Naeem al-Ga’oud …

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Photographers get flash of inspiration

Photographers get flash of inspiration

Young people interested in pursuing photography can enter a 48-hour photo project and work with experienced, professional photographers in Ha Noi. Entitled I Love My City My People, the 48-hour project will offer those between 18 and 27 a chance to improve their photography skills. French photographer Nicolas Cornet, who …

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