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Vietnam plans to expand Cam Ranh airport

The Vietnam Airlines Corporation is planning to expand Cam Ranh International Airport as the increasing popularity of the resort town of Nha Trang has nearly overloaded the airport.

The Vietnam Airlines Corporation is planning to expand Cam Ranh International Airport as the increasing popularity of the resort town of Nha Trang has nearly overloaded the airport. Under the expansion project estimated at some VND4.5 trillion (US$211 million), the airport will get the second runway and a new terminal …

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Ha Long relocates houseboat people

There are 626 private houseboats in Ha Long Bay, home to more than 2,100 people. Of the 462 households who are registered residents of Ha Long City, 364 will be moved inland under the project

HA NOI — Authorities in Ha Long City in the northern province of Quang Ninh will move 143 out of 462 houseboats on Ha Long Bay to a new resettlement area on Thursday. The Ha Long City People’s Committee has completed 364 resettlement apartments in a fishing village in Ha …

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Vietnam’s center for caffeinated calm

Nguyen Thanh Truc converted his boyhood home into [a] café about two years ago

For most of the world’s history, the coffee house has been a place for regular people to get hepped up on caffeine and vent political steam. But there’s more than enough of that on the street these days. With the Chinese blasting our boys with water cannons off the coast …

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Ho Chi Minh City welcomes students of Vietnamese cuisine

Waka Takesue of Japan cooks canh chua ca loc (sour soup with snakehead fish) at the Vietnam Cookery Center in Ho Chi Minh City.

Rebecca Beaufour opened a jar of fermented fish paste with great hesitation and frowned at the powerful aroma. The French teenager wasted little time studying the new ingredient further. Instead, she hurled a spoonful into a pot of boiling broth below her. Then she wheeled around with a cleaver and began smashing …

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Lahm says Germany must improve defence

Germany captain Philipp Lahm on Wednesday said his side must drastically improve their defence or risk an early World Cup exit.

Germany captain Philipp Lahm on Wednesday said his side must drastically improve their defence or risk an early World Cup exit. “We have to work especially on our defence,” the Bayern Munich star told German daily Bild with Germany facing Portugal in their opening Group G game on June 16 …

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Water shortage grips Kien Giang island

The annual water shortage has affected thousands of residents in the southern province of Kien Giang's Kien Hai island district, but local authorities have no solution for the repeated situation

The annual water shortage has affected thousands of residents in the southern province of Kien Giang’s Kien Hai island district, but local authorities have no solution for the repeated situation. Luong Quoc Binh, chairman of the district’s People’s Committee, stated that Kien Hai District comprised 23 islands, but only three …

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