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Created 28 October 2009
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Vietnamese student to sue US cops for violent acts

A Vietnamese student will sue San Jose police officers for using excessive force when arresting him on suspicion of assaulting his roommate, his attorney said in a telephone interview with Tuoi Tre.
   
Created 26 October 2009
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Avowals of love criss-cross historic sites

Historic monuments like the Hoa Phong and But towers are covered by declarations of undying love by young people.
   
Created 26 October 2009
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Thirty-one on gang crime trial in SW China

Thirty-one people went on trial Monday on charges of gang-related crimes in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality.
   
Created 26 October 2009
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Swine flu claims four more lives

The health ministry on Friday confirmed another four influenza A (H1N1) deaths, bringing the country's death toll to 31 since the disease was first detected here in May.
   
Created 26 October 2009
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A/H1N1 flu declared as national emergency in U.S.

In spite of the rain, people are waiting in lines to get A/HIN1 vaccines in Chicago, America.U.S. President Barack Obama has declared the fast-spreading A/H1N1 flu a "national emergency," the White House said on Saturday.
   
Created 25 October 2009
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Newspaper expos? focuses attention on people behind child beggar bands

The herders share out the money they earn from exploiting the children. Most every visitor to the Third World has become used to seeing child beggars. At first encounter, it's a shock, but in time the urchins seem to become just another unsolvable social problem, hardly more visible to the expatriates than to the local folk.

   
Created 25 October 2009
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Health ministry to import H1N1 vaccines

Vietnam is preparing to import 500,000 doses of influenza A (H1N1) virus vaccines in the fourth quarter of the year, Tran Duc Long, head of the Health Ministry’s Legal Affairs Department said on Wednesday.
   
Created 23 October 2009
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Dengue look-alike infects Hanoi

So far, 60 percent of patients with classic dengue symptoms have tested negative for dengue, according to Vu Sinh Nam, deputy director general of the Preventive Health and Environment Department.
   
Created 22 October 2009
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Optimism but no end in sight after HIV vaccine trial

Injecting drug users rehabilitation at Tien Lang-Hai Phong. There was cautious optimism in Vietnam last month when a trial HIV vaccine in Thailand appeared to provide some protection against the deadly.

   
Created 21 October 2009
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Trafficked ant-eaters seized in northern Vietnam

Police in the northern port city of Hai Phong Monday night caught 59 pangolins, two of them dead, as they were being carried to a local company warehouse.

   

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