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Morning Stories Roundup: Eight New Vietnamese Flicks to Hit Netflix

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Each morning, we select some of the most important stories from the capital, the rest of Vietnam and beyond, and digest them into short, accessible links so you can easily keep up with current affairs.


- Hanoi growers replant peach trees after Tet. [Dan Tri]

- Usually busy trade centers in Hanoi are wearing a deserted look even on weekends because of the new coronavirus scare. [VnExpress]


- Vietnam celebrities fined up to $650 over coronavirus misinformation. [VnExpress]

- Eight new Vietnamese flicks to hit Netflix. [VnExpress]

- Women’s team lose to RoK in Olympics qualifiers. [VietnamNet]

- Vietnam to import 100,000 tons of pork in Q1. [VietnamNet]

- HCMC to invest $8.4 million on equipment to tackle nCoV epidemic. [VnExpress]


- The Arctic’s thawing ground is releasing a shocking amount of dangerous gases. [National Geographic]

- Soldier on shooting rampage shot dead as Thai PM Prayut Chan-o-cha says army needs to address mental issues. [Straits Times

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