Urbanist Hanoi

Vietnam Might Be Punished Next Match After Fans Set off Flares Mid-Game

Vietnam's football fanatics might harm the national team's performance during the current regional tournament.

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647 Pines Recently Poisoned in Lam Dong With Culprit Still at Large

The illegal act was likely performed by locals looking to free up the protected forest for agricultural use.

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Vietnamese Students Contribute $881m to US Economy in 2017

The US continues to be a highly sought-after destination for Vietnamese students.

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After Month-Long Delay, Vietnam Officially Allows Bamboo Airways to Take Off

Bamboo Airways will become the fifth carrier to hold a Vietnamese aviation license along with Vietnam Airlines, Jetstar Pacific, Vietjet Air and VASCO.

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Vietnam Forms Toilet Association, Seeks to Give Everyone Free Public Toilets

Vietnam is determined to improve the standard of toilets nationwide.

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Activist Diep Vuong Named Global Citizen of the Year for Work to Fight Human Trafficking

Vietnamese-American activist Diep Vuong, who used to be a refugee in the US, recently won the prestigious award for her work to stop human trafficking.

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Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh Will Settle Down in Vietnam Permanently

The influential Buddhist leader recently returned to Vietnam from Thailand after a year abroad.

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Meet Nguyen Thi That, Vietnam's First Cyclist to Ride for a Professional European Team

A female cyclist from An Giang Province recently became the Vietnamese rider to compete for a European cycling team.

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Male Drivers Are Responsible for 98.61% of Severe Accidents 2013-2017: Report

In 2017, there were around 20,000 traffic accidents and 8,279 traffic deaths, according to statistics compiled by the National Traffic Safety Committee.

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Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh Visits Vietnam After a Year Abroad

After a year abroad, Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh has returned to Vietnam for a short visit.

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Vietnam's National Brand, Valued at $235bn, Jumps 2 Places in World Ranking

Vietnam moves to No. 43 out of 100 countries this year, a two-place jump from last year, with a national brand value of US$235 billion.

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