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Morning Stories Roundup: Vietnam Wins 15 Golds at Maths-Science Competition

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


Saigon

– Saigon youths screened for HIV after narcotist knifing spree. [VnExpress]

– Saigon ward residents live in a house of cards. [VnExpress

Vietnam

– Vietjet Air to open Ho Chi Minh City – Pattaya route. [Dan Tri]

– Drunk, unlicensed driver responsible for fatal crash in Vietnam: police. [Tuoi Tre]

– Doctors remove meter-long tapeworm from Vietnamese man’s intestines. [Tuoi Tre]

– Vietnamese win 15 golds at maths-science competition. [Dan Tri]

– National goods booth launched on ecommerce platforms. [Saigon Times]

Other

– Climate change driving entire planet to dangerous ‘tipping point‘. [National Geographic]

– New National Stadium declared finished nearly eight months ahead of Tokyo Olympics. [Japan Times

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