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Morning Stories Roundup: Vietnam Red Cross Aims to Provide 1.5m Tet Gifts to the Needy

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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

– 4,000 people to join anti-terrorism drill in HCM City. [Dan Tri]

– Former HCMC vice chairman to face trial later this month. [Saigon Times]

Vietnam

– Two Japanese navy vessels conduct friendly sweep of Da Nang. [VnExpress]

– Google trends show Vietnamese big on weather, Asian pop culture. [VnExpress]

– Vietnam Red Cross aims to provide 1.5 million Tet gifts to the needy. [Dan Tri]

– Vietnamese air carriers eye opportunities of direct flight to the US. [VietnamNet]

– Ethnic minority children disproportionately undernourished: report. [Saigon Times]

Other

– Aung San Suu Kyi pleas with court to dismiss genocide claims. [The Guardian]

– S. Korea to allow visa-less foreigners to stay up to 72 hours at regional airports. [Yonhap News

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