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    Book on village saints in Hanoi published

    The National Political Publishing House has just released a new book featuring profound studies on legends of 130 village saints in Thang Long – Hanoi.

    Religious people: Accompanying the nation

    Beliefs and religions are a spiritual need of a segment of the population. Vietnam regards freedom of religion as a demonstration of human rights.  The country’s policies and guidelines have been adopted to ensure the exercise of the right of every citizen to practice their beliefs while making contributions to nation building and defense.

    Vietnam to Refuse Visitors From UK, Schengen Countries

    (Reuters) Vietnam will stop issuing tourist visas to citizens from Europe’s Schengen area and Britain starting from Sunday, amid concerns over the spreading coronavirus, state media reported on Friday.

    Kerr on target again as Australia rout Vietnam to earn ticket to Olympic

    HONG KONG -- Australia sealed their place in the Tokyo Olympics’ women’s football tournament on Wednesday as a 2-1 away win over Vietnam completed a 7-1 aggregate victory.

    Photo exhibition on well-known Vietnamese artists

    NDO – A photo exhibition, displaying 30 black and white photographs which are precious photographs on famous Vietnamese artists, opened on February 22 at Ngon Garden, No. 70 Nguyen Du Street, Hanoi.

    “I love Banh mi Sai Gon” week underway in HCM City

    “I love Banh mi Sai Gon” (I love Saigon bread) programme is taking place in Ho Chi Minh City from March 24 to 31.

    Vietnam’s anti-COVID-19 song excites ‘Last Week Tonight’ host, int’l viewers

    A Vietnamese parody song to educate people on how to keep good personal hygiene and protect oneself from the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has captured international attention after it was featured in a popular American television program.

    Flute kites: A way to create a symphony in the sky

    Kite flying is a popular childhood game for many Vietnamese people in rural areas.

    Three F1 team members tested for virus at Australian GP

    Three staff members of Formula One teams have been isolated at the Australian Grand Prix while tests are conducted to see if they have coronavirus, officials said on Wednesday.

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