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Morning Stories Roundup: Pollution-Hit Hanoi Resorts to Water Trucks to Wash Away Dust

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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.


- Pollution-hit Hanoi resorts to water trucks to wash away dust. [VnExpress]

- 9,000 foreign documents on Hanoi collected. [Vietnam Plus]


- HCM City schools take libraries outdoors to encourage students to read. [Dan Tri]

- Vietnamese newborn rescued from Chinese traffickers on border. [VnExpress]

- Thaibev denies plans to sell Sabeco shares. [VnExpress]

- Tam Dao National Park pine trees illegally exploited. [Dan Tri]

- Minister says US$1 billion to be earmarked for Mekong Delta’s development. [Saigon Times]


- Eight-year-old is highest paid YouTuber, earned $35 million in 2019. [Straits Times]

- Winter solstice 2019 explained: When and why it happens. [National Geographic

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