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Indian Woman Sets New World Record for Fastest Back-to-Back Everest Ascent

An Indian mountain climber is believed to have set a new women's record for summitting Mount Everest twice in less than a week.

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Giant Japanese Machine Begins Drilling Metro Tunnel Under District 1

A huge tunnel boring machine (TBM) will begin carving out a tunnel for the metro line under District 1 today.

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Morning News Roundup: Vietnam Set to Approve Coal-Fired Power Plants Worth $7.5bn

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Vietnam Copyright Watchdog to Charge Hotels for Music on TV

Hoteliers may be violating music copyright laws unless they agree to pay licensing fees, says Vietnam's performing rights organization.

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Taiwan High Court First in Asia to Rule Same-Sex Marriage Legal

In a historic decision, Taiwan's Constitutional Court ruled Wednesday that the nation's laws prohibiting same-sex couples from marrying violates their equal protection and personal freedom.

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Morning News Roundup: Jetstar Bans In-Flight Use of Power Banks

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Remaining TPP Members Vow to Move Forward Without US

Trade leaders of the 11 remaining countries in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) have agreed to continue working to finalize the deal without US participation.

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Over Two-Thirds of Vietnamese Children Can't Swim: Expert

With summer just around the corner, Vietnamese parents and officials are watching nervously as kids dive into their water fun.

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Amid Concerns Over East Sea, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to Visit US This Month

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc will begin a visit to the United States on May 29, culminating in a stop at the White House on May 31.

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Morning News Roundup: Vietnam's Coast Guard Receives 6 US Patrol Boats

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Saigon's Street Signs Are Going Bilingual

In an effort to improve the city’s image in the eyes of tourists, Saigon officials recently unveiled a plan to make local street signs bilingual.

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