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Vietnam cave to be featured live in ‘Good Morning America’ this month

Monday, May 11, 2015, 18:14 GMT+7

A crew from the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) is currently in Vietnam to prepare for its first-ever live program that accentuates the country’s natural places of interest.

Last month the American broadcaster signed an agreement with authorities in Vietnam to feature the Southeast Asian country’s beauty spots in “Good Morning America,” a well-loved program watched by an average of six million subscribers every day.

It will be the first time that ABC has reported live from inside one of the grottos located in the central Vietnamese province of Quang Binh.

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