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-- A book titled 'Fidel Castro and Vietnam – Unforgettable Memories' was introduced on Saturday to the public in Hanoi as part of the activities to mark 60 years of the Vietnam – Cuba diplomatic relations (December 2, 1960 – 2020), the Vietnam News Agency reported.
-- Vietnam’s COVID-19 tally on Saturday night stood at 1,213, with 1,070 recoveries and 35 deaths, according to the Ministry of Health.
-- Authorities in Kien Giang Province on Saturday said they had put in quarantine the Chinese people who illegally entered Vietnam from Guangxi before traveling by car to the province's Ha Tien City in order to cross the border into Cambodia.
-- Police in Ho Chi Minh City’s Binh Tan District on Saturday told Tuoi Tre (Youth)newspaper that they had arrested Tran Gia Duc, 32, for allegedly robbing a woman and dragging her hundreds of meters on the road with his speeding motorbike.
-- The African swine fever was reported to reappear in the southern Vietnamese province of Binh Phuoc with three outbreaks after a year under control, the agricultural service center under the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development said on Saturday.
-- The People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City is planning on installing solar panels on the roofs of governmental offices in line with public policy to develop clean and renewable energy and to ensure energy security and environmental protection.
-- The third annual Peace Culture Day was held on Saturday by the Ho Chi Minh City Peace and Development Foundation on Nguyen Van Binh Book Street in District 1 in order to build positive social awareness, through exchanges with people who have good influence on society, ao dai (Vietnam's traditional costume) fitting, scholarship handover, and more.
-- Around 1,500 people on Saturday participated in a fundraising half marathon at Tam Chuc Pagoda in the northern province of Ha Nam, aimed at helping nearly 10,000 underprivileged children with treatment for their eye illness and supporting a program on eye care in school in 2020-30.