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-- Doctors at Nguyen Tri Phuong Hospital in Ho Chi Minh said on Friday that they had successfully removed a tumor from the stomach of a 81-year-old patient without requiring the patient to fast beforehand. The patient was discharged from the hospital three days after the operation.
-- Police in Gia Lai Province, Vietnam’s Central Highlands, arrested two people on Friday for allegedly forcing seven teenage girls into erotic massage services.
-- People flocked to some filling stations to have their motorcycles refilled in Hanoi on Friday night as several other stations were closed over short supply.
-- Authorities in Ho Chi Minh City raided a warehouse in Thu Duc City on Thursday to confiscate thousands of fake luxury fashion products, days after conducting a similar raid at several stores in Saigon Square, a popular shopping center in District 1.
-- Doctors at Tu Du l Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital said on Friday that they had successfully removed an ovarian tumor from a newborn baby who had been diagnosed with the tumor while still unborn.
-- A driver from Dak Lak Province, Vietnam’s Central Highlands, has been fined VND6.5 million (US$261) for assaulting a reporter last month while the victim was reporting on illegal parking in the area, according to local authorities on Friday.
-- Twitter Inc started a major round of layoffs on Friday, alerting employees of their job status by email after barring the entrances to offices and cutting off workers' access to internal systems overnight, according to Reuters on Friday.
-- A blood-red full moon is set to rise in the sky on the morning of Election Day, November 8, across the US, Reuters reported on Saturday.
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