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-- Police in the southern province of Dong Nai’s Xuan Loc District on Friday said they have detained three people after being reported about a man earlier firing two shots at a house at Xuan Tho Commune due to conflicts while using TikTok.
-- Food safety watchdog in Dong Nai on Friday said they destroyed nearly 24 metric tons of rotten foods including chicken, beef and animal organs they detected at the warehouse of Long Phat Co., Ltd in Bien Hoa City.
-- Vietnam remains one of the 10 countries receiving the most remittances in the world, the Vietnam News Agency on Friday cited the recent Migration and Development Brief by the World Bank and the Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development.
-- Ho Chi Minh City’s Index of Industrial Production (IIP) in January reduced by 21.4 percent compared to the previous month, according to the city’s Department of Industry and Trade, the Vietnam News Agency reported.
-- The Giang Brothers, a Vietnamese acrobat duo best known for their balancing act, on Friday set their third Guiness World Record after blindfolded climbing 10 stairs, walking on a 40 cm wide and 10m long bridge, then descending 10 stairs while doing a -- head-to-head balancing act in one minute and 55 seconds in Milan.
-- A coffee festival will take place in Buon Ma Thuot City and other localities in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak from March 10 to 14, featuring a series of events from ceremonies, street fest, video competition to promote local coffee, photo exhibition, dugout canoe race, free coffee serving and more.
-- The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) has recently launched UNSEEN/SINGAPORE, an one-year virtual photo exhibition in collaboration with National Geographic CreativeWorks, which hopes to encourage visitors to explore the unseen beauty of Singapore through city-state’s cultural diversity and hidden spots, STB said in a press release on Friday.
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