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While demand for imported agricultural produce is high in Europe, the ongoing pandemic is causing problems for exporters in Vietnam and throughout Asia, leading to a possible disruption in supply.
Recent news of a maths professor at a US community college asking one of his students to “Anglicise” her name made headlines around the world, while the offending email was widely shared on social media.
The move follows clashes with residents who tried to break through a police cordon.
The HCMC Department of Customs teamed up with various competent forces to examine four packages sent from Europe to Vietnam on June 16 and confiscated over nine kilograms of ecstasy pills worth VND20 billion,
The researchers say the death toll would have been 'huge' without a lockdown.
A giant fund is proposed, some of it raised on capital markets, but several countries express doubts.
President Emmanuel Macron wants France to become the top producer of clean vehicles in Europe.
The council of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes chose Marie Cau as their new mayor on Saturday.
European markets rose on the bailout deal news, which sees Germany take a 20% stake in the firm.
Jogging in a Madrid park, having a Czech beer, taking a Greek ferry - Europe is opening up more.
Foreign visitors to Spain will no longer have to undergo a two-week quarantine from 1 July, the government has announced.
The figure of 29,427 deaths is 'a massive tragedy', the foreign secretary says, but steers clear of comparisons.
A French doctor says tests on samples from patients show the virus was present last year.
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Thai newspaper Siam Sports has published an article which lavishes praise on Vietnamese midfielder Pham Duc Huy, stating that the Hanoi FC player has rejected the chance to join Chonburi FC in the Thai League 1 in favour of a move to Europe instead.
On Tuesday, Italy recorded a drop in the number of people currently infected for the second day in a row.
The small but symbolic fall is a 'positive development' in the fight against the virus, officials say.
Medics at one of the capital's busiest hospitals tell of services on the brink and becoming infected.