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[Photos] Saigon Is Going Green With These Smart Trashcans

If you’ve been hanging out on Nguyen Hue Boulevard recently, you probably noticed the presence of Saigon’s new “smart trashcans”.

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Officials Present Dire Environmental Indicators at Hanoi Summit on Air Pollution

Shocking information on the state of Vietnam's environment was presented at a seminar in Hanoi earlier this week.

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Saigon's Metro Construction May Be Delayed Due to Financial Setbacks

Two of Saigon’s largest infrastructure projects – including the high-profile Metro Line 1 and an environmental facility – might be delayed in the near future due to insufficient funds.

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[Video] Police Arrest Member of Gang That Vandalized Local Ice Cream Shop

Local police are making headway in their investigation into the saga of a vandalized ice cream shop.

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Traffic Accidents Killed 9,000, Seriously Injured Thousands More in Vietnam Last Year

In Vietnam, traffic accidents remain one of the leading causes of deaths, but the country still hasn’t done enough to stress the importance of road safety to its citizens.

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Morning News Roundup: Hoi An Seeks to Control Tourism Boom on Protected Islands

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China Launches First Domestically Built Aircraft Carrier

China’s navy received a major boost to its capabilities after launching its first domestically designed and produced aircraft carrier earlier today.

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Morning News Roundup: Vietnam's Car Market Has 2nd-Fastest Growth in World

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Vietnam's First Waste-to-Energy Plant Starts Operations in Hanoi

Vietnam’s first waste-to-energy plant is now ready for commercial operations.

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Saigon Welcomes Dedicated 'Jewelry Street' in District 5

In another effort to enhance the city’s image, Saigon authorities have greenlit the establishment of a jewelry street in District 5.

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