Vietnam News Today (Nov. 24): Top Vietnamese Legislator Arrives in Manila for Official Visit to Philippines

Vietnam News Today (Nov. 24): Top Vietnamese Legislator Arrives in Manila for Official Visit to Philippines

Vietnam News Today (Nov. 24): Vietnam reports 546 new Covid-19 cases on November 23; Hanoi’s new walking space to offer visitors unique culinary and cultural experience; Top Vietnamese legislator arrives in Manila for official visit to Philippines; Workshop spotlights business chances in Vietnam for Belgian firms.
Vietnamese Woman Opens Successful Restaurant in Manila

Vietnamese Woman Opens Successful Restaurant in Manila

Residing in the Philippines to live with her American husband, Nguyen Len misses the atmosphere of crowded restaurants in Vietnam. A home-style restaurant was therefore born to satisfy her nostalgia and to promote Vietnamese cuisine.
Manila to be placed on lockdown, Philippine diplomat at UN tested positive for coronavirus

Manila to be placed on lockdown, Philippine diplomat at UN tested positive for coronavirus

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced plans on Thursday (Mar 12) for a sweeping lockdown of the capital's 12 million people, while a female diplomat from the Philippines mission to the United Nations tested positive for coronavirus.
"Disgruntled" former guard holds 30 people hostage in Manila shopping mall

"Disgruntled" former guard holds 30 people hostage in Manila shopping mall

A man was shot and about 30 people taken hostage on Monday (Mar 2) by a "disgruntled" ex-security guard at a shopping mall in Manila, the capital of the Philippines.
Philippine volcano shuts down Manila, triggering tsunami warning

Philippine volcano shuts down Manila, triggering tsunami warning

Schools and businesses on Jan 13 shut across the Philippine capital - Manila as a volcano belched clouds of ash across the city while seismologists warned an eruption could happen at any time, potentially triggering a tsunami, according to Reuters.
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World Jewish Congress joins Indian Govt to Mourn Victims of 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks World

World Jewish Congress joins Indian Govt to Mourn Victims of 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks

World Jewish Congress (WJC) has joined the Indian government to mourn the lives of 166 innocent victims who were killed in deadly Mumbai terrorist attacks on 26 November 2008. According to the World Jewish Congress, the terrorist attack shook the human conscience and drew widespread global condemnation and the Jewish community, equally became a target during the attacks.
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