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How India marshalled its resources to contain deadly COVID wave

NEW DELHI — Strong political leadership and earnest implementation of policies by a committed bureaucracy have been two key factors in India's relative success in containing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, a senior health official said.

How India marshalled its resources to contain deadly COVID wave - World -  Vietnam News | Politics, Business, Economy, Society, Life, Sports - VietNam  News

 
Created 09 October 2021
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Singapore opens quarantine-free travel to major countries, eyes Covid-19 'new normal'

Singapore is opening its borders to more countries for quarantine-free travel as the city-state seeks to rebuild its status as an international aviation hub, and prepares to live with Covid-19.

Singapore opens quarantine-free travel to major countries, eyes Covid-19 'new normal'

   
Created 09 August 2021
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54th founding anniversary of ASEAN: Gold tested in fire

Through global ups and downs over the past more than five decades, the role and mettle of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have been reinforced and sharpened, making the bloc more complete and become stronger, Vietnamese Minister of Foreign Affairs Bùi Thanh Sơn has stressed in an article on the occasion of the association’s 54th founding anniversary (August 8, 1967-2021).

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Created 07 August 2021
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EU promises more Covid vaccines for Southeast Asia

The European Union said it has supplied 33 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines to Southeast Asia and plans to provide more.

EU promises more Covid vaccines for Southeast Asia

   
Created 07 August 2021
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28th ASEAN Regional Forum spotlights dialogue, responsibility, cooperation goodwill

The 28th ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF-28) took place virtually on August 6 as part of the 54th ASEAN Foreign Ministers' Meeting (AMM 54) and Related Meetings.

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Revisiting ASEAN-Korea Relations on the 54th ASEAN Day

This coming Sunday, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) celebrates the 54th “ASEAN Day.” For over half a century, ASEAN Member States (AMS) have promoted multilateral dialogue and cooperation. Embracing globalisation, many countries in the region enjoyed explosive economic growth and have collectively emerged as the 5th largest economy in the world.

   
Created 31 July 2021
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China's declining population: a ripening crisis in the making

China has witnessed unprecedented growth of economy in the past few decades serving as manufacturing and production hub of the world.

People pick up children from a school in Beijing, China, April 6, 2021. Photo by Reuters/Thomas Peter.

 
Created 31 July 2021
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China fights Covid-19 surge as Japan extends emergency during Olympics

Hundreds of thousands of people in China were in lockdown Friday as the country battled its worst Covid-19 outbreak in months, while Japan, a week into the Olympics, extended its state of emergency.

China fights Covid-19 surge as Japan extends emergency during Olympics

   
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Seoul closely monitoring N. Korea as leader out of public view again

South Korea is closely watching the whereabouts of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, the unification ministry said on Friday, as his absence from public view has stretched to three weeks once again.

 Seoul closely monitoring N. Korea as leader out of public view again

   

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