On Hanoi’s Red River, fruitsellers forgo comfort for cash | AFP

Karaoke and communal dining help migrant workers pass the time on the cramped houseboats of Hanoi’s Red River, swapping their privacy to eke out a living selling fruit for a few dollars a day. Temporary residents of these open-air boats have left the countryside in search of higher wages in the city.

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Dead pets get earthly feast at Vietnam animal cemetery | AFP

Sausages, grapes, milk and mooncakes are laid at the gravestones of beloved cats and dogs at Hanoi’s pet cemetery — an earthly feast for the souls of dead animals believed to return from the afterlife for a meal to mark ghost month.

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Vladivostok ready to host Putin-Kim summit

Vladivostok will host Thursday a first summit between Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. The talks will be Kim’s first face-to-face meeting with another head of state since his Hanoi summit with US President Donald Trump broke down in February without a deal on the North’s nuclear arsenal. IMAGES of bridge Russky island and port in Vladivostok

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Russia for summit with Putin

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrives in Vladivostok for a first summit with Vladimir Putin, as Pyongyang seeks support in its nuclear deadlock with the United States. The talks, organised in secret and announced at the last minute, will be Kim’s first face-to-face meeting with another head of state since negotiations with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi collapsed in February.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrives in Russia

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crosses the border into Russia for a first summit with Vladimir Putin, as Pyongyang seeks support in its nuclear deadlock with the United States. The talks, organised in secret and announced at the last minute, will be Kim’s first face-to-face meeting with another head of state since negotiations with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi collapsed in February. IMAGES of Kim Jong Un welcomed by Russian officials

Bolton: ‘Greatly disturbed’ by NZ terror attack

National security adviser, John Bolton, says the White House was “greatly disturbed,” by the New Zealand terror attack. Bolton also described new North Korean allegations that he created a hostile atmosphere in Hanoi as “inaccurate.” (March 15)

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