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Vietnam provides aid to Pakistani flood victims
20/08/2010 | 17:14:00
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The Vietnamese government has decided to donate 50,000 USD in emergency aid to people in the northwest of Pakistan to help them deal with the consequences of the recent floods.

The catastrophic disaster has left more than four million people homeless./.
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