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November 4, 1993 | Reuters
At least 39 Vietnamese were killed and 60 were injured when a fire erupted as a crowd tried to steal fuel from a burst gasoline pipeline about 60 miles east of Hanoi, the state-run Vietnam News Agency reported.
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October 30, 2002 | From Associated Press
A massive blaze tore through a large building in downtown Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday, killing at least 59 people and injuring more than 100. Firefighters battled the inferno for hours, but inadequate equipment and intense flames and heat kept them from reaching many victims trapped in the Saigon International Trade Center, a six-story building that housed shops, offices and a popular disco.
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October 30, 2002 | From Associated Press
A massive blaze tore through a large building in downtown Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday, killing at least 59 people and injuring more than 100. Firefighters battled the inferno for hours, but inadequate equipment and intense flames and heat kept them from reaching many victims trapped in the Saigon International Trade Center, a six-story building that housed shops, offices and a popular disco.
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November 4, 1993 | Reuters
At least 39 Vietnamese were killed and 60 were injured when a fire erupted as a crowd tried to steal fuel from a burst gasoline pipeline about 60 miles east of Hanoi, the state-run Vietnam News Agency reported.
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November 13, 1999 | RAY F. HERNDON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With America captivated by news of the first U.S. astronaut shot into space, few Americans paid much attention to the possibility that U.S. troops would be dispatched to a hardly heard-of, former French Indochinese protectorate called Vietnam. Our eyes were turned skyward as President John F. Kennedy made this military decision, not down into the quagmire awaiting us in Southeast Asia.
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