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Vietnam’s deadliest karaoke bar fire kills more than 30 people

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  • A fire broke out at a karaoke complex in southern Vietnam on Tuesday night, killing 17 men and 15 women, according to the Binh Duong provincial police.
  • The initial cause of the fire came from an electrical short circuit, according to Binh Duong authorities. The incident remains under investigation.
  • Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh has urged the country to ensure safety standards at karaoke bars and other facilities prone to fires.
  • The incident marks Vietnam’s deadliest karaoke bar fire since 2016, when 13 people died in a blaze at another karaoke lounge in Hanoi.

A fire broke out at a karaoke complex in southern Vietnam, trapping customers and staff and killing at least 32 people. 

The fire emerged on the second floor of the three-story An Phu karaoke bar near Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday night, killing 17 men and 15 women, according to the Binh Duong provincial police.

Karaoke Party Turns Deadly After Man Goes on Stabbing Spree For Being Booed in Vietnam

A Vietnamese man went on a stabbing rampage, killing a fellow guest and seriously injuring another after people booed him during his karaoke performance at a wedding party in Southern Vietnam. 

According to the VNExpress (via The Guardian), 44-year-old Nguyen Ngoc Diep was in the middle of a song when other wedding guests started booing and mocking his singing.

Chinese Netizens Turn Trump And Clinton Debate Into Hilarious Karaoke Performance

Amid the serious and, at times, hostile tone of the 2nd US presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton on Sunday, netizens have noticed something peculiarly interesting in many of the photos that emerged: the candidates looked like they were performing a passionate duet. As expected, the internet decided to have a field day with it with hilarious karaoke memes.

Chinese netizens were the first to poke fun at the two candidates with the hashtag “Trump and Hillary sing love songs together” (in Chinese), which immediately began trending on Weibo after the debate.