Weekly roundup: Drinking problem, gas station tricks, deadly homes

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Experts warn about a worsening scenario after finding alcohol abuse is on the rise, especially among young people.
A gas station notorious for fraudulent acts has been criticized once again for using new tricks to cheat its customers.
“It would be bad luck to say this, but if it collapses there is nothing I can do but die.”
For many animals, being rescued does not mean they will return to their habitat soon.
From dangerous driving to houses defaced by billboards, a conference laments about the changing face of Hanoi.
Officials are worried that the new restriction may violate personal rights and allow dangerous, unregulated services to thrive. 

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