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FILE - This Oct. 10, 2010 file photo shows men carrying Communist Party of Vietnam and national flags past the mausoleum of late Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh during a parade in Hanoi, Vietnam. The embalmed body of Uncle Ho, as Vietnamese affectionately call their late founding president Ho Chi Minh, can be viewed inside an enormous granite mausoleum. For many Vietnamese, the trip to Hanoi to see the famous revolutionary who liberated them from French colonial rule is considered a must-do. The mausoleum offers regular changing of the guard ceremonies, but is only open during certain hours and days. (AP Photo/Tran Van Minh, file)

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FILE - This Oct. 10, 2010 file photo shows men carrying Communist Party of Vietnam and national flags past the mausoleum of late Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh during a parade in Hanoi, Vietnam. The embalmed body of Uncle Ho, as Vietnamese affectionately call their late founding president Ho Chi Minh, can be viewed inside an enormous granite mausoleum. For many Vietnamese, the trip to Hanoi to see the famous revolutionary who liberated them from French colonial rule is considered a must-do. The mausoleum offers regular changing of the guard ceremonies, but is only open during certain hours and days. (AP Photo/Tran Van Minh, file)
FILE - This Oct. 10, 2010 file photo shows men carrying Communist Party of Vietnam and national flags past the mausoleum of late Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh during a parade in Hanoi, Vietnam. The embalmed body of Uncle Ho, as Vietnamese affectionately call their late founding president Ho Chi Minh, can be viewed inside an enormous granite mausoleum. For many Vietnamese, the trip to Hanoi to see the famous revolutionary who liberated them from French colonial rule is considered a must-do. The mausoleum offers regular changing of the guard ceremonies, but is only open during certain hours and days. (AP Photo/Tran Van Minh, file)
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