Prime Minister attends 26th ASEAN Summit
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung arrived in Kuala Lumpur yesterday to attend the 26th ASEAN Summit, at the invitation of his Malaysian counterpart, Najib Tun Abdul Razak.
Nation celebrates profound victory
The victory of the resistance war against the US was a triumph of military arts under the Party's sound and creative leadership, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Viet Nam (CPV) Nguyen Phu Trong said last Friday.
ASEAN focuses on post-2015 agenda
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung told the 26th ASEAN Summit meeting in Malaysia yesterday that 2015 would become a milestone in ASEAN's history, adding that it was important for the group to develop a vision for following years.
The ground breaking ceremony for the construction of the Viet Nam Bomb and Mine Action Centre (VBMAC) was held yesterday in the Thach That District of Ha Noi.
VN pushes nuclear weapons-free zones
Viet Nam's Permanent Representative to the United Nations said the country was willing to work closely with other states to strengthen nuclear weapons-free zones.
Viet Nam sends condolences over earthquake tragedy
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung extended condolences yesterday to Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala due to the mounting death toll caused by a devastating earthquake on April 25.
President attends 60th Bandung anniversary
Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang joined world leaders from some 100 Asian and African nations in a ceremony held yesterday to mark 60 years of the Asian-African Conference (1955-2015), or the Bandung Conference, in Indonesia's Bandung city.
US offers funds for bomb clearances
Minister of National Defence, General Phung Quang Thanh, has welcomed the US's move to double its funding for clearing Unexploded Ordnances (UXOs), saying it would help Viet Nam deal better with the aftermath of the war and enable people to live in peace.
New Canadian law hurtful:VN
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Hai Binh yesterday said Viet Nam "vehemently protests" Canada's passage of the S-129 Bill or the so-called Journey to Freedom Day Act.
President forges stronger ties with Asia and Africa
President Truong Tan Sang yesterday met with leaders of several Asian and African nations at the plenary and closing sessions of the 2015 Asian African Summit in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Cao Bang advised to use untapped strengths
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong yesterday said the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang has a lot of untapped potential for development.
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The HCM City-based Vietnamese American Vocational Training College (VATC) announced last week that it will forbid its lecturers from being involved in romantic relations with its students.

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Commando recalls sinking of US aircraft carrier Commando recalls sinking of US aircraft carrier

Seventy-nine-year-old former Vietnamese commando Lam Son Nao still feels uncomfortable whenever he thinks about the moment he tried to recover 84 kilos of explosives that had been left near the USNS Core aircraft carrier.

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Last year I visited George Town in Penang, Malaysia. I was excited to find a lot of similarities between it and my hometown, Hue.

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An International cuisine event will be held in the central city as a lead up to this weekend's scheduled seventh Da Nang International Fireworks Competition, a contest between teams representing five countries.

Da Nang to monitor trees with GIS 1    Da Nang to monitor trees with GIS

Da Nang plans to use the geographic information system (GIS) in the city's public tree management work, the municipal People's Committee spokesman Vo Van Thuong said.

Man detained for trafficking 15 monkeys Man detained for trafficking 15 monkeys

The Nghe An Province's environmental crimes division said this morning that it has detained a man for allegedly trafficking monkeys following a tip-off.