Assembly supports civil lawsuit reform in Procedure Code
The country's lawmakers voted overwhelmingly in support of the draft amended Civil Procedure Code, which would provide for the basic principles in civil proceedings for initiating lawsuits...
The 18th General Assembly of the Confederation of ASEAN Journalists (CAJ) takes place in Viet Nam tomorrow with the participation of delegates from ASEAN and international organisations.
President hails growing trade ties, friendship with Germany on visit
President Truong Tan Sang and his Germany counterpart Joachim Gauck expressed pleasure at the rapid development of the Viet Nam-Germany strategic partnership at their talks yesterday in Berlin.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung will attend the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP 21) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris from November 30 to December 1 at the invitation of French President Francois Hollande.
President arrives in Berlin, starting State visit
President Truong Tan Sang and his entourage arrived in Berlin at 6pm (Vietnamese time) yesterday, beginning his three-day State visit to Germany at the invitation of German President Joachim Gauck.
Condolences offered for death of RoK ex-President
President Truong Tan Sang sent condolences to the Republic of Korea (RoK) over the decease of the country's ex-President Kim Young-sam on Monday.
Viet Nam, China boost practical prosecution ties
Chief Judge of the Supreme People's Court of Viet Nam Truong Hoa Binh and his Chinese counterpart Cao Jianming discussed measures to enhance procuracy ties in a pragmatic and effective manner during their working session in Beijing yesterday.
NA votes in support of transgender rights
The country's lawmakers voted to recognise the rights of people who underwent gender reassignment surgeries during a National Assembly (NA) session that took place yesterday in Ha Noi.
President in Berlin
President Truong Tan Sang and his spouse along with Viet Nam's high-ranking delegation arrived at the Berlin-Tegel International Airport yesterday.
Viet Nam, EU to officially conclude FTA talks next week
Viet Nam and the European Union (EU) will sign an agreement on the official conclusion of negotiations on a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) during a Vietnamese leader's working trip to the EU headquarters next week.
Workshop ponders East Sea challenges
A number of thorny matters stemming from the East Sea situation relating to on-the-spot developments, military strategies and international law application were raised during an international conference which closed yesterday in southern Vung Tau City.


Environmental issues hinder new rural areas Environmental issues hinder new rural areas

In the five years since the Government put in place Decision No 49/QD-TTg on 19 criteria for new-style rural areas for the 2010-20 period, the majority of communes across the nation fail to meet the 17th criterion on environment. Both local and central authorities find it difficult to fill all five norms, as set down.

Baby vaccinations remain a cause for concern Baby vaccinations remain a cause for concern

Parents are concerned about post-vaccine reactions after the recent death of babies after receiving Quinvaxem vaccine, although the Health Ministry has repeatedly confirmed the safety of the vaccine.

Photos strengthen confidence of Mong girls Photos strengthen confidence of Mong girls

Wearing her most beautiful dress, Vu Thi Vu smiles broadly as she shows to her friends one of her photos which are on display at the Can Chu Phin secondary school in Meo Vac district of northernmost Ha Giang Province.

Lack of fire safety a risk in high-rises Lack of fire safety a risk in high-rises

Negligence and ignorance of fire safety regulations by both investors and residents at high-rise buildings have again come to the fore following the latest blaze in Ha Noi.