Electric short-circuit was cited as the main cause of the huge fire that engulfed a Taiwanese garment factory in southern Cần Thơ Province’s Trà Nóc Industrial Zone.
One foreign tourist was killed and another injured in a traffic accident on National Highway 6 through northern mountainous Hòa Bình Province.
PM Phúc has asked the Ministry of National Defence to cooperate with the ministries of transport and public security and local authorities to re-examine cars and trucks with red number plates – the vehicles assumed to belong to the army – nation wide.
Rescue forces salvaged a truck from Nhất Canal in the Mekong Delta province of Đồng Tháp's Thanh Mỹ Commune on Thursday afternoon.
At least three people were killed at 11pm on Wednesday after a motorbike hit a truck in a head-on collision on Hà Nội’s Vĩnh Tuy Bridge.
From the happiest to among the unhappiest? It is a sobering thought that Vietnam has been ranked 94th of 155 countries in the UN’s World Happiness Report 2017.
A series of serious traffic accidents throughout the country on Saturday left eight people dead and dozens injured.
The national transport sector has been told to seek ways of developing infrastructure to catch up with the growing travel demand of Vietnamese people, despite a severe shortage of capital.
A wedding turned tragic as a van carrying the groom’s relatives crashed into a truck in Hà Nam Province on Thursday morning, leaving three dead and another 14 injured.
Four men, suspected to be part of a larger crime ring, were caught red-handed by the criminal police siphoning gasoline from a tanker in HCM City on Thursday.