It is easy to “get lost” in the many attractions that the largest city in the Philippines offers, discovers Xuân Hương.
The exhibition, titled Letters and Diaries of Wartime, introduces 200 letters and diaries, with accompanying pictures, written in the resistance war against the Americans and French.
An exhibition called “Hồi Sinh Những Vùng Đất Chết” (Resurrection of Dead Lands) has opened at the HCM City War Remnants Museum
A reconstruction, made from date syrup cans, of an ancient Iraqi statue destroyed by Islamic State jihadists was unveiled in London's Trafalgar Square on Wednesday.
In a major shift in perspective, the Government is viewing small scale projects as the best, most sustainable way of tapping the nation’s hydropower potential.
After two weeks of negotiations, Russia on Thursday told the UN Security Council that there was still no agreement on a 30-day ceasefire in Syria, dimming hopes of international action to halt the carnage in Eastern Ghouta.
A wall painting project called “Fresco for the Future” is restoring the appearance of Cảnh Dương fishing village in the north-central province of Quảng Bình province after the devastation of storm Doksuri last September.
Ten years ago this month, the Bạch Mai Hospital (under the Ministry of Health) in Hà Nội began transferring technology and providing technical assistance to the remote province Yên Bái under a programme aimed at reducing people having to go to major hospitals in large cities to receive modern treatment. Hospital director Dr Nguyễn Quốc Anh reviews the programme in a talk with the Sức Khoẻ & Đời Sống (Health & Life) newspaper.
President Donald Trump declared North Korea a state sponsor of terrorism on Monday even as his top diplomat said Washington has not given up hope of a negotiated end to its nuclear standoff with Kim Jong-Un's regime.
It has been a fortnight since the Damrey storm swept over Khánh Hòa Province. But employees of local companies are still grappling with an uncertain future, as the textile factories, cashew processing plants and seafood farms where they worked were seriously damaged by the storm.