More than 16,300 artifacts believed to date to 14th century have been unearthed in the central province of Bình Định at the former site of Vijaya, the political and cultural hub of the Champa kingdom.
An aid package from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for victims of typhoon Damrey arrived in the southern central province of Khánh Hoà Thursday morning.
Property developer, FLC Group, will organise a large-scale roadshow and seminar in South Korea.
Thousands of reservoirs across the country are facing threat of breaking as they are in full capacity due to heavy rainfalls in recent weeks.
Although Typhoon Damrey has been calm for a week, ten shipwrecks remain under the Quy Nhơn sea as ship owners struggle to rescue them.
The Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control on Friday morning asked coastal localities to prepare for a new typhoon.
A new typhoon named Haikui is building in the East Sea (South China Sea) on Friday morning, as Việt Nam struggles to rebuild the country after the damages caused by devastating Typhoon Damrey.
Dumping waste mud into Quy Nhơn City’s sea must not harm natural protection and aquaculture production areas, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Trần Hồng Hà said.
Officials from the naval command of the north central coast carry the body of a fisherman whose boat sank because of Typhoon Damrey near Quy Nhơn Port back to the mainland.
The number of dead people due to typhoon Damrey now raised to 69, 20 people higher than the Monday report of central and south central localities – where the typhoon churned through.