While the Vietnamese Government has taken measures to control the spread of the virus and doctors and nurses are working around the clock in quarantined areas, online fake news and rumours have been raising fear in society, harming community’s health and distorting public understanding.
The man allegedly groomed the children by giving them cigarettes and soft drinks before abusing them. This is not just unacceptable and unforgivable, but the real shocking factor is that this man was supposed to be in a position of trust. He was there to protect the youngsters, not abuse them.
Following the tragic lorry deaths in Essex, some 28 families from central provinces of Nghệ An and Hà Tĩnh have reported to local authorities that they are no longer in contact with relatives who were supposed to be en route to the UK. Mark Brown, the officer in charge of International Organisation for Migration (IOM) Việt Nam, talks exclusively to Việt Nam News reporter Khoa Thư about illegal smuggling in the country and what the government can do to prevent similar cases.
Photos of a simple school opening ceremony in the remote Tắk Pổ Village in the mountainous Nam Trà My District of central province of Quảng Nam went viral in recent days
Thanh Xuân District should spend more time ensuring the well-being of the people, not who is authorised or not authorised to make a call – it’s simply not appropriate, especially when people are getting tired of the bureaucracy that is often decried for sluggishness and lacking compassion.
Frustration, pain, heartache and above all else, anger. Just a few of many emotions people are feel right about now after hearing the tragic news a six-year-old boy died after he was left on a school bus in Hà Nội on Tuesday.
Stepping out of their doors into the scorching heat last week, Hanoians choked on the foul smell of piles of trash left on the streets. The usual destination for Hà Nội’s rubbish, Nam Sơn Waste Treatment Complex, had been blocked by local residents, preventing garbage trucks from entering the site.
The Đà Lạt I know is the city of thousands of pine trees, the city of fog, an ideal hideaway from the hustle and bustle city life – who would like to come to Đà Lạt if it’s a copy of Hồ Chí Minh City?