The Ministry of Finance is proposing a sweeping ban on the export of raw minerals, a move that would indicate an escalation of the Government’s generally negative stance on a practice that generates little value while causing environmental devastation.
Injury, disease, and hunger caused by armed conflict in Africa may have killed as many as five million children under five from 1995 to 2015, said a study on Friday.
Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange have once again had their hopes for justice rekindled. But despite the recent landmark ruling against Monsanto in a San Francisco court, major obstacles remain on the path towards justice.
Kindergartens, primary schools and secondary schools in mountainous areas of the Central Province of Nghệ An were unable to open for the new school year after devastation caused by Typhoon Bebinca, Vietnam News Agency reported.
The flood toll in India's southern tourist hotspot of Kerala jumped to 67 after another 25 deaths were reported on Wednesday, with more than 50,000 people seeking shelter in relief camps, a state official said.
Senior members of President Donald Trump's administration visited California Monday as blazes that have killed at least eight people continued to cut a catastrophic swathe through the country's most populous state.
On behalf of the people of Việt Nam, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday transferred US$100,000 to victims of the recent Japan floods.
The Greater Mekong region, once the world’s most densely forested area, has lost a third of its natural forest cover and will lose another third by 2030 unless action is taken immediately, according to a new World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) report said.
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.