The People’s High Court in HCM City yesterday (June 5), after a two-day trial, rejected the appeals of 14 of 16 defendants charged with “terrorism to oppose the people’s administration” and retained the court’s original sentences of five to 16 years in prison issued at a trial in February.
The People’s High Court in HCM City on June 4 opened a new trial in the case of 16 people who allegedly plotted to use petrol bombs to blow up Tân Sơn Nhất International Airport as the country was preparing to celebrate Liberation Day, a national holiday which marks the liberation of the south on April 30, 1975.
Award-winning film director Huy Thành passed away while visiting his daughter in France on May 22, at the age of 90.
The Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) will host a film night presenting the award-winning movie Huyền Thoại Về Người Mẹ (Legend of Mothers) by director Bạch Diệp.
A biography on the 50-year-long career of Meritorious actress and cải lương (reformed opera) performer Mỹ Châu, who now lives in Atlanta, Georgia, USA was recently released in HCM City.
The northern port city of Hải Phòng will become vibrant again during the Hoa Phượng Đỏ (Red Flamboyant Flower) Festival to be held from Saturday to Monday.
Vietnamese shares saw a rebound on Friday thanks to strong cash flow pouring into banking and securities sectors, but investors’ hesitation still makes the market momentum unsustainable.
Việt Nam registered over 1,300 traffic accidents from March 16 to April 15, resulting in 639 fatalities and 1,009 injured people, according to the National Traffic Safety Committee.
When a nation is determined to gain independence and liberation, no amount of military strategy or force can crush their will. According to a former French foe, Việt Nam deserved independence and liberation after all that it suffered.