Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc met with veteran journalists and leaders of media agencies nationwide in Hà Nội yesterday ahead of the 93rd anniversary of Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (June 21).
The Transport Ministry has blamed an abnormal natural disaster for the collapse of Thia Bridge in northern Yên Bái Province on October 11, which swept away eight people.
The Prime Minister’s certificate of merit will be posthumously awarded to Vietnam News Agency (VNA)’s reporter Đinh Hữu Dư, who laid down his life while reporting the recent floods in the northern mountainous province of Yên Bái.
The body of Đinh Hữu Dư, a Vietnam News Agency correspondent in Yên Bái Province, was found near Văn Phú Bridge on Friday afternoon following two days of continuous search.
A Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reporter was swept away on Wednesday while reporting at the scene on serious floods that hit the northern mountain province of Yên Bái’s Nghĩa Lộ town.
Natural disaster forecasts should be tailored to specific locations instead of large areas, said Nguyễn Văn Khánh, vice chairman of the People’s Committee of the northern province of Yên Bái yesterday.
Lao Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith on August 11 sent sympathies to his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyễn Xuân Phúc over heavy human and property losses caused by recent floods triggered by prolonged rains in the north of Việt Nam.
This year’s natural disasters in Việt Nam have caused much severer consequences than the first seven months of 2016.
Already popular for its beautiful terraced rice fields, a district in mountainous Yen Bai province hopes to expand the tourist season with yellow canola blooms, Đinh Hữu Dư reports
Fragile suspension bridges in the mountainous districts of Yên Bái Province are threatening the lives of residents who cross them on a daily basis.