UXO kills more than 40,000 people in Vietnam Videos

UXO kills more than 40,000 people in Vietnam

Since 1975, bombs and mines left from the war in Vietnam killed more than 40,000 people and injured 60,000 others, mainly those of working-age and children. The information was released at a press con
UXOs handled in central provinces Society

UXOs handled in central provinces

Competent agencies on March 14 successfully handled a large bomb and a naval mine discovered in the central provinces of Quang Binh and Quang Ngai.
“The 2 Sides Project” documentary screened in Hanoi Society

“The 2 Sides Project” documentary screened in Hanoi

“The 2 Sides Project”, a feature documentary that follows the journey in Vietnam of six US sons and daughters, who had all lost their fathers during the war in the Southeast Asian country, was screened in Hanoi on November 27.
Vietnam-US ties see remarkable progress in all fields: Ambassador Politics

Vietnam-US ties see remarkable progress in all fields: Ambassador

The Vietnam-US Comprehensive Partnership has seen remarkable progress over the past few years with important achievements obtained in all areas, but huge potential remains unleashed for the cooperation between the two countries, according to Vietnamese Ambassador to the US Ha Kim Ngoc.
Quang Tri: over 460 shells deactivated Society

Quang Tri: over 460 shells deactivated

Competent forces in central Quang Tri province’s Huong Hoa district have deactivated more than 460 shells, according to the provincial mobile bomb and mine clearance team under PeaceTrees Vietnam.
Dak Nong: 227kg bomb deactivated Society

Dak Nong: 227kg bomb deactivated

Competent forces in Dak Mil district of the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong, safely detonated a Mark 82 (MK82) bomb weighing 227kg on July 19.