UNSC non-permanent members forge cooperation Politics

UNSC non-permanent members forge cooperation

Representatives from the 10 current non-permanent members (E10) and the five newly-elected non-permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) met on November 25 to share experience in UNSC activities.
Defence minister hosts US National Security Advisor Politics

Defence minister hosts US National Security Advisor

Defence Minister General Ngo Xuan Lich and US National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien shared the view that the defence ties between Vietnam and the US have positively contributed to the bilateral comprehensive partnership, during their meeting in Hanoi on November 21.
COVID-19 changes domestic travellers’ habits Society

COVID-19 changes domestic travellers’ habits

COVID-19 pandemic has changed the habit and thought of tourists around the world. Recent surveys by independent organisations revealed that their behaviours and choices have changed in an unpredictable manner after the pandemic broke out.
German photographer exhibits snapshot of Hanoi chronicles Culture - Sports

German photographer exhibits snapshot of Hanoi chronicles

Renowned German photographer Thomas Billhardt has put on an exhibition his photos on Hanoi during 1967-1975. The photos, unveiled for the first time in Vietnam, bring visitors back in time over half of a century to see the capital city and its people in a memorable period of history.
Dong Tam case: Five defendants ask for clemency Society

Dong Tam case: Five defendants ask for clemency

Five people convicted in a case of disturbance that saw three police officers burnt to death in Dong Tam commune, Hanoi’s outskirt district of My Duc lodged appeals to the People’s Court of Hanoi, asking for clemency and penalty reduction.
Dong Tam case: Justice observed, consciences awakened Society

Dong Tam case: Justice observed, consciences awakened

The week-long first-instance trial of suspects charged with “murder” or “resisting on-duty officers” over a deadly incident in Dong Tam commune in Hanoi’s My Duc district has concluded, with the majority of defendants accepting the sentences they were given.
At least 15 people killed in Philippine blasts World

At least 15 people killed in Philippine blasts

At least 15 people were killed and 75 others wounded in twin explosions that rocked the southern Philippine province of Sulu on August 24, accoring to the latest announcement of the local military and police.
Quang Tri: 227-kilo bomb safely handled Society

Quang Tri: 227-kilo bomb safely handled

A mobile bomb and mine clearance team from PeaceTrees Vietnam safely handled a 227 kg bomb left over from the war in Luong Le village, Tan Hop commune, in Huong Hoa district, central Quang Tri province.
War-time bomb safely disposed Society

War-time bomb safely disposed

The Military High Command of the central province of Quang Binh, in coordination with the Mines Advisory Group project, has successfully disposed of a major bomb found in the Gianh river in the province, according to the command.