Man admits immigration offence in Essex lorry deaths World

Man admits immigration offence in Essex lorry deaths

Gheorghe Nica, 43, accused of manslaughter over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants whose bodies were discovered in the back of a lorry near London, the UK, last year, pleaded guilty to an immigration offence on October 7.
Vietnam, UK issue joint declaration on strategic partnership Politics

Vietnam, UK issue joint declaration on strategic partnership

Vietnam and the UK issued a “Joint Declaration on the Vietnam - UK Strategic Partnership: Forging Ahead for Another 10 Years” after the talks in Hanoi on September 30 between Vietnamese Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh and UK First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs Dominic Rabb. Following is the full text of the joint declaration.
French court to hold trial on AO lawsuit on October 12 Society

French court to hold trial on AO lawsuit on October 12

President of the Vietnam Association of Victims of AO/dioxin (VAVA) Nguyen Van Rinh has sent a letter expressing support for Vietnamese-French Tran Thi To Nga who had filed a lawsuit against 26 US chemical firms for producing chemical toxins sprayed by the US army in the war in Vietnam, causing serious consequences for the community, her children and herself.
The truth about COVID-19 Patient 17 in Vietnam Society

The truth about COVID-19 Patient 17 in Vietnam

While the international community recognises and highly values the COVID-19 prevention and control outcomes in Vietnam, as well as the Government’s efforts to minimise the pandemic’s impact on vulnerable groups, guarantee people’s right to medical treatment, and ensure no one is left behind, the story of the 17th patient infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Vietnam published on The New Yorker on September 21 has encountered public backlash due to its lack of objectivity.
Can Tho: New facility for child AO/dioxin victims handed over Society

Can Tho: New facility for child AO/dioxin victims handed over

The Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho together with sponsoring businesses on September 21 handed over a facility to care for children affected by Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin, which was built within the municipal centre for social work.
Vietnam faces risks from cyberspace: experts  Sci-Tech

Vietnam faces risks from cyberspace: experts

Domestic businesses are advised to grab chances and take the initiative to prevent and cope with risks and challenges from the cyberspace, according to the Department of Cybersecurity and High-technology Crime Prevention under the Ministry of Public Security.
Authorities search for two Vietnamese apprentices missing in typhoon in Japan Society

Authorities search for two Vietnamese apprentices missing in typhoon in Japan

The Vietnamese Consulate General in Fukouka has worked closely with authorities of Miyazaki prefecture and other relevant agencies of Japan to verify relative information and promote the search for two Vietnamese apprentices who went missing after Super Typhoon Haishen swept through Kyushu Island on early September 7.