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Helicopter crashes in HCMC, killing 4 soldiers

16:37 | 01/28/2015

(VOV) - A Vietnam Air Force helicopter crashed during a training mission in Ho Chi Minh City in the morning of January 28, killing all four servicemen on board.

Remains of Vietnamese soldiers repatriated

15:51 | 01/27/2015

(VOV) -The remains of Vietnamese volunteer soldiers who died in Cambodian battlefields during the wartime were repatriated at a January 27 ceremony in southern Long An province’s Kien Tuong town.

Vietnam funds Cambodian artillery’s headquarters

05:51 | 01/27/2015

The Cambodian Artillery High Command inaugurated its new headquarters in Kampong Speu province, funded by the Vietnam Ministry of Defence.

US, Vietnam enhance comprehensive partnership

14:05 | 01/26/2015

(VOV) - Leading diplomats from Vietnam and the US gathered in Hanoi on January 26 for an international conference reviewing 20 years of the Vietnam-US relations.

Party establishment – historical turning-point of VN revolution

11:30 | 01/26/2015

The birth of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) on February 3, 1930 was an extremely important historical event and a significant turning-point in the history of the Vietnamese revolution, marking a brilliant milestone in the country’s development path.

US war veteran activist welcomed in Hanoi

19:03 | 01/24/2015

Vice President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (VUFO) Bui Khac Son has asked the Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) to continue its humanitarian activities in Vietnam, especially the “Veterans Initiative”.

Poor southerners to enjoy happy Tet holiday

14:49 | 01/23/2015

More than 12 billion VND (570,000 USD) is expected to be raised during a programme entitled “Xuan yeu thuong” (the beloved Spring) scheduled for February 10 in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho to help local needy soldiers and poor households enjoy a warm and happy Lunar New Year (Tet) festival.

Cambodian friendship delegation visits Bac Ninh

09:08 | 01/22/2015

Deputy Secretary General of the Office of the Royal Government of Cambodia Vann Phal asked the northern province of Bac Ninh to continue facilitating friendship activities between Vietnam and Cambodia during a working session with local authorities on January 21.

Vietnamese photographer shortlisted for int’l creative competition

16:50 | 01/16/2015

(VOV) -Tran Viet Van has become the first Vietnamese photographer who was shortlisted for the second annual London International Creative Competition (LICC) in professional photography category.

The EU and the war on terror

13:27 | 01/16/2015

(VOV) -Terrorism has cast a shadow over France, the EU, and several other countries after last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris killed 17 people. The massacres have pushed European countries closer to each other in the fight against terrorism.

Volunteer year illustrates youth enthusiasm for community activities

09:33 | 01/16/2015

The 2014 Youth Volunteer Year proved to be a success, with a series of activities held across Vietnam demonstrating the youth’s dynamism in campaigns for community interests.

Cuba hails Vietnam's reform experience

16:07 | 01/15/2015

(VOV) - Minister of Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces Leopoldo Cintra Frias spoke glowingly of Vietnam’s reform experience at a recent meeting with Vietnamese Ambassador to Cuba Duong Minh in Havana.

Vietnam Airlines cut fares on domestic flights

17:40 | 01/12/2015

(VOV) - National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines (VNA) on January 12 announced its plan to reduce fares on domestic flights with distance of less than 500 km.

Tay Son-Tam Kiet Temple declared special national relic site

15:04 | 01/09/2015

Tay Son-Tam Kiet (Three Great Heroes in Tay Son) Temple, located in the coastal central province of Binh Dinh, has been recognised as a special national relic by the Prime Minister in a recent decision alongside 13 other sites.

Fourteen special national relic sites recognized

10:53 | 01/07/2015

(VOV) -An additional 14 historical, architectural and archaeological relics nationwide have been cited as special national relic sites under the Prime Minister’s decision.