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Vietnam to send female officers to UN peacekeeping operations

Vietnam to send female officers to UN peacekeeping operations

Vietnamese female officers are ready to join in UN international peacekeeping missions in South Sudan and Central African Republic as proposed by the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations, according to the Quan doi Nhan dan newspaper.

Truong Sa archipelago in peaceful days

Truong Sa archipelago in peaceful days

VOV.VN - Here are photos of soldiers, officers and residents of Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago taken by a reporter of Vietnam Government Portal (VGP).

447 escape from Vietnam drug rehab center

447 escape from Vietnam drug rehab center

Police in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau on April 14 morning brought 150 people back to a drug rehab center after a large group of 447 staged a chaotic scene and escaped last night.

Security camera nemesis of HCM City criminals

Security camera nemesis of HCM City criminals

Security cameras installed by citizens of several residential areas in Ho Chi Minh City have contributed to a reduction in crime as well as to their investigation.

Vietnamese, Cambodian navies boost ties

Vietnamese, Cambodian navies boost ties

Vietnam and Cambodia have agreed to boost ties between the two countries’ navy forces, including continuing joint sea patrol in order to maintain peace and stability on the two sides’ waters and the region at large.

ASEAN military officers’ unanimous stance on security challenges

ASEAN military officers’ unanimous stance on security challenges

The freshly-finished ASEAN Chiefs of Defence Forces Informal Meeting (ACDFIM) included the East Sea issue in its joint statement for the first time, showing the ASEAN military officers’ high consensus on growing security challenges in the region.

Tet gifts come to officers, people on southwestern islands

Tet gifts come to officers, people on southwestern islands

Representatives from the High Command of Naval Zone 5 and several southern localities and businesses on January 10 started visiting and presenting gifts to military officers and people on southwestern islands on the threshold of the Lunar New Year (Tet).