Vietnam called for strengthening protection of women and promoting their rights in Afghanistan, during a videoconference held by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on July 27.
President Tran Dai Quang hosted separate receptions in Hanoi on January 16 for newly-appointed ambassadors of Sudan, Peru, Zambia, Afghanistan, Namibia and Bolivia.
Park Hang-seo wanted a win in his debut match and Vietnamese players wanted a win under their new coach.
VOV.VN -The Vietnamese men’s football team will face off against Afghanistan in the qualifying round of the Asian Cup 2019 at 7 p.m. on November 14 in My Dinh Stadium.
Park Hang-seo is confident of securing a win for Vietnam in his first match as coach in 2019 Asian Cup qualifier clash against Afghanistan on November 14.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese national football team took part in their first day of practise under the guidance of coach Park Hang Seo in Hanoi on November 7 to prepare for the match against Afghanistan.
VOV.VN - Coach Park Hang Seo has named the 23 players called up to the Vietnamese squad for their match against Afghanistan.
VOV.VN - The Vietnam national team ended with a 1-1 draw in their first match against Afghanistan at the Asian Cup 2019 last qualifier in Dushanbe City, Tajikistan on March 28.
Vietnamese coach Nguyen Huu Thang on March 27 affirmed his team would put in all efforts to win their first match at the 2019 Asian Cup’s last qualifier.
VOV.VN -National football squad is undergoing two days’ training exercise at Central Republican Stadium in Tajikistan before playing with Afghanistan on March 28 at the third qualifying round of Asian Cup 2019.
Vietnam have been drawn in Group C for the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup 2019’s third qualification round.
A Taliban suicide bomber dressed as a laborer blew himself up at the NATO air base at Bagram north of the Afghan capital Kabul on November 12 killing four Americans and wounding at least 17 people in one of the bloodiest attacks against US forces since President Barack Obama took office.
Islamic State on October 12 claimed responsibility for a mass shooting that killed at least 18 worshippers at a shrine in the Afghan capital, raising fears of sectarian violence after a string of attacks on the country's Shi'ite minority.
A suspected car bomb on October 10 killed at least 10 police amid increased Taliban attacks on the besieged capital of the southwestern Afghan province of Helmand, with the toll expected to rise, a security official said.
French police fired tear gas and water cannon at migrants and protesters who gathered in defiance of a ban on October 1 outside the shanty town near Calais known as "the Jungle", local authorities said.
At least 38 people were killed and 28 were injured in Afghanistan after a fuel tanker collided with a passenger bus, causing a massive explosion, local officials said on September 4.
Twelve people, including seven students, were killed in an attack on the American University in Kabul that sent hundreds of students fleeing in panic, police said early on August 25, before the assault ended when two gunmen were shot dead.
US officials said on August 15, 15 inmates from the Guantanamo prison were transferred to the United Arab Emirates, the single largest transfer of Guantanamo detainees during President Barack Obama's administration.
The U.S. drone strike that killed Islamic State's commander for Afghanistan and Pakistan was the latest blow to the Middle East-led movement's ambitions to expand into a region where the long-established Taliban remain the dominant Islamist force.
The leader of Islamic State's branch in Afghanistan and Pakistan was killed in a US drone strike on July 26, a Pentagon spokesman said on August 12 after the Afghan ambassador to Pakistan announced the news to Reuters.