VOV.VN - Investigators scrambled this morning (June 30) to find out who planted a bomb that rocked a bustling city of Tuy Hoa neighbourhood at about daybreak in the south central coastal province of Phu Yen.
There is no information that any Vietnamese nationals were affected by twin blasts in Jakarta on May 24, Vietnamese Ambassador to Indonesia Hoang Anh Tuan told Vietnam News Agency.
Vietnamese police have attributed the explosion of a sleeper bus on February 21 to explosives following a preliminary probe.
VOV.VN -Officials confirm that one person was killed and two injured in an explosion at a construction shop in the city of Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa Province.
At least 12 Pakistani workers were killed and more than 50 injured on November 1 after a huge blast ripped through an oil tanker at a ship-breaking yard, trapping others inside the vessel.
A powerful blast at a prefabricated house in northwestern China on October 24 killed at least seven people and injured 94, state news agency Xinhua said.
Five suspects have been arrested in connection to a grenade attack that injured four people in Phnom Penh on September 6.
Investigators on September 18 sifted through blast remnants, examined video and scoured the scene of an explosion that wounded 29 people in Manhattan, attempting to establish if there were any links to international terrorism.
A bomb exploded in Cambodia’s capital city of Phnom Penh on September 6, injuring three people.
Philippine police have taken into custody a man who may be involved in September 2 night's blast that killed 14 people and injured nearly 70 others in the southern city of Davao.
An explosion at a packed night market in the home city of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte killed at least 12 people on September 2 and wounded dozens more, officials said, but the cause of the blast was not immediately clear.
Thailand’s police force on August 19 identified a Thai man as a suspect in a wave of bombings that killed four people and wounded dozens in seven southern provinces.
Thai police affirmed on August 14 that they know who was behind a series of bombings that rocked well-known tourist destinations across the south.
VOV.VN - No Vietnamese have been reported injured in a string of bomb blasts that hit popular tourist destinations in southern Thailand, Vietnam Ambassador Nguyen Tat Thanh has reported.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered the intensification of security in densely-populated cities and areas, especially tourist destinations, across the country.
An explosion at a power plant in China killed at least 21 people and injured five on August 11, state media said, the latest deadly industrial accident in a country that struggles with poor safety standards.
An explosion killed at least one person and injured 12 others near the German city of Nuremberg on July 24 and authorities said it was believed to be intentional.
A suspected pipe bomb injured 25 people on a passenger train in the Taiwanese capital late on July 7, officials said.
President Tran Dai Quang on July 4 cabled a message of condolence to his Iraqi counterpart Fuad Masum over a terror bombing in the Iraqi capital of Bagdad that claimed the lives of 165 people and wounded 131 others.
The coach blast that killed eight people and injured three in Laos on June 2 might have been triggered by fireworks stored on the coach, according to the Vietnam’s Consulate General in Laos’ South-Central region.