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Leaders extend sympathies to Laos over losses by devastating floods

Leaders extend sympathies to Laos over losses by devastating floods

Party, State, Government and National Assembly leaders have extended their sincere and deep sympathies to leaders and people of Laos, especially the administrations and locals in flood-hit areas, over the losses caused by the recent devastating disaster.

EU grants 100,000 EUR to flood victims in Vietnam

EU grants 100,000 EUR to flood victims in Vietnam

The European Union (EU) on August 28 granted 100,000 EUR as relief aid to local residents effected by severe floods earlier this month in Central Highlands and Mekong Delta provinces.

Drastic measures to cope with rains, floods

Drastic measures to cope with rains, floods

VOV.VN - The standing office of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control has issued an urgent telegram to relevant ministries and media agencies regarding the need to take drastic measures in order to cope with heavy rain and flash floods in the central highlands provinces.

Heavy rains inundate over 900 houses in Cao Bang

Heavy rains inundate over 900 houses in Cao Bang

Heavy downpours in the northern mountainous province of Cao Bang from July 13 night to the next day submerged 918 local houses, said the office of the provincial steering committee on disaster response, search and rescue.

Drought forecast for central, south-central coastal provinces in 2019

Drought forecast for central, south-central coastal provinces in 2019

There is a high risk of drought in the central and south-central coastal provinces as the dry season is forecast to extend to August and even September of 2019, according to Hoang Phuc Lam, Deputy Director of the National Centre for Hydro-Meteorological Forecasting (NCHMF).

Localities asked to promptly overcome storm consequences

Localities asked to promptly overcome storm consequences

The Office of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control has asked ministries, sectors and localities to continue implementing measures to overcome consequences of rains and floods caused by Typhoon Mun, ensuring the safety of dams.

Heavy rain, floods wreak havoc in northern mountainous localities

Heavy rain, floods wreak havoc in northern mountainous localities

Downpour and floods since June 23 left one person dead and three others missing in the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau as of 6am of June 25, said the Office of the Central Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.

Natural disasters leave four dead, missing

Natural disasters leave four dead, missing

Natural calamities left four dead and missing nationwide from June 1-3, the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control reported.

Floods, landslides kill two in the North

Floods, landslides kill two in the North

As of May 29, floods, whirlwinds, and landslides in Vietnam’s northern region killed two people and injured two others, while causing heavy property losses, according to the Office of the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.

Floods damage 2,000ha of rice in Mekong Delta

Floods damage 2,000ha of rice in Mekong Delta

The annual flooding in the Mekong Delta has damaged more than 2,000ha of rice this year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Directorate of Water Resources.

Heavy rains cause big damage to Lao Cai, Ha Giang

Heavy rains cause big damage to Lao Cai, Ha Giang

Torrential rains on October 22 caused big damage to residents’ properties agriculture and infrastructure works in several communes in the northern mountainous provinces of Lao Cai and Ha Giang.

Floods leave 19 dead, missing in northern, central provinces

Floods leave 19 dead, missing in northern, central provinces

Floods and landslides in northern mountainous and central provinces have killed 15 people and left four missing, along with heavy losses in property, according to the Central Steering Committee for Natural Disaster Prevention and Control.

Lai Chau floods cause traffic gridlock

Lai Chau floods cause traffic gridlock

VOV.VN - Heavy downpours on September 2 caused a series of damaging landslides and severe floods leading to traffic congestion in several areas of the northern mountainous province of Lai Chau.

Torrential rain floods many areas in Dien Bien

Torrential rain floods many areas in Dien Bien

VOV.VN - On August 31, widespread torrential rains in the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien flooded many areas and forced local residents to pack up their belongings and evacuate their homes during the night.

Floods, landslides ravage northern localities

Floods, landslides ravage northern localities

Prolonged, heavy torrential rains in the northern mountainous province of Son La from August 28-29 have caused flash floods and serious landslides in the locality.

Devastating flashfloods cause serious damage in Dien Bien

Devastating flashfloods cause serious damage in Dien Bien

VOV.VN - Flashfloods triggered by overnight torrential rains from August 27 to the morning of August 28 left many roads blocked and inundated 80ha of paddy rice and 15ha of fish ponds in the district of Tua Chua in northern Dien Bien province with estimated losses of around VND2 billion.

One dead in Son La flashfloods

One dead in Son La flashfloods

VOV.VN - A person has died as a result of flashflooding triggered by prolonged torrential rains which have swept away many locals’ belongings in Na Noi hamlet of Phong Lang commune in the northern province of Son La.

Youth help Mu Cang Chai locals to rebuild houses

Youth help Mu Cang Chai locals to rebuild houses

VOV.VN - Around 400 youth have been giving a helping hand to local people rebuilding their houses in Co Mong, Tu San hamlets in Nam Co commune, Mu Cang Chai district, Yen Bai province in order to stabilize their lives after the recent flood damage.