VOV.VN -Popular Korean pop star and actor Rain will return to Vietnam for the fourth time to perform at the We friend concert 2019, which is scheduled to take place at the Military Zone 7 stadium in Ho Chi Minh city on June 1.
President-elect Donald Trump on November 20 assessed several more contenders for top US posts including Chris Christie and Rudy Giuliani, as blunt-spoken retired Marine Corps General James Mattis emerged as a leading candidate for defense secretary.
Iraqi government forces launched a U.S.-backed offensive on October 17 to drive Islamic State from the northern city of Mosul, a high-stakes battle to retake the militants' last major stronghold in the country.
The US military detected a failed the Democratic People's Republic of Korean (DPRK) test launch of an intermediate ballistic missile, the Pentagon said on October 15.
The US military launched cruise missile strikes on October 13 to knock out three coastal radar sites in areas of Yemen controlled by Iran-aligned Houthi forces, retaliating after failed missile attacks this week on a US Navy destroyer, U.S. officials said.
Pockets of Taliban fighters held out overnight against Afghan government forces in the northern city of Kunduz, a police official said on October 4, a day after the militants pushed deep into the city center.
The Pentagon said on September 16 that a US-led coalition air strike on Sept. 7 killed an Islamic State leader who oversaw the militant group's propaganda.
Japan will step up its activity in the contested South China Sea through joint training patrols with the United States and bilateral and multilateral exercises with regional navies, Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada said on September 15.
The Pentagon confirmed on September 12 that Islamic State leader Abu Muhammad al-Adnani was killed in a US air strike on Aug. 30 in Syria.
The notes are handwritten on a legal pad and provide a verbatim account of the shock, pain and grim determination aboard Air Force One on Sept. 11, 2001.
The U.S. military has withdrawn from Saudi Arabia its personnel who were coordinating with the Saudi-led air campaign in Yemen, and sharply reduced the number of staff elsewhere who were assisting in that planning, U.S. officials told Reuters.
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.
Five US special operations members were wounded while working with Afghan special forces in an operation to clear areas controlled by Islamic State in eastern Afghanistan, the top US military commander in Afghanistan said on July 28.
China is expected to add substantial military infrastructure, including surveillance systems, to artificial islands in the East Sea this year, giving it long-term "civil-military bases" in the contested waters, the Pentagon said on May 13.
An air strike by a US-led coalition killed a senior Islamic State official in Iraq last week, a Pentagon spokesman said on May 9.
The United States will send more troops to Iraq and will put them closer to the front lines of battle there to advise Iraqi forces in the war against Islamic State militants.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea off its east coast city of Wonsan early on March 10, flying approximately 500 km (300 miles), the Republic of Korea's military said.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea’s (DPRK) recently launched satellite is once again tumbling in orbit, after stabilizing briefly, according to a US official and other sources.
Nearly two dozen nations gather on February 2 to plot their fight against the Islamic State militant group in Syria and Iraq and how to choke off its rise in Libya.
President Barack Obama will ask Congress for US$755 million in his budget next week to jumpstart cancer research in a "moonshot" push to find cancer cures and treatments, the White House said on February 1.