VOV.VN - The Military Command of Dien Bien city and sappers from the Military High Command of northern mountainous province of Dien Bien have safely defused an over 300-kg bomb left over during the war in Vietnam.
Trịnh Trần Nam Đạt spends his daily life on a bamboo mat in the middle of his home.
Authorities in the central province of Khanh Hoa have requested a new runway that is under construction at Cam Ranh international airport should become operational in 2018.
Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang has stated that the US companies and Monsanto in particular need to hold responsibility for assisting efforts to recover from Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin consequences in Vietnam.
Philippine and US troops on November 16 began their joint training exercises, which will last through December 14.
US President Barack Obama on September 6 pledged to provide Laos with US$90 million to implement a three-year project to detect and remove dozens of millions of unexploded bombs dropped by the US troops during the wartime.
The consequences of Agent Orange(AO) /dioxin, sprayed by US troops during the war in Vietnam, were highlighted in an article on the website ArgenPress of Argentina on September 4.
Kurdish Peshmerga forces retook a swath of northern Iraq late last month from Islamic State and days later American forces appeared in the area, the latest sign of increasing US military activity in the country.
The Vietnam Association of the Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) chapter in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho held a seminar expressing support for Vietnamese-French Tran To Nga in her fight for justice for Vietnamese AO victims.
Many Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin victims have overcame their misfortune and become successful entrepreneurs.
The people of Vietnam never forget Russian friends’ contributions to their great victory against the US troops, a Vietnamese diplomat in Russia said.
President Barack Obama, calling Afghanistan's security situation precarious, said on July 6 he will keep US troop levels there at 8,400 through the end of his administration rather than reducing them to 5,500 by year's end as previously planned.
The War Remnants’ Museum in Ho Chi Minh City received several valuable historic documents from writer Colonel Dang Vuong Hung during a ceremony on May 11.
A female officer in the Air Force, who was one of the first openly gay service members to get married, was identified on December 22 as being among six US troops killed by a suicide bomber near Bagram air base in Afghanistan.
Secretary of the Britain-Vietnam Friendship Society (BVFS) Len Aldis has passed away at his home at Tomlins Grove Street, London, the United Kingdom.
Plaintiff lawyers in the lawsuit against 26 US chemical companies over their supply of chemical toxins used during the Vietnam War have expressed their firm determination to follow the case, though it could last 20 years or longer.
The Obama administration is considering setting up a new military base in Iraq's Anbar province.
(VOV) -An exhibition has been held in the central city of Danang as part of activities marking the upcoming 40th anniversary of the city’s liberation (1975-2015).
Sappers have safely defused a nearly 500kg bomb which was dropped by the US troops during the war in the northern province of Phu Tho.
Vietnam has adopted a number of policies for Agent Orange (AO)/Dioxin victims, supporting them with vocational training and medical treatment.