Vietnamese and American veteran pilots, who were once enemies of each other in the air during the anti-US war, reunited in Hanoi on October 3 for the third time.
There is a house and workshop in Hanoi’s Hai Ba Trung district where disabled people from across the country can come for a better life.
When asked how many bridges had been built as a result of his fund-raising efforts, farmer Mai Van Vo, a former war veteran, had no idea.
A veteran Vietnamese-French film director has screened the latest part of his ‘trilogy’ depicting enslaved Vietnamese laborers in France during the 14th and 15th centuries in Hanoi last week.
The Embassy of Vietnam in Ukraine is working intensively with authorised agencies of the host country to ensure the legitimate rights of Vietnamese citizens in Lang Sen, a Vietnamese quarter in Odessa city, are being protected, stated Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Le Hai Binh.
More than 70 artists will perform in the annual 2016 Spring – Sea and Island Festival at the Youth Cultural House in Vung Tau City today as the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday approaches.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong on August 22 had a meeting with a delegation of diplomats representing more than 2,000 former officials throughout different periods and nearly 2,400 incumbent ones on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the diplomatic sector (August 28).
President Truong Tan Sang hosted a reception for a delegation of veterans from Division 313 and 314 in Military Zone 2 on the occasion of the National War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27).
Nearly 100 Vietnamese and foreigners will participate in a journalism and press workshop focused on the work of journalists during the Anti-American war in Vietnam on April 24 at the National Information Centre.
Cambodian Ambassador to Vietnam Hul Phany expressed thanks to Vietnamese volunteer soldiers for their support to the Cambodian victory over the genocidal Pol Pot regime in 1979 at a gathering of the veterans in Hanoi on April 12.
Veteran Vu Hong Sau, in Hoa Lu ward, Pleiku city, Gia Lai province, has kept returning to old battlefields on his own to find his comrades’ sets of remains though the war has ended for decades.
(VOV) - The Japan-Vietnam Friendship Association organised a special programme in Tokyo on August 10 in support of Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange/dioxin.