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Vietnam tightens security at border station ahead of Kim Jong Un visit

21 Feb 2019

DONG DANG, Vietnam Vietnamese police have stepped up security at a remote rail station on the Chinese border where North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is expected to enter the country by train next week ahead of a summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.

Vietnam tightens security at border station ahead of Kim Jong Un visit

21 Feb 2019

DONG DANG, Vietnam Vietnamese police have stepped up security at a remote rail station on the Chinese border where North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is expected to enter the country by train next week ahead of a summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.

Survivors of Vietnam's My Lai massacre remember 'darkness and silence'

17 Mar 2018

QUANG NGAI, Vietnam It took Pham Thi Thuan a while before she could muster the courage to fetch water from across the ditch where 170 of her neighbours, most of them women and children, were killed by U.S. troops during the Vietnam War. | Video

U.S. sailors visit Vietnamese shelter for victims of Agent Orange

07 Mar 2018

DANANG, Vietnam Sailors from a U.S. aircraft carrier on Wednesday visited a Vietnamese shelter for people suffering from the effects of Agent Orange, a chemical used by the U.S. military during the Vietnam War to destroy foliage.

U.S. carrier arrives in Vietnam amid rising Chinese influence in region

06 Mar 2018

DANANG, Vietnam A U.S. aircraft carrier arrived in Vietnam on Monday for the first time since the end of the Vietnam War, dramatically underscoring the growing strategic ties between the former foes at a time when China's regional influence is rising. | Video

Typhoon tears across Vietnam, skirting key coffee region

16 Sep 2017

HA TINH, Vietnam A typhoon tore a destructive path across central Vietnam on Friday, flooding hundreds of thousands of homes, whipping off roofs and knocking out power in the country's most powerful storm in years.

Wind and rain lash Vietnam as Typhoon Doksuri hits

15 Sep 2017

HA TINH, Vietnam, Sept 15 Typhoon Doksuri lashed central Vietnam on Friday, tearing roofs from houses, knocking out power and causing localised flooding, in the country's most powerful storm in years.

Rare rallies in Vietnam say 'hands off' to China over sea row

11 May 2014

HANOI Hundreds rallied on Sunday in Vietnam's biggest cities to denounce China's setting up of a giant oil rig in the South China Sea, a rare protest likely to prolong a tense standoff between the two communist neighbors.

Rare rallies in Vietnam say 'hands off' to China over sea row

11 May 2014

HANOI Hundreds rallied on Sunday in Vietnam's biggest cities to denounce China's setting up of a giant oil rig in the South China Sea, a rare protest likely to prolong a tense standoff between the two communist neighbours.

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