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13 Oct 2020
Around a year after the tragedy in which 39 Vietnamese migrants were found dead inside a truck in Essex, UK, the victims' families could not forget the pain of losing their loved ones, but many don't want blame the accused smugglers that are currently on trial in London for the appalling tragedy.
27 Apr 2020
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29 Mar 2020
A densely populated neighbor of China, Vietnam has a weak healthcare system and a low budget for combatting the coronavirus. So how has it managed to keep its COVID-19 infection rate so low?
13 Feb 2020
Vietnamese authorities block the access to Son Loi commune in Vinh Phuc province, home of some 10,600 people, where five residents have been tested positive to the COVID-19 virus. The quarantine starts on February 13 and will last for 20 days.
24 Nov 2019
Nigeria is partnering Vietnam for mutual benefit in the area of bilateral relations.
4 Nov 2019
Two people were arrested in Vietnam and one in Ireland as the UK probes deaths of 39 migrants discovered in Essex. All victims are now believed to be Vietnamese. Police called on two haulier brothers to come forward.
6 Jun 2019
Vietnam has emerged as the biggest beneficiary as importers in China and the US look to skirt tit-for-tat tariffs, a report shows. But it warns the findings don't tell the full story of the overall impact of the dispute.
24 May 2019
Toothless and nearly blind, a 99-year-old grandmother refuses to leave her plot of land even after officials demolished her home -- an extraordinary holdout against communist Vietnam's coal expansion projects.
26 Feb 2019
Kim Jong Un has arrived in Vietnam for a much-anticipated second face-to-face meeting with US President Donald Trump. Trump has said the US is still pursuing the denuclearization of the hermit nation.
23 Jan 2019
Vietnamese authorities have recently passed a law requiring social media censorship of "anti-state" content. Dissident artists and activists fear that their space for expression and protest will soon vanish.
25 May 2018
Vietnam is a nation of football fans. In the rural area of Pleiku, a school is training young players with the aim of building a national team that will one day qualify for the World Cup.
24 Apr 2018
The possibility that you are watching this video on a smartphone made in Vietnam is very high. Mobile phones have become Vietnam’s number one export, generating export revenues of more than $45 billion in 2017. While global trade is stagnating, Vietnam’s trade is soaring.

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