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Vietnam says Facebook commits to preventing offensive content

Vietnam’s government said Facebook has committed to work with it to prevent content that violates the country’s laws from appearing on its platform.

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China shelved South China Sea dispute during Vietnam leader’s visit: Reports

A commentary by Xinhua news agency said China and Vietnam are looking forward to a promising future in relations

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Parrikar holds talks with Vietnamese President, Prime Minister and Defence minister

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar met the President of Vietnam and discussed Indo-Vietnamese defence initiatives with the Prime Minister and Defence Minister of Vietnam.

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Young Vietnamese quiz Obama on rap, weed and good looks

Suboi, one of the country’s best known female rap artists, serenaded Obama with Vietnamese lyrics about whether people are really happy if they have lots of money.

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Journey to Vietnam

Obama’s visit seals the turnaround in relations between the two nations with a past.

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Barack Obama pushes for better rights in Vietnam after arms deal

“Vietnam has made remarkable strides in many ways,” Obama said, but “there are still areas of significant concern.”

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In Vietnam, Barack Obama chills with Anthony Bourdain over chopsticks and beer

Bourdain later tweeted that the meal cost $6, and he picked up the check.

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US, Vietnam agree to allow Peace Corps into Vietnam for first time

US Secretary of State John Kerry, who was present for the signing, said the agreement marked a further normalising of relations between the United States and Vietnam.

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Obama bound for Vietnam, seeks to turn old foe into new partner

While Vietnam wants warmer ties, some officials are suspicious that the United States seeks to undermine their one-party rule.

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Barack Obama yet to decide on lifting US arms embargo on Vietnam

President Barack Obama is still grappling with a historic decision on whether to lift the US arms embargo on Vietnam just days before he travels there, the White House said on Thursday, signaling that human right concerns could be a sticking point. Support has grown within the US administration and on Capitol Hill to fully […]

Vietnam elects prime minister amid China’s assertiveness and worrying budget deficit

In a formal vote, 446 of the 490 members in the National Assembly voted to install Phuc, 61, as the head of government.

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Vietnam detects first two cases of Zika virus

The online Vnexpress newspaper quoted Vice Minister of Health Nguyen Thanh Long as saying two women, aged 64 and 33, tested positive for the virus.

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India to build satellite tracking station in Vietnam that offers eye on China

The move, which could irritate Beijing, deepens ties between India and Vietnam, who both have long-running territorial disputes with China.

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Vietnam issues second warning to China over island flights

The Philippines has also said it would file a protest.

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China flies 2 commercial jets to man-made island in South China Sea

Vietnam, a fellow claimant protested against the move.