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Vietnam frees high-profile blogger, US call for more releases

Tan, a former policewoman, was arrested in 2011 for writing about human rights and corruption on her blog.


Vietnam grants amnesty to more than 18,000 prisoners

Giang Son, deputy chairman of the President’s Office, told a news conference Friday that 18,539 inmates were granted amnesty under two directives signed by President Truong Tan Sang. They will be released from prisons starting Monday.

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China accused of attacking Vietnamese fishermen in South China Sea

Vietnam accused Chinese military of attacking its fishermen in the disputed South China Sea territory in three separate incidents over the week.

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AP images of Vietnam War exhibited in country for 1st time

They were so much more than just photographs, Vietnam’s president said on Thursday, recalling black-and-white images he said he will never forget from the war that ended 40 years ago

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China kills 2 alleged terror suspects near Vietnam border

Chinese authorities and state media say two terrorism suspects have been killed near the Chinese-Vietnamese border…

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Vietnamese Sukhoi fighter jets collide during training

Two Vietnamese fighter jets crashed into each other during a training exercise over the contested South China Sea on Thursday…

Vietnam Scaffolding Collapse

14 killed in scaffolding collapse in central Vietnam

Police says at least 14 people were killed and 28 others were injured in the incident.


Cargo ship sinks off Vietnam, captain confirmed dead

The ship sank with 19 Philippino crew members on Friday en route from Malaysia to China.


A-Z of travel in Vietnam

Vietnam lies on the map almost like a S-shaped dragon, living with its folklore and legends side-by-side with technology and contemporary nuances.

Will look into Vietnam offer of oil blocks in South China Sea: India

Vietnamese PM Nguyen Tan Dung arrives today, a dozen pacts likely to be inked


Official says beer bars are too hot in Vietnam

Many drinkers, however, say the proposal shows how out of touch officials are because of the popularity of the outdoor bars.

Government has brought changes, ensured continuity: Pranab Mukherjee

President speaks to Indian diaspora in Vietnam on governance.

Pranab in Vietnam, oil exploration deal on agenda

The President would inaugurate an Indian Studies Centre in the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics and Administration.

Asia Arm Buildup

Asia arms up to counter growing Chinese might

Several Asian nations are arming up, their wary eyes fixed squarely on one country: a resurgent China.


Swaraj to visit Vietnam from Aug 24

MEA spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said on Friday, “India and Vietnam enjoy excellent political relations.