“I was in Vietnam,” was what he said. “I was a vitamin,” is what I heard. You need to speak loudly on a 39-foot sailboat reaching downwind in a heavy sea. And Pete, who rarely spoke, had shouted.
The remains of 39 Vietnamese people found dead in a truck near London last month have been brought to Vietnam, bringing to a close a tragic saga that has devastated
The first remains of the 39 people found dead in a truck in Britain last month arrived in Vietnam early on Wednesday, capping a weeks-long wait by families eager to bury their loved ones.
Vietnam has jailed a third activist this month for anti-government posts on social media platform Facebook, state media said on Thursday, handing him a nine-year term for defaming
They have few places to practise, no government funding and little public support, but Vietnam's first national skateboard team are carrying high hopes of winning medals for their country.
The first of the remains arrived in Vietnam Wednesday morning before being quickly shuttled to their homes in the centre of the country, where many of the victims came from.
The Vietnam-UAE Trade and Investment Forum kicked off in Hanoi on Tuesday in the presence of Eng. Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori, UAE Minister of Economy; and Tran Tuan Anh, Minister of Trade and Industry of Vietnam,
Police initially believed the victims were Chinese, but dozens of Vietnamese families have since reported missing relatives whom they suspect to be among the dead.
Britain has sent dossiers to Vietnam, seeking its assistance in identifying four of the 39 people found dead in a truck container outside London last week, the government of the southeast Asian nation said on Monday.
A five-star hotel in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi has opened with a twist that it hopes will attract guests with intimately expensive tastes: Gold-plated bathtubs, basins, and even toilets, all housed behind a massive golden exterior.