Vietnamese women have successful careers in foreign countries but a piece of their heart remains in their homeland and are happy to contribute to its development.
One year ago today, 39 bodies were discovered in the container of a truck at Grays, Essex, not far from London.
At least 84 people have died and 38 others remain missing in floods and landslides which have ravaged 10 provinces in the central and central highlands region over the last few days.
Memorable photos of Vietnam during the Covid-19 epidemic appeared on the big screen of Times Square of the USA.
The bodies of all 22 soldiers buried by a landslide in Quang Tri Province on Sunday have been found.
Weeks of torrential monsoon rains, widespread flooding and deadly landslides in Central Vietnam have affected hundreds of children and families. Many children are currently estimated to be impacted and in urgent need of life-saving support, with many millions more at risk.
Worldwide coronavirus cases crossed 40 million on Monday, according to a Reuters tally, as the onset of winter in the northern hemisphere fuelled a resurgence in the spread of the disease.
Hanoians have been gathering at a pagoda for several days to cook "banh chung" for people suffering from the historic floods in central Vietnam.
HCMC - The Bright Future Fund, with the sponsorship of Roche Vietnam, kicked off the annual breast cancer awareness and screening campaign, "Joining hands for her", at K Hospital in Thanh Tri District, Hanoi, on October 18, aimed at raising awareness about breast cancer and the importance of frequent screening for early detection.
Before the year ends, the Vietnamese will have more money in their pockets than Filipinos. The forecast was released by the International Monetary Fund or IMF, who projected that the per capita income of the Vietnamese will be $3,497.51, overtaking Filipinos with $3,372.53.