Trump’s decision to walk to St John’s to be photographed with the Bible was another extraordinary decision made on the hoof * George Floyd killing – latest US updates * See all our George Floyd coverageEarly one Saturday morning in May 1970, Richard Nixon, under enormous pressure, left the White House, seeking to talk to people protesting against the Vietnam war around the Lincoln Memorial.
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Early one Saturday morning in May 1970, Richard Nixon, under enormous pressure, left the White House, seeking to talk to people protesting the Vietnam war around the Lincoln Memorial.
Group of mainly French and Vietnamese nationals accused of organising migrants’ journey from Asia
Thirteen suspects arrested by French police over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people found in a refrigerated lorry in Essex have been charged with people trafficking and manslaughter, a judicial source has said.
Six of the group – mainly Vietnamese and French nationals – were taken into custody on Tuesday in the Paris region, while the alleged key figure in the ring of smugglers was caught in Germany.
Vietnam, a country of 97 million people, has not reported a single coronavirus-related death and on Saturday had just 328 confirmed cases, despite its long border with China and the millions of Chinese visitors it receives each year.
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Memorial Day weekend, which culminates in gatherings to honor US military dead, got off to a cautious start on Saturday, especially in rain-soaked New York, epicenter of the coronavirus crisis that has now killed more Americans than the Vietnam and Korean wars combined.
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When Dedan Kimathi Ji Jaga returned from combat in Vietnam, he painted his walls black, covered his windows and sat in darkness all day.
A military court in Vietnam on Thursday sentenced a former deputy defence minister accused of allowing three plots of land in Ho Chi Minh City to be illegally transferred to private investors from the navy to four years in prison.
It has been hard to miss the recent tweets from Bitcoin bull Robert “Rich Dad” Kiyosaki. The Vietnam veteran — best known for his book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” on financial wellness and success — has been putting his foot to the gas recently in promoting the leading cryptocurrency, gold, and silver.
Vietnamese flocked to scenic spots and beaches Saturday, leaping at the chance to travel as the communist government eases restrictions on domestic movement to revive a tourism sector devastated by the coronavirus.
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The 43-year-old Briton, known only as 'Patient 91', has been on life support for 30 days in Vietnam and has just 10 per cent lung function left as doctors try to stop him becoming the country's first fatality.
Vietnam finance ministry has established a research group to develop and scrutinize digital currency-related policy proposals.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Finance has agreed to establish a research group charged with studying and making policy proposals regarding cryptocurrencies and virtual assets on.
Authorities at kindergartens and primary schools in Vietnam took children's temperatures at the gates when they re-opened on Monday from a months-long closure over the coronavirus pandemic, following last week's partial re-opening of other schools.
Vietnam Airlines pilot one of only two serious cases in country with mass testing regime
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A 43-year-old British man may undergo a lung transplant in Vietnam, where he is critically ill with Covid-19.
The man, a Vietnam Airlines pilot, developed a fever and cough on 17 March, and was later admitted to Ho Chi Minh City Hospital for Tropical Diseases.
Strict quarantining and widespread testing have helped the country avoid disaster, but with tourism on hold the nation’s future is uncertain
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Vietnam didn’t just flatten its coronavirus curve, it crushed it.
The US coronavirus death toll climbed above 58,000 on Tuesday, surpassing the loss of American life from the Vietnam War, as Florida's governor met with President Donald Trump to discuss an easing of economic restraints.
The US coronavirus death toll reached a grim milestone on Tuesday, surpassing the number of American lives lost in the Vietnam War, as Florida's governor met with President Donald Trump to discuss easing shutdowns aimed at curbing the pandemic.
As the number of US coronavirus cases climbs above 1 million and the nation's death toll surpasses deaths from the Vietnam War, Donald Trump claims the country is "very close" to testing 5 million people daily, as he continues to pressure states and local governments to begin "reopening" as the economy flounders.The president also suggested during a briefing on Tuesday that states with financial deficits could be forced to give undocumented people in custody over to federal immigration authorities if they want financial relief in the wake of the public health crisis.
A court in Vietnam on Monday sentenced a man to 1-1/2 years in prison for uploading anti-state posts to Facebook, the security ministry said, days after Facebook sources told Reuters they had agreed to censor more content in the Southeast Asian country.
(Bloomberg) -- Vietnam flattened its coronavirus infection curve with a sledgehammer, and after some early success, it’s now starting to open up its economy again.When two visitors from neighboring China emerged as Vietnam’s first cases in late January, the Communist Party-led government began imposing controls that would have been difficult in many democratic countries.