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All 45 Vietnamese stranded on landslide-hit road in Laos rescued

All the 45 Vietnamese people stranded due to landslides on a road linking Bolikhamxay province in central Laos with Ha Tinh province in central Vietnam have been rescued by Lao authorities.

Two killed in Ha Giang house collapse

A couple has been killed after their house collapsed early Wednesday morning in the northern mountainous province of Ha Giang's Hoang Su Phi District.

Citizen protection work conducted after road accident in China

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that nine persons carrying Vietnamese identification papers are among 11 victims killed during a severe road accident in Jingxi city, China's Guangxi.

Binh Duong: Woman mauled to death by Pitbull dog

An 82-year-old woman in the southern province of Binh Duong has been mauled to death by her family’s Pitbull dog.

Five injured in Tuyen Quang international hot air balloon blast

Five people were injured in a blast at an international hot air balloon that opened in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang on April 29 evening.

Vietnam to establish investigation committee over Bell-505 crash

The Ministry of Transport has proposed establishing a committee to probe the cause of the helicopter Bell – 505 crash, killing five people on board three weeks ago.

Workplace accidents cause VND14.1 trillion losses in 2022

A total of 7,718 workplace accidents occurred nationwide last year, resulting in 7,923 people getting injured and significant losses of over VND14.1 trillion.

1,436 people killed in traffic accidents in Q1 in Vietnam

A total of 1,436 people were killed by traffic accidents in the first quarter of this year in Vietnam, according to the National Traffic Safety Committee on Thursday.

Flight recorder found after deadly helicopter crash

Competent forces have so far recovered the “black box” and most pieces from the Bell-505 helicopter that crashed in the sea area between Hai Phong city and Quang Ninh province on April 5.

Helicopter tours suspended after deadly crash in Halong Bay

The Vietnam Helicopter Corporation has suspended helicopter travel services following a deadly crash near Halong Bay yesterday, according to Dinh Viet Thang, director of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.

Fourth victim found in VN helicopter crash

More than 600 persons have joined the rescue mission to find the five victims of the helicopter crash that occurred on April 5.

Twenty injured in car crash in Hanoi

Around 22 people have been injured, two seriously, after a car crashed into multiple motorbikes in Hanoi.

PM orders investigation into helicopter crash as pilot’s body recovered

A third body has been recovered after a helicopter crashed in the Ha Long Bay area on Wednesday night. It has been confirmed as the pilot of the aircraft.

Three killed in tragic Binh Duong electrocution accident

Three people in a family in the southern province of Binh Duong died after a tree fell on their electric wire on Tuesday afternoon.

Man rescued after being stuck in a 50m deep sinkhole for 10 hours

The incident occurred at about 9:40am on Monday at the Statue of Youth Volunteer area in Ha Giang Province.

Thai passenger dies after fall at Noi Bai Int’l Airport

The incident occurred around 1:25pm on April 4 near an elevator at the T2 terminal. The passenger reportedly displayed ’abnormal signs’.

VN-China's Taiwan coordinate in verifying identity of victims drifting at sea

After receiving information from Taiwanese authorities on the case, the Foreign Ministry directed the Taipei office to urgently work with Taiwanese authorities on the matter.

Korean man dies after crashing into power pole in Da Lat

Police in the resort city of Da Lat in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong on March 27 announced that a Korean tourist died on March 25 after his motorbike crashed into a roadside power pole.

Eight killed, some injured in Vietnam van crash

At least eight people were killed and many others were injured in a van collision happening in central Vietnam early on February 14.

Panama-flagged AH SHIN fire under control in Vietnamese waters

Relevant Vietnamese forces on February 6 reached Panama-flagged AH SHIN and contained the fire that broke out on the cargo ship two days earlier.