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According to statistics, Noi Bai and Tan Son Nhat airports have 16,000-20,000 vehicles passing through toll stations daily.
Facing the World is facilitating partnerships between British surgeons and local Vietnamese doctors to share expertise and transform the lives of patients in need.
Local residents in central Quang Tri province have over the past few days discovered three wartime bombs weighing hundreds of kilograms each near residential areas.
A vaccine shortage that has lasted for months in the Expanded Immunisation Programme has affected around 33,000 children in HCM City.
The Hanoi Department of Education and Training has just requested local schools to warn parents and students not to eat food of unknown origin.
In recent years, information technology and telecommunications growth has impacted every field and everyone’s life, including children.
Six more suspects in the case of "terrorism aimed at opposing the people's administration" in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak has been put on the special wanted list, the provincial Department of Public Security said on November 30.
Zinc deficiency in the body will affect growth, causing malnutrition and stunting. Micronutrient deficiency is the main cause of short stature in Vietnamese youth, according to experts from the Institute of Nutrition.
According to the Ministry of Justice (MOJ), traffic jams cause a loss of $1 billion to Hanoi every year. To settle the problem, the city needs VND1 quadrillion to build nine railway routes.
Police forces in Ho Chi Minh City announced on November 29 that they have smashed a criminal gang smuggling illicit drugs from Cambodia, arresting several traffickers and seizing almost 35 kgs of various drugs in the process.
The Ministry of Transport plans to raise the operating speed on certain 4-lane expressways to 90km per hour.
Over 10,000 Vietnamese have illegally remained in South Korea according to the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) said.
Nearly 40 hotels in Nha Trang city in the south-central province of Khánh Hóa are facing strict penalties for violating construction regulations.
The northern region of Vietnam is poised to brace itself for a new wave of increased cold air that will cause temperatures to fall to between 11 and 16 degrees Celsius.
After nearly two years of piloting public bicycle services, the biggest difficulty was the lack of infrastructure for the vehicle.
Minister of Construction Nguyen Thanh Nghi, a member of the Steering Committee for the North-South high-speed railway construction project agreed to invest in the project following the third scenario.
The city is very interested in spending money to improve infrastructure, but the speed of infrastructure development has not kept up with the increase in vehicle numbers.