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Kien Giang suffers from coastal erosion

Total coast erosion in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang has extended to 86 km, according the provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development.


Death toll rises as floods and landslides ravage northern region

The death toll in the north continues to rise after flooding and landslides ravaged some mountainous areas in Thanh Hoa, Lao Cai, Son La, Phu Tho and Dien Bien provinces.

Storm brings extreme weather to northeast, north, and central regions

Storm Wipha, the third tropical storm to hit Vietnam this year, brought with it an array of rain, strong winds, and caused flooding in the northeast, north, and central regions of the country on August 2 and 3.

Weakened Storm Wipha devastates northern and central Vietnam

Five people have died and 14 are still missing after bad weather devastated Vietnam.

Trees across Hanoi devastated by storm Wipha

Storm Wipha weakened into a tropical depression during the evening of August 2, causing heavy rains and severe damage to a number of large trees throughout Hanoi.

Five dead, 14 missing as foods hit northern region

At least five people have been killed and 13 others remained missing in the flooding triggered by Storm Wipha in some northern provinces, according to local authorities.

One dead, dozen go missing in Thanh Hoa due to storm Wipha

One person was dead while 15 others went missing in the north central province of Thanh Hoa early August 3 due to landslides and floods triggered by rains brought by storm Wipha, which landed in northern Vietnam the previous night.


Storm Wipha lands in Quang Ninh, weakens to tropical depression

Storm Wipha made landfall in the northern coastal province of Quang Ninh on August 2 night and has weaken to a tropical depression, delivering drenching rains and strong gusts to northern and north-central localities.

Airports in Hai Phong, Quang Ninh closed due to storm Wipha

The Cat Bi airport in Hai Phong and Van Don airport in Quang Ninh will be temporarily closed from 12:00 on August 2 to 12:00 on August 3 due to the approaching storm Wipha.