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Around 100 British nationals have flown home from Vietnam and Cambodia onboard a specially arranged flight.

Seven Vietnamese nationals onboard quarantined cruise ship in Cambodia

A total of seven Vietnamese nationals on board the cruise ship Viking Cruise Journey has been put into isolation for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, according to the Vietnam Embassy in Cambodia.

Two Vietnamese die in bus accident in Laos

Two Vietnamese nationals were killed and four others injured in a bus accident in Laos on March 9, according to the Vietnamese Consulate General in Savanakhet province.

Man jailed after three Vietnamese nationals were found in a luggage box

A man who tried to smuggle three Vietnamese nationals into the UK in a luggage box on the roof of his car has been jailed.

No information on UK’s support for repatriation of truck death victims: spokesperson

Vietnam has not received any information on the UK’s financial support for the return of the bodies/ashes of 39 Vietnamese nationals found dead in a refrigerated lorry last month in Essex, the UK, said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang.

Vietnamese students in Hong Kong get support to come back home

Vietnamese nationals who are pursuing study at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) on November 16 received support from the Consulate General of Vietnam to return home.

39 truck deaths in UK: Vietnamese Embassy will take citizen protection measures

The Vietnamese Embassy in the UK has said it is ready to take citizen protection measures if any of the 39 people found dead in a container at Waterglade industrial park in Essex on October 23 are confirmed to be from Vietnam.

No Vietnamese nationals among bus crash victims in Saudi Arabia

Following a serious bus crash near the holy Muslim city of Medina in Saudi Arabia on October 16, no Vietnamese nationals have been reported among the victims.

Four Vietnamese nationals charged over $19,000 shoplifting spree

Four Vietnamese nationals appeared in court on Tuesday accused of stealing SG$26,000 (US$19,000) worth of women’s clothes - the biggest haul by a shoplifting syndicate in Singapore to date.