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Two Vietnamese IT engineers have passed Google’s TensorFlow Developer Certificate Exam which tests candidates’ ability to develop and train deep-learning models using TensorFlow.

Vietnamese flock home to avoid worst of outbreak

So-called humanitarian flights are bringing back overseas Vietnamese from Europe as the continent has become the new epicentre of the global health crisis.

Traditional village market attracts tourists

A traditional village market has recently opened at Phong Nha Ke Bang national park. The colours and atmosphere of a traditional market, along with folk games, have drawn visitors’ attention.

Vietnam leads in number of Japanese new working visa holders

Among 219 foreigners getting the Specified Skilled Worker visas for people with vocational skills, 93 are Vietnamese, 33 Indonesians and 27 Filipinos, according to the Japanese Immigration Services Agency.

Vietnam ranks second in number of visitors to Cambodia

The number of foreign tourists visiting Cambodia increased by 10 percent to 4.8 million in the first nine months of the year as Chinese continue to top the list of tourist arrivals, followed by Vietnamese.

UK Ambassador releases statement on deaths of 39 people in Essex

UK Ambassador in Viet Nam Gareth Ward released a statement on Monday on the deaths of 39 people in Essex.

Essex lorry deaths: Vietnamese PM demands investigation into trafficking of Vietnamese citizens

PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered a probe into trafficking of Vietnamese citizens amid fear that Vietnamese are among victims of the 39 people found dead in a semi-trailer truck at an industrial park in Essex, the UK.

Suits you: festival to honour tailoring trade

A festival honouring the tailoring trade will take place on October 25-27 at Van Tu Commune, Phu Xuyen District.

Teacher spends 17 years teaching children with disabilities for free

They all shared two things in common: they suffered from a disability and were members of a free class taught by Le Thi Hoa.

Hanoi celebrates 65 years of liberation

More than a thousand years of defence and construction have shaped Hanoi's heroic historical and cultural traditions. 

Putting Vietnamese specialities on the world cuisine map

After Vietnam’s legendary Pho Thin Lo Duc proved popular among customers in Tokyo, Japan, Banh Mi Phuong Hoi An (Ms Phuong Baguette in Hoi An) recently debuted in Seoul, South Korea. 

French artists to perform 'Tale of Kieu'

Vietnamese epic The Tale of Kieu will be performed by French artists for the first time in Hanoi tomorrow.

More officials charged for exam scandal

The Ministry of Public Security (MoPS) on Saturday arrested a former official of Hoa Binh Province Police for taking advantage of his position and rights while on duty.

Vietnamese, Chinese police coordinate in drugs case

Vietnamese police are working with their Chinese peers to investigate a drug producing ring in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum.

National environment film festival launched

A national festival will be held to honour the best environmental films in Hanoi.

The festival is held every three years by the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources; Viet Nam Cinematography Association and Viet Nam National Television.

Music transcribed from Trinh Cong Son’s songs to be presented

Musical works for cello and piano inspired by Trinh Cong Son (1939-2001)’s songs will be presented at a concert on August 30 in Hanoi.

Drought in Phu Yen destroys several hectares of forest

The prolonged severe drought has dried up thousands of hectares of protection forest in the southern coastal province of Phu Yen, causing many forest fires.

Men arrested over pine trees poisoning in an attempt to take over forestry land

Six suspected of poisoning large areas of pine trees in the Central Highlands Province of Lam Đồng have been arrested, Bao Lam District Police announced on Wednesday.