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People in Afghanistan dared to hope for peace, but they are now fighting both violence and the virus.

Hanoi to relocate four-decade-old murals

The murals depict an old-time Hanoi after the bloody war.

First private library on Vietnam War opened in Hanoi

In the coming time, the library will cooperate with other agencies to produce some films about the Vietnam War as well as showcase the war objects to help the families of missing Vietnamese soldiers find their loved ones.

Events in Hanoi & HCMC on July 1-7

Upcoming events in Hanoi and HCM City

Images: The sacred places of Vietnamese martyrs

VietNamNet Bridge – These are the places where every inch of land is soaked with the blood and bones of the martyrs who died for the country’s independence and unity.

Photos: Soldiers who still 'fight' in peace-time.

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Center for Nursing War Invalids in Kim Bang district of Ha Nam province is the home of 110 veterans who had brain injuries that have caused mental illnesses.

Pictures: Foreign tourists destroy bombs in Quang Tri

 VietNamNet Bridge – Eleven tourists from Australia, the Netherlands, New Zealand and the United Kingdom witnessed a landmine destruction mission in Cam Lo district of the central province of Quang Tri.

Pilot befriends American he once shot down

 VietNamNet Bridge – War forced them to face off nearly four decades ago, but today this Vietnamese former pilot and the man he once aimed his missiles at have become close friends.

Animal protection added into 7th biology textbook

 VietNamNet Bridge - To raise the awareness of students on wildlife conservation, the contents on Vietnam’s wild animals will be added into the textbook of 7th grade students.

Unexploded bomb unearthed in Dak Nong

 VietNamNet Bridge – A 300-kg bomb was discovered just about 200m away from the trail of locals in Dak R’lap District in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on August 21.

Detergent market suddenly gets fierce

 VietNamNet Bridge – The detergent market, which has been “peaceful” over the last three years, has suddenly become boisterous.

Quang Tri: 114 bombs, mortar shells amid town

VietNamNet Bridge - The authorities of Lao Bao town in the central province of Quang Tri on April 22 detected more than 100 bombs and mortar shells left in the town’s dumping ground by scrap dealers.

Vietnamese workers in South Korea calm before information war

Vietnamese workers in South Korea are quite calm before the information of a possible war between North Korea and South Korea. However, the Embassy of Vietnam in the RoK is ready to take them home in emergency case.

Phu Yen: Nearly 100 grenades discovered under the floor

While digging foundation of a house in Tuy Hoa City in the central province of Phu Yen on March 14, a group of building workers discovered deep underground -- 85 grenades, 15 bullets and some explosives.

The Vietnam War in an American artist's perspective

VietNamNet Bridge – The Vietnam Fine Arts Association and the Indochina Arts Program have organized a graphic art exhibition of four American artists, including Davis Thomas, Caorolyn Muskat, Lois Tarlow and Gene Dorgan.

Soldiers who face death

VietNamNet Bridge – Strenuousness work and danger are what army engineers have to face when they detect and remove mines left from the war. Thanks to their devotion, many "dead areas" have been resurrected.

Hero Pham Tuan’s Mig21 becomes “national treasure”

A Mig 21 aircraft that was flown by hero Pham Tuan to shoot down B52’s in 1972 and the tank T54B that participated in the attack to the Independence Palace on April 30, 1975 have been recognized as "national treasures."