Thousands Protest Coronavirus Health Pass in France, Police Bracing for Clashes

Thousands Protest Coronavirus Health Pass in France, Police Bracing for Clashes

Thousands of people protested in Paris and other French cities on July 31 against a mandatory coronavirus health pass introduced by the government.
Persevering Vietnamese Woman Lands Job at French Ministry of Justice

Persevering Vietnamese Woman Lands Job at French Ministry of Justice

Dao Thuy Anh, 28 years old, is among very few people from Asia working for the French Ministry of Justice. This job opportunity came to her after a series of rejections from many employers.
Eiffel Tower Reopens After Nine-Month Closure, With Covid Passes Required

Eiffel Tower Reopens After Nine-Month Closure, With Covid Passes Required

The Eiffel Tower was ordered shut in October, and now visitors are allowed to enter after showing proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test.
Vietnamese students in France organise football tournament, donating to national vaccine fund

Vietnamese students in France organise football tournament, donating to national vaccine fund

A football event has been hosted by Vietnamese students in France to raise funds for Vietnam’s Covid-19 vaccination fund, joining hands with the government to stamp out the pandemic.
Vietnamese Lychees Impress in International Market

Vietnamese Lychees Impress in International Market

After being exported to Australia, Vietnamese lychee was auctioned up to US$2,254 per kilo, supermarkets of France, Germany, and Norway also competed to order this fruit.
Vietnam, France agree to help each other with Covid-19 vaccines

Vietnam, France agree to help each other with Covid-19 vaccines

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his French counterpart Jean Castex have agreed to share experience in the Covid-19 fight, help each other with Covid-19 vaccines and cooperate in economic recovery post-pandemic.
Diplomats cook for charity

Diplomats cook for charity

Several diplomats have lent their culinary skills to aid a handful of charities in southern Vietnam
Vietnam and France's shared heritage preserved through digital library

Vietnam and France's shared heritage preserved through digital library

The French Embassy in Vietnam and the National Library of Vietnam on April 7 unveiled a digital library at https://heritage.bnf.fr/france-vietnam.
US, Japan, France, India and Australia begin joint naval exercises, sending message to China

US, Japan, France, India and Australia begin joint naval exercises, sending message to China

France and the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue nations (Quad)—US, Japan, India and Australia—will today begin three days of joint naval exercises in the South China Sea (SCS).
Amid shortage of Coronavirus vaccines supplies, French and Germany threat legal action against AstraZeneca

Amid shortage of Coronavirus vaccines supplies, French and Germany threat legal action against AstraZeneca

France and Germany gave AstraZeneca legal threats over the shortage of coronavirus vaccines deliveries, and warned any firm which favoured UK orders over jabs will be penalised.
French-Vietnamese woman's Agent Orange lawsuit wins activists' support

French-Vietnamese woman's Agent Orange lawsuit wins activists' support

Hundreds of activists gathered in Paris on January 30 to show their support for Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO)/dioxine victims after a litigation session of the Crown Court of Evry city for the case filled by Vietnamese-French woman Tran To Nga against 14 companies for producing and selling chemical toxins sprayed by US forces in the war in Vietnam.
Vietnam-France Friendship Association: Permanent, great and practical contribution

Vietnam-France Friendship Association: Permanent, great and practical contribution

The Vietnam - France Friendship and Cooperation Association celebrated its 65th founding anniversary (July 2, 1955 – 2020) in a Hanoi ceremony on December 19. It was also honoured with a merit of certificate from the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) in recognition for its outstanding contributions to COVID-19 response.
More Vallet scholarships granted to Vietnamese disadvantaged students

More Vallet scholarships granted to Vietnamese disadvantaged students

Since 2001, more than 42,000 Vallet scholarships have so far been presented to Vietnamese students with a total value of nearly VND 250 billion (USD 10.7 million). The scholarship is named after a famous French Prof. Odon Vallet which is presented to the students with excellent academic results.
Eiffel Tower briefly evacuated after bomb hoax

Eiffel Tower briefly evacuated after bomb hoax

Hundreds of people, including tourists, restaurant staff and workmen were led away as the area around Eiffel Tower was cordoned off after bomb threat.
Vietnamese expats, France-based organization raise USD 6,400 for AO victims

Vietnamese expats, France-based organization raise USD 6,400 for AO victims

Nearly 50 volunteers, mostly young Vietnamese expatriates in France cooperated with the French Vietnam Dioxin Association (Collectif Vietnam Dioxine) hosted an online programme garnering support for Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin.
Vietnam-Laos border before France invading Indochina

Vietnam-Laos border before France invading Indochina

Vietnam and Laos are neighboring countries that lie on the Indochina peninsula. Both peoples have attached themselves to each other in the process of national defense and construction, boasted friendly neighbor relationships, and have a long tradition of friendship.
75th anniversary of Vietnam's National Day marked in several countries

75th anniversary of Vietnam's National Day marked in several countries

The Vietnamese Embassy in several countries on August 28 held gathers marking the 75th anniversary of National Day (September 2).
French government defends ‘precious freedom’ of topless sunbathing

French government defends ‘precious freedom’ of topless sunbathing

Topless sunbathing first gained a foothold in France in the 1960s, as second-wave feminism swept through Europe and women demanded the same right to tan their upper bodies as men.
UK and Europe weather forecast latest, August 12: Thunderstorms to rock many areas cross the UK

UK and Europe weather forecast latest, August 12: Thunderstorms to rock many areas cross the UK

Thunderstorms are forecasted to rock many areas in the UK and the same weather conditions also sweep Europe before temperatures running into the mid-highs 30s widely.
Two French young brothers was rescued falling down from an appartment fire.

Two French young brothers was rescued falling down from an appartment fire.

July 21, two young brothers breathlessly jumped down from a burning apartment in the southeastern French city of Grenoble on the third floor with 10 meters (33 feet) from a window and were caught by people below.
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