US is not Superior to Other Nations, Says Chinese Foreign Minister

US is not Superior to Other Nations, Says Chinese Foreign Minister

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday that the U.S. needs a "tutorial" on how to treat other countries equally, marking his latest criticism of U.S. foreign policy as aggressive and undermining to global peace efforts.
Vietnam Calls on US to Lift Embargo on Cuba

Vietnam Calls on US to Lift Embargo on Cuba

Vietnam calls on the US to end hostile policy and unilateral economic and financial embargo on Cuba.
US Helps ASEAN Raise Pandemic Response Capacity

US Helps ASEAN Raise Pandemic Response Capacity

The United States has earmarked US$96 million to help Southeast Asian countries improve their pandemic response capacity, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced on July 14.
US Rejects China Maritime Claims In South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea)

US Rejects China Maritime Claims In South China Sea (Bien Dong Sea)

The United States rejects China's "unlawful" maritime claims in the South China Sea (known as Bien Dong Sea in Vietnam) and stands with Southeast Asian countries facing Chinese "coercion.”
US Military Helps Vietnam Enhance Testing Capacity

US Military Helps Vietnam Enhance Testing Capacity

The US Embassy in Hanoi on July 6 presented a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) machine and mobile lab equipment to the Military Medical Department under the Ministry of National Defence.
Vietnam welcomes US’s plan of sharing 500 million Covid-19 vaccine doses

Vietnam welcomes US’s plan of sharing 500 million Covid-19 vaccine doses

Vietnam welcomes the US’s vaccine sharing strategy after President Joe Biden announced a plan to purchase 500 million doses of Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine for the global supply.
US President approves major disaster state in Texas due to terrible snow storm hitting

US President approves major disaster state in Texas due to terrible snow storm hitting

US President Joe Biden has declared that Texas is facing a major disaster, after the aftermath of the deadly winter storm hit the central and southern U.S. earlier this week, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema) said.
Phillipines temporarily bans US travelers due to threat of the new COVID variant

Phillipines temporarily bans US travelers due to threat of the new COVID variant

Due to the threat of the new coronavirus variant that was detected in Florida, the Philippines will temporarily ban foreign travelers from United State starting January 3.
Vietnam signs a call to action on women's empowerment

Vietnam signs a call to action on women's empowerment

Vietnam is among the 31-member core group of countries that are supporting the Call to Action which is intended to ensure that women have the ability to freely and fully participate in the global economy.
Racoon spends over 30 days in shipping container from US to Vietnam

Racoon spends over 30 days in shipping container from US to Vietnam

A raccoon snuck into a shipping container full of food in America unknowingly relocating himself to Vietnam, according to Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), an environmental organization.
FBI arrests many suspects of Vietnamese origin smuggling guns and drugs

FBI arrests many suspects of Vietnamese origin smuggling guns and drugs

Members of an FBI-led task force have arrested 18 individuals, many of them Vietnamese origin, named in a series of federal indictments that allege narcotics trafficking and firearms offenses,
In photo: Houses Destroyed After Major Explosion In Baltimore, USA

In photo: Houses Destroyed After Major Explosion In Baltimore, USA

The major explosion in Baltimore, USA killed at least 1 woman, left seven others in serious condition and destroyed houses in the neighbourhood.  
China “sets to shut US consulate” in tit-for-tat move

China “sets to shut US consulate” in tit-for-tat move

The US consulate in the southwestern city of Chengdu would be the target for China’s retaliation following the forced closure of its diplomatic facility in Houston.
South China Sea issue: International consensus puts pressure on China

South China Sea issue: International consensus puts pressure on China 3

China has utilised its power to encroach on territories and seas of its neighbouring countries, Associate Prof. Dr. Vu Thanh Ca, former Director of the Vietnam Institute of Seas and Islands.
Australia continues to support freedom of navigation in the South China Sea

Australia continues to support freedom of navigation in the South China Sea

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison affirmed on July 16th that Canberra would continue to support freedom of navigation in the South China Sea.
US universities support lawsuit against President Trump's administration

US universities support lawsuit against President Trump's administration

The lawsuit was filed by 59 universities in the United States, 7 of which are from the eastern U.S. group of universities.
North Korea unwilling to have another conversation with the U.S.

North Korea unwilling to have another conversation with the U.S.

North Korea criticizes South Korea being an "arbitrator" in its relations with the U.S., at the same time affirms its unwillingness to have another conversation with the United States.
Vietnamese citizens in US could not return sooner due to some complicated procedures

Vietnamese citizens in US could not return sooner due to some complicated procedures

Vietnam is stepping up efforts to bring home nationals in the US. However, some complicated procedures from the US side caused inadequate needed - licenses for Vietnam to conduct the flights, reported VNA.
US denies postponed military drills a concession to North Korea

US denies postponed military drills a concession to North Korea

The United States and South Korea said on Nov 17 they will postpone upcoming military drills in an effort to bolster a stalled peace push with North Korea, even as Washington denied the move amounted to another concession to Pyongyang.
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Prime Minister Holds Talk With Austria to Deepen Close And Trustful Ties Friendship

Prime Minister Holds Talk With Austria to Deepen Close And Trustful Ties

The two leaders also discussed the South China Sea issue, highlighting that maintaining maritime and aviation freedom and security and peace in the South China Sea is the common interest of the international community.
14:27 | 17/09/2021
Vietnamese Team in Lowest FIFA Ranking After 2 Years Viet's Home

Vietnamese Team in Lowest FIFA Ranking After 2 Years

The Vietnamese team dropped 3 places to 95th in the world, after two defeats in the final qualifying round of the World Cup in Asia.
13:58 | 17/09/2021
Overseas Vietnamese Continue to Support Fight Against Covid-19 Overseas Vietnamese

Overseas Vietnamese Continue to Support Fight Against Covid-19

Up to now, the overseas Vietnamese community has donated more than VND60 billion (US$2,6 million) for the prevention and control of the Covid-19 pandemic in the country.
13:57 | 17/09/2021
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