American sentenced to one year in jail for smuggling 93 rare birds from Vietnam: report

The birds were carried in 'horrific' conditions and all but eight of them died in transit.

Five Vietnamese universities named in Asia’s top 400

Two of them have climbed the rankings compared with last year.

Police hunt for two suspects after endangered monkey shot dead in Vietnam

The red-shanked douc langur was dumped along with a gun as the suspects fled from forest rangers in a protected ...

Pricey high-tech features define new smartphone wars

The investments Samsung, Apple and Huawei have made into technology at the heart of the devices is what they hope will set them apart.

Hanoi's retail space occupancy rate hits five-year high

Vietnam is forecast to see more growth in the retail segment thanks to rising purchasing power.

500 workers go on strike in central Vietnam over unreasonable pay

The company switched to paying workers based on the number of products they make, forcing them to work overtime ...

Security flaw prompts fears on Wi-Fi connections

Researcher said the flaw may also allow an attacker 'to inject ransomware or other malware into websites.'

Vietnam state investor to sell 3.33 percent of Vinamilk on November 10

The sale will be absent of some of the restrictions applied to last year’s sale, such as a purchase cap on each ...

Monsoons force Hue to cancel night tours of royal city

The night tours were launched in April and had become popular among tourists looking to escape the summertime heat.

Vietnam Airlines to launch more Hanoi-Sydney flights

The airline wants to operate seven flights per week to exploit the potential of the Vietnam-Australia route.

Monsoons force Hue to cancel night tours of royal city

The night tours were launched in April and had become popular among tourists looking to escape the summertime heat.

Big bundle of joy: Vietnam woman gives birth to 7 kg baby

'When the doctor said my child was 7.1 kilograms, we all couldn't believe it,' the father says.

Sexual abuse stories from around the world pour out on social media

People shared stories and offered support. And there were many sympathetic responses from men.

Midwives treated 'like civil servants' battle Cambodia's maternal deaths

The midwives 'provide the backbone' to the health workforce for mothers and their children.