Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Tag: Vietnam

Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit North Korea on June 18–19 and Vietnam on June 19–20, 2024, to discuss strategic partnerships, trade, and military cooperation. Kim Jong Un, the...
Vietnam faces a major internet blackout with three undersea cables down, sparking sabotage suspicions amid geopolitical tensions. According to the Vietnam News Agency, there have been significant internet outages...
According to data from GlobalFirepower.com, when reserve members are taken into account, the world's largest armies in 2024 are led by Vietnam and India. The US army isn't the...
According to data provided by Triple-A, as of 2023, the UAE and Vietnam lead the list of countries with the highest rates of crypto ownership, while India, China, and the USA top the list in terms of...
In Vietnam, the government sets the retail price of gasoline, which is adjusted every 10 days to reflect changes in the price of the commodity on the world market. Now, gas stations in Vietnam are starting to close due to widespread shortages.
The longest glass bottom bridge in the world has opened to tourists – but would you dare? To take away the worries, the bridge's floor is comprised of tempered glass developed in France, rendering it sturdy enough to sustain up to 450 people at once.
Vietnam's Thanh Hoa province suspended using Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine batch after more than 120 students were hospitalized after the vaccination.
Vietnam’s aviation authority has suspended all Pakistani pilots working for local airlines, amid concern from global regulators that the pilots may have been using “dubious” licences. Vietnam has suspended all Pakistani pilots over concerns of Fake Licences following a...
It’s very bad luck to be a black cat in Vietnam, where the poor animals are being killed and eaten amid rumors their ground-up bodies can treat the coronavirus, animal rights activists said. EXCLUSIVE: Coronavirus Bioweapon – How China Stole Coronavirus From...
A sandstone Duryodhana statue smuggler Douglas Latchford, a dealer in and collector of Southeast Asian antiquities who falsified documents to make looted treasures easier to sell on the art market has been charged with trafficking artifacts. Investigators have charged Douglas...