Communist Vietnamese capital Hanoi gets its first McDonald's, customers line up for Big Macs, Chicken McNuggets
McDonald's opened its first branch in heart of communist Hanoi, a conservative city renowned for its traditional - and cheap - Vietnamese staples
The UN has approved an additional allocation of $4.2 million to assist 1,50,000 people in Vietnam affected by the devastating typhoon Damrey
Chinese president Xi Jinping makes state visit to Vietnam as neighbours attempt to solve South China Sea dispute
Vietnam gave Chinese president Xi Jinping the red carpet treatment at the start of a state visit, as the two communist neighbors try to broaden their economic ties and work on resolving territorial disputes in the South China Sea.
At Vietnam's Old Flames market, curious customers peruse love letters and pick through perfumes, candles and clothes -- relics from failed relationships put on sale by forlorn lovers.
At least 27 people have died and nearly two dozen are missing after Typhoon Damrey barrelled into Vietnam
Child models walk the ramp for designers Le Ha and Thao Nguyen during the Vietnam Fashion Week held in Hanoi on 1 November
At least 37 people have been killed and over 40 missing in floods and landslides after a tropical depression in northern and central Vietnam
Floods and landslides have killed at least 54 people in Vietnam and left another 39 missing since a tropical depression hit the country earlier this week
Floods and landslides caused by torrential rains have killed 26 people and left 15 missing in Vietnam's mountainous north, authorities said Monday.
China feels that the Narendra Modi government is too assertive and needs to be taught a lesson. India is signaling that if Beijing wants to play, New Delhi is ready.
Pacific Rim trade ministers meeting in Vietnam committed on Sunday to advance with trade pact after the United States pulled out.
Trade ministers of 16 countries, including India and China, will meet on 21 and 22 May to discuss progress on the negotiations of the proposed RCEP trade deal
The Vietnamese capital city of Hanoi is considering the construction of a software park with a total investment of over $1 billion, which will create over 40,000 jobs, officials said on Wednesday.
The launchers deployed by Vietnam are said to be capable of striking China's runways and important trade routes in the region
Hanoi wanted to have the launchers in place as it expected tensions to rise in the wake of the landmark international court ruling against China
CPI leaders will hold bilateral talks with their communist party counterparts in Vietnam over the next week to strengthen ties between the two countries.
Vietnam's National Assembly has elected the police chief to be the country's new president, the second-highest post in the country
A prominent Vietnamese blogger went on trial Wednesday on anti-state charges, amid heavy security at Hanoi's central court, with police closing roads and breaking up a protest by dozens of supporters.
A lawyer says a prominent Vietnamese blogger will be put on trial this week in Hanoi for alleged anti-state postings
India will set up a satellite tracking and imaging centre in southern Vietnam that will give Hanoi access to pictures from Indian earth observation satellites that cover the region, including China and the South China Sea, Indian officials said.