The US and UK have warned that air strikes alone will not prevent Islamic State (IS) fighters from seizing the Syrian town of Kobane.
Vietnamese expatriates in Ukraine's Kiev capital are willing to join local authorities' effort in re-building Kresatik street in the city centre which was severely ravaged by Maidan demonstrations and clashes in February 2014.
Deputy Defence Minister Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Chi Vinh on August 29 received the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary to the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Scot Marciel, on a working visit to Vietnam.
Almost 300 lorries of humanitarian aid have left the Moscow area bound for eastern Ukraine, Russia has said.
Ten pedestrian bridges funded by the US Marine Forces Pacific at a total cost of US$728,900 were inaugurated in Long Xuyen city of An Giang province on May 30.
The Vietnam-Australia Friendship Association and the Australia-Vietnam Friendship Association are willing to boost their relations and believe that their intensified ties will benefit both countries.
Vietnamese Ambassador to the UK Vu Quang Minh on January 27 attended a memorial service held in the English city of Coventry for Madeleine Agnes Sharp, a UK doctor who made great contributions to humanitarian aid in Vietnam.
A EUR411,700 project has helped mitigate the devastating impact of natural disasters in the country through enhancing relevant officials' capacity in community-based disaster risk management (CBDRM).
Mr. Paul Le Hung, a Vietnamese American, wanted to grant “humanitarian aid” of $10 billion per year for Vietnam.
The Ministry of Defence has decided to provide US$30,000 in humanitarian aid to support Philippine soldiers who were severely affected by recent typhoon Haiyan.