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Miss USA’s sorry? Didn’t ‘realize’ she was mocking Miss Vietnam and Miss Cambodia
Reigning Miss USA Sarah Rose Summers has apologized — in a half-hearted way — for mocking Miss Vietnam and Miss Cambodia for not speaking English, TMZ is reporting. Summers, a 24-year-old Nebraska native, inspired many “Mean Girls” and Regina George comparisons on social media for her comments at th
North Korean officials 'expressed regret' over Vietnam citizen's involvement in Kim Jong Nam murder, source says
Seoul, South Korea (CNN)North Korean officials informally expressed their regret to Vietnam that a Vietnamese national was charged with killing Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a South Korean government official has told CNN.
Democrats Challenge Trump Over Vietnam Deportations
Opposition is building against a Trump administration plan to allow certain groups of protected Vietnamese immigrants to be deported, a day after The Atlantic reported that the U.S. is reinterpreting an agreement with Vietnam that shielded some of them from being moved out of the country.
Trump Administration Hopes Vietnam Will Take More Deportees
Conversations between the U.S. government and Vietnam have immigration advocates concerned about the fate of thousands of Vietnamese immigrants, many of whom arrived in the U.S. as refugees.
Trump is pushing Vietnam to accept deportees who have lived in the US for over 20 years
The Trump administration is reportedly pushing the government of Vietnam to allow the US to deport certain Vietnamese immigrants who have lived in the US since at least 1995. The move, first reported by Charles Dunst and Krishnadev Calamur for the Atlantic, applies to Vietnamese immigrants who have
As deportations increase to Vietnam, one Vermonter fights his own
Last Friday, Thao Vo got the word from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement: twenty years after moving from Vietnam to Vermont as a child, he was being deported. He was told he could bring one carry-on size piece of luggage weighing no more than 45 pounds and his credit and debit cards. As of last F
Vietnam Faces Growing Pains as Manufacturing Demand Ramps Up, World Bank Says
Economic growth in Vietnam has proven resilient, driven by strong domestic demand and a dynamic export-oriented manufacturing sector, even with potentially harmful external conditions working against it, a new World Bank Report said. “Taking Stock,” the World Bank’s bi-annual economic report on Viet
Asia Coffee-Vietnam domestic prices near three-month low; output seen lower
HANOI: Vietnam’s domestic coffee prices continued to fall to near three-month low as the harvest in the country is peaking, but local traders and an industry official forecast a drop in output.
Wolcott mayor and Vietnam War veteran rescue teen in house fire
WOLCOTT, Conn. (WTNH) - Jamil Lawrence is 18 and lucky to be alive. Only News 8 was there when he had the opportunity to thank two good Samaritans who helped to get him out of his house when it caught fire last week in Wolcott.
SD Plantation completes disposal of 51% equity in Vietnam’s GHNB
Sime Darby Plantation Bhd’s (SD Plantation) wholly owned subsidiary, Golden Hope Overseas Sdn Bhd (GHOSB), has completed the disposal of its entire 51% equity interest in Golden Hope-Nha Be Edible Oils Co Ltd (GHNB) to Kido Group Corp for a total cash consideration of 45.9 billion Vietnamese dong (R
Cooper launches Vietnam venture
Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. has formed a joint venture with Sailun Vietnam Co. to build a $220 million to $240 million manufacturing plant to produce truck and bus radial tires in Vietnam.
Enzi stops vote on benefits for Vietnam Navy vets
CHEYENNE – U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., blocked an expedited vote Monday on a bill to restore benefits to a group of Vietnam War Navy veterans who say they’re suffering the effects of Agent Orange.
Vietnam memorial moves forward
AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) - A proposed memorial for Vietnam war veterans in Augusta is moving forward. A commission committee approved the site for the memorial which will be on Broad Street about one hundred yards from the current Korean War memorial.
Deal to extend benefits for ‘blue water’ Vietnam veterans appears dead for this year
WASHINGTON — Hopes for a deal this year to extend disability benefits to thousands of “blue water” Navy veterans who claim toxic exposure while serving in the Vietnam War were all but ended Monday after supporters could not get unanimous support in the Senate for a potential fix.
Tourist from Vietnam desperately looking for man she met at Zouk: "It was love at first sight"
A Vietnamese tourist did not expect to fall in love on her recent trip to Singapore and is now desperately looking for her mystery man. Stomper Sunny reached out to Stomp to help her find the man who stole her heart after they met at Zouk nightclub in the early hours of Saturday (Dec 8).
Floods kill 13 in central Vietnam
HANOI (AFP) - Floods caused by heavy downpours have killed 13 people in central Vietnam, officials said Thursday (Dec 13), as farmers scrambled to save crops and livestock ahead of more bad weather forecast for this week.
Two dead as heavy rains batter central Vietnam
The bodies of two women were found in Quang Tri Province Sunday morning after they were swept away by flash floods triggered by prolonged downpours during the weekend, the Central Steering Committee on Natural Disaster Prevention and Control said.
Malaysia to beat Vietnam by a goal or two, predicts Dr M
“Malaysia to win by a goal or two," predicted Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad, when asked about the AFF Suzuki Cup final first leg match between Malaysia and Vietnam at the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil tonight.
Anderson resident and Vietnam vet searches for a kidney donor
Billy Konrad is not afraid to die because he knows he'll go to heaven. The Vietnam War vet also isn’t bitter about his service. He said he would do it again in a heartbeat. Konrad, a 70-year-old Marine Corps veteran and 11-year Anderson resident, is in desperate need of a kidney transplant because h
Montana Senators Push For Bill Supporting Vietnam Veterans
Both of Montana’s U.S. Senators are urging the Senate to pass the so-called Blue Water Veterans Act before the current Congress adjourns. That bill would extend benefits to vets who served on ships during the Vietnam War who may have been exposed to Agent Orange. At present, only troops who served o