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Deputy Minister of Public Security Pham Quy Ngo passes away
- Deputy Minister of Public Security - Senior Lieutenant General Pham Quy Ngo lost his fight against cancer on February 18 at the age of 60.
Former Vinalines chief reveals senior police officer as informer
Duong Chi Dung – Vinalines former chief - yesterday declared Deputy Minister of Public Security – Mr. Pham Quy Ngo – as the one who informed him of the prosecution, which helped Dung flee Vietnam in May 2012.
The giant rock wonders in Phu Yen rice fields
Eight of the most impressive ao dai designs
How much should affluent families spend on their children’s schooling?
Vietnamese buffalo boys
VN schools to teach Chinese and Russian from 2017
A glimpse into the life of street vendors in Hoi An
War memories: Wearing straw hats when going to school
China eyes Vietnam's hundred-billion dollar retail market
Vietnamese contestant makes top 20 Miss Grand International 2016
Misses Vietnam in swimsuit
Swedish pop group ABBA to reunite for 'new digital experience'
Halloween costumes flood Hanoi streets
Gov't asks policies makers to approve giant projects
VN Gov't looks to equitise more State-owned enterprises
BIDV ranks first in total assets: Moody’s
Exclusive: India's tobacco industry, government face off ahead of WHO conference
Behind-the-scene stories about personnel changes in telecom groups
Vietnam to lose 39% of Mekong Delta area by 2100
Samsung Electronics vows mobile rebound, dangles buyback after Note 7 shock
Explore Vietnam’s most famous fish-sauce "mecca"
Indonesia transport plane crash kills at least five
The debate about Nem Thuong pig-chopping ritual
Vietnam International Fashion Week 2014 review
The China-Philippines dispute in the East Sea
Overview of the East Sea Dispute
The East Sea disputes
Legendary General Vo Nguyen Giap
The sadness of heritage
Human resources training for healthcare in trouble
Analyzing Vietnam-China trade relations
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