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The Old French Quarter.

The Old French Quarter.

The Old French Quarter. Hanoi, Vietnam. By Randall. Read more...

Aerial Shots of the Bright and Colorful Goods Sold by Street Vendors in Vietnam by Photographer Loes Heerink

Fascinated by the colorful arrangements of flowers and fruits strapped to the bikes of street vendors in Vietnam, photographer Loes Heerink began climbing onto different bridges around Hanoi to
Richard Pittman, Marine Who Fended Off Vietnam Ambush, Dies at 71

Richard Pittman, Marine Who Fended Off Vietnam Ambush, Dies at 71

Sgt. Richard A. Pittman, second from left, was among those receiving the Medal of Honor from President Lyndon B. Johnson in May 1968.

Retro Report: A Lingering, Deadly Legacy of Wars: Unexploded Bombs

Decades after the end of conflicts like the Vietnam War, civilians are regularly killed and maimed by left-behind ordnance like land mines and cluster bombs.
Trump’s Tough Trade Talk Could Damage American Factories

Trump’s Tough Trade Talk Could Damage American Factories

In Cu Chi, Vietnam, outside Ho Chi Minh City, workers prepared sofa legs at Woodworth Wooden Industries.

Photography’s Huge Impact On Our View Of The Vietnam War

We cover just some of the famous Vietnam war pictures caught on record, along with many other links to other sources of photojournalism during the war. Some images are distressing, but they have
Under Rex Tillerson, Exxon Mobil Forged Its Own Path Abroad

Under Rex Tillerson, Exxon Mobil Forged Its Own Path Abroad

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia presented Rex W. Tillerson, Exxon Mobil’s chief executive, with a medal in 2012 in St. Petersburg.
Obituary: Vo Quy, Father of Environmental Conservation in Vietnam, Dies at 87

Obituary: Vo Quy, Father of Environmental Conservation in Vietnam, Dies at 87

Vo Quy, center, and workers at the Vu Quang nature reserve in central Vietnam examined plant specimens in 1996.
The Subject of an Iconic Protest Photo Returns for the Women’s March

The Subject of an Iconic Protest Photo Returns for the Women’s March

When 17-year-old Jan Rose Kasmir raised a chrysanthemum to the tip of a soldier’s bayonet during a march on the Pentagon protesting the Vietnam War, Marc Riboud captured the moment in what became one
These Countries Are All Scrambling to Save the TPP After Donald Trump Pulled Out

These Countries Are All Scrambling to Save the TPP After Donald Trump Pulled Out

U.S. President Donald Trump kept his promise to back out of the accord on Monday.
Vietnam '67: At Quang Nam, a Raid and a Reckoning

Vietnam '67: At Quang Nam, a Raid and a Reckoning

Marsh Carter holding an enemy flag in Vietnam, a month before the Quang Nam raid.
Vietnam '67: The 30-Years War in Vietnam

Vietnam '67: The 30-Years War in Vietnam

Viet Minh in battle in Dien Bien Phu, Vietnam.
Vietnam '67: Who Called the Shots in Hanoi?

Vietnam '67: Who Called the Shots in Hanoi?

Le Duan, left, general secretary of the Vietnamese Communist Party, with Ho Chi Minh at a rally in Hanoi in 1966.
Soccer Team Stops Playing Mid-Game In Protest Of Penalty Call

Soccer Team Stops Playing Mid-Game In Protest Of Penalty Call

Vietnam apparently has some very principled soccer players, even if their beef here—that the ref gave a soft penalty—doesn’t look all that controversial of a decision.Read more...
Kim Jong-nam Evidence Being Fabricated by Malaysia, North Korea Says

Kim Jong-nam Evidence Being Fabricated by Malaysia, North Korea Says

Journalists surrounding a North Korean official’s car as it left the embassy in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Wednesday. The North has rejected suggestions that it was involved in Kim Jong-nam’s death.
In Kim Jong-nam Killing, a Common Migration Tale Takes a Dark Turn

In Kim Jong-nam Killing, a Common Migration Tale Takes a Dark Turn

The Facebook page of Doan Thi Huong, the Vietnamese suspect in the death of Kim Jong-nam, the North Korean leader’s estranged half brother.
Women Suspected in Killing of Kim Jong-nam Are Charged

Women Suspected in Killing of Kim Jong-nam Are Charged

Doan Thi Huong, 28, of Vietnam, left, and Siti Aisyah, 25, of Indonesia, could receive the death penalty.
The Workers Who Regret Trump’s Scrapping of a Trade Deal

The Workers Who Regret Trump’s Scrapping of a Trade Deal

The prospect of better labor conditions under the Trans-Pacific Partnership gave Do Thi Minh Hanh hope after enduring years of persecution for her activism. But when President Trump pulled out of the
The Workers Who Regret Trump’s Scrapping of a Trade Deal

The Workers Who Regret Trump’s Scrapping of a Trade Deal

The prospect of better labor conditions under the Trans-Pacific Partnership gave Do Thi Minh Hanh hope after enduring years of persecution for her activism. But when President Trump pulled out of the
China Has Begun New Construction Work on Disputed South China Sea Island

China Has Begun New Construction Work on Disputed South China Sea Island

New satellite images show fresh work started on North Island in the disputed Paracels group