German police said on Wednesday (June 20th) they had foiled a biological attack with last week's arrest of a Tunisian suspected militant in possession of the deadly poison ricin and bomb-making material.
Singapore will invest SGD35 million (USD30 million) in a marketing campaign to boost visitor arrivals to the island country.
The Malaysian Government on April 1st begins imposing a 6 percent Goods and Service Tax (GST) as part of efforts to improve the nation’s tax management system and fiscal deficit.
It is a crime that shocked Hong Kong -- two young Indonesian women found dead in the upmarket apartment of a British banker, the decaying body of one of them stuffed into a suitcase.
Eating food contaminated with bugs leads to more than half a billion cases of illness a year, the World Health Organization warns.
The conservation of Dong Ho Lake is one of several important objectives that Kien Giang Province will implement in the following years.
Offshore sand exploitation by foreign ships off Phu Quoc Island has affected the marine environment in the region, local authorities said.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade has warned of upcoming challenges in finding industrial export contracts in key export markets.
Rescuers were racing against the clock Monday to save two huge sperm whales, the Parks and Wildlife Service said.
Vietnam's Nguyen Tien Minh has jumped two places from 13th place to 11th in the world rankings, according to the latest figures from the Badminton World Federation.
The national shooting team gained another gold medal in Indonesia on November 14.
Typhoon Usagi killed at least 25 people after crashing ashore in southern China, throwing the region’s transport systems into chaos.
(VNF) - Almost 200 million people moved to urban areas in East Asia from 2000-2010 – a figure that would be the world’s sixth-largest population for any single country, according to new data released on January 26th by the World Bank.
(VNF) - Following another disappointing year in 2014, developing countries should see an uptick in growth this year, boosted in part by soft oil prices, a stronger US economy, continued low global interest rates, and receding domestic headwinds in several large emerging markets, reported the World Bank Group’s Global Economic Prospects (GEP).
Cambodia’s export turnover hit USD7.7 billion in 2014, a year-on-year 11.5 percent rise, unveiled the Ministry of Trade on January 2nd.