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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Vietnam
), to the east. With a population of over 86 million, Vietnam is the 13th most populous country in the world. - Source: Wikipedia
In a lifetime marked by public service, Odon "Don" Bacque's greatest service may have been in Vietnam 1968-70 and as a Louisiana legislator 1988-92.
There were so few people watching Vietnam take on Hong Kong in a recent Asian Cup qualifier that turnstile staff hardly bothered checking tickets on the damp, cold Hanoi evening.
Vietnamese police are investigating an alleged match-fixing incident involving 11 professional soccer players.
There were so few people watching Vietnam play Hong Kong in a recent Asian Cup qualifier that turnstile staff hardly bothered checking tickets on the damp, cold Hanoi evening.
After six decades of separation, two brothers' journeys for their biological families ended this week.
Irvine council members voted 3-2 to draw up new criteria for forming ties with foreign cities after a plan to join in "friendship" with Nha Trang in Vietnam was met with protest.
A family member says a 73-year-old man killed in a southeast Ohio plane crash over the weekend was an experienced flier who manned Navy jets in the Vietnam war and piloted commercial planes.
Alaskan Vietnam Veterans were honored last month at the Capitol as part of the first annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day ceremony. Veterans were recognized and presented with certificates by the Joint Legislative Veterans Caucus, made up of state senators and representatives. Five members of the Discovery preschool kicked off the ceremony by presenting "Welcome Home" signs they made to the veterans being honored.
The March 22 succession of Paul Bui Van Doc as Archbishop of Ho Chi Minh City may ease the relationship between Vietnam and the Holy See.
Renee Klish spent an important part of her career studying works of art that showed U.S. Army troops in action.
A Medal of Honor recipient from Rochester will join other Vietnam veterans at the New York State Military Museum for a panel discussion about their wartime experiences.
Jeremiah Denton, Vietnam POW who blinked 'torture' in Morse code during TV interview, dies.
Jonathan Schell, the crusading author, journalist and anti-war activist who condemned conflicts from Vietnam to Iraq and warned of a nuclear holocaust in terrifying detail in his galvanizing best seller, "The Fate of the Earth," has died at age 70.
U.S. Army Pfc. Andrew Kach proved his "Michigan toughness" when mortar fire knocked him out of a guard tower and, despite his wounds, he saved another soldier's life, Kach's Vietnam War captain said.
Georgians who were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for their service during Vietnam will be honored at an upcoming ceremony at the State Capitol.