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VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS9C
August 19, 2015
A woman welds a body of motorcycle at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A woman welds a body of motorcycle at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts...
A woman welds a body of motorcycle at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS9A
August 19, 2015
A man works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A man works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
A man works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS8L
August 19, 2015
Ceramic panels move on an assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
Ceramic panels move on an assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Ceramic panels move on an assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS8J
August 19, 2015
A man checks the quality of ceramic panels at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A man checks the quality of ceramic panels at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside...
A man checks the quality of ceramic panels at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS4O
August 19, 2015
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS4J
August 19, 2015
An employee works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city,...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
An employee works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city,...
An employee works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS3Z
August 19, 2015
A woman works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A woman works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
A woman works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS3H
August 19, 2015
A man handles a metal roll at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A man handles a metal roll at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh...
A man handles a metal roll at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS31
August 19, 2015
Workers observe a ceramic panel assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city,...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
Workers observe a ceramic panel assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city,...
Workers observe a ceramic panel assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS2W
August 19, 2015
A man works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A man works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
A man works at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS2P
August 19, 2015
A man checks the quality of ceramic panels at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A man checks the quality of ceramic panels at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside...
A man checks the quality of ceramic panels at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS29
August 19, 2015
A man drives a forklift along the assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city,...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A man drives a forklift along the assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city,...
A man drives a forklift along the assembly line at a ceramic brick and panel factory in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS1O
August 19, 2015
A woman mans a molding machine at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
A woman mans a molding machine at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in...
A woman mans a molding machine at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS1L
August 19, 2015
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/GROWTH
RTX1OS13
August 19, 2015
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside...
Vinh Yen, Viet Nam
Labourers work at a foreign invested company whcih produce parts of car and motorcycle in Vinh Yen city,...
Labourers work at a foreign-owned company which produces car and motorcycle parts in Vinh Yen city, outside Hanoi August 19, 2015. Vietnam's economy may post an annual growth of 6.42 percent in the third quarter ending September, barely changed from the previous period's 6.44 percent, a state-run newspaper reported recently. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/DONG
RTX1ORAM
August 19, 2015
A bank employee holds stacks of Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August...
VINH YEN CITY, Viet Nam
A bank employee holds stacks of Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city
A bank employee holds stacks of Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015. Vietnam devalued the dong on Wednesday for the third time this year as authorities moved to bolster a languid export sector facing fresh challenges from a surprise devaluation of the Chinese yuan. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/DONG
RTX1ORAL
August 19, 2015
A bank employee (R) counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19,...
VINH YEN CITY, Viet Nam
A bank employee counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city
A bank employee (R) counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015. Vietnam devalued the dong on Wednesday for the third time this year as authorities moved to bolster a languid export sector facing fresh challenges from a surprise devaluation of the Chinese yuan. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/DONG
RTX1ORAH
August 19, 2015
A bank employee counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015....
VINH YEN CITY, Viet Nam
A bank employee counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city
A bank employee counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015. Vietnam devalued the dong on Wednesday for the third time this year as authorities moved to bolster a languid export sector facing fresh challenges from a surprise devaluation of the Chinese yuan. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/DONG
RTX1ORAG
August 19, 2015
A client counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015. Vietnam...
VINH YEN CITY, Viet Nam
A client counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city
A client counts Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015. Vietnam devalued the dong on Wednesday for the third time this year as authorities moved to bolster a languid export sector facing fresh challenges from a surprise devaluation of the Chinese yuan. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-ECONOMY/DONG
RTX1ORAF
August 19, 2015
A bank employee checks Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015....
VINH YEN CITY, Viet Nam
A bank employee checks Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city
A bank employee checks Vietnamese dong banknotes at a bank in Vinh Yen city, Vietnam, August 19, 2015. Vietnam devalued the dong on Wednesday for the third time this year as authorities moved to bolster a languid export sector facing fresh challenges from a surprise devaluation of the Chinese yuan. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-PROPERTY/
RTX1MRVL
August 02, 2015
Apartment buildings under construction are seen next to the old residential area of Vinh Tuy village...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Apartment buildings under construction are seen next to the old residential area of Vinh Tuy village...
Apartment buildings under construction are seen next to the old residential area of Vinh Tuy village in Hanoi July 1, 2015. Brought to its knees when its property market bubble burst four years ago, Vietnam is riding into another boom, with construction starting in Ho Chi Minh City on two of the world's tallest skyscrapers and buyers snapping up new projects fast. The speed of the market's turnaround has been startling. Successful property transactions have doubled from a year ago, and developers have halved their unsold inventory from $6 billion at the peak of the crisis at the start of 2013. Photo taken July 1, 2015. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM-PROPERTY/
RTX1MRVB
August 02, 2015
Apartment buildings under construction are seen near the old residential area of Vinh Tuy village in...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Apartment buildings under construction are seen near the old residential area of Vinh Tuy village in...
Apartment buildings under construction are seen near the old residential area of Vinh Tuy village in Hanoi July 1, 2015. Brought to its knees when its property market bubble burst four years ago, Vietnam is riding into another boom, with construction starting in Ho Chi Minh City on two of the world's tallest skyscrapers and buyers snapping up new projects fast. The speed of the market's turnaround has been startling. Successful property transactions have doubled from a year ago, and developers have halved their unsold inventory from $6 billion at the peak of the crisis at the start of 2013. Photo taken July 1, 2015. REUTERS/Kham
SOCCER-VIETNAM/MANCHESTER-CITY
RTX1LV7I
July 26, 2015
Manchester City's manager Manuel Pellegrini sits with Vietnam's soccer team head coach Toshiya Miura...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Manchester City's manager Pellegrini sits with Vietnam's soccer team head coach Miura and striker Vinh...
Manchester City's manager Manuel Pellegrini sits with Vietnam's soccer team head coach Toshiya Miura and striker Le Cong Vinh (L-R) during a news conference ahead of their friendly match in Hanoi, Vietnam, July 26, 2015. Manchester City will play a friendly soccer match against the Vietnamese national soccer team in Hanoi on Monday. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM
RTX9AM5
October 07, 2008
Vinh diocese Bishop Paul Mary Cao Dinh Thuyen (L) and other Vietnamese Catholic bishops greet believers...
BAC NINH CITY, Vietnam
Vinh diocese Bishop Paul Mary Cao Dinh Thuyen greets believers after attending a consecration ceremony...
Vinh diocese Bishop Paul Mary Cao Dinh Thuyen (L) and other Vietnamese Catholic bishops greet believers after attending a consecration ceremony of the Bishop of Bac Ninh diocese, Father Cosma Hoang Van Dat, in Bac Ninh city, 40km (25 miles) north of Hanoi October 7, 2008. Cosma Hoang Van Dat is the first Jesuit priest to become a bishop more than 400 years after Portuguese Jesuit missionaries set foot in Vietnam. Vietnam has 8 million Catholic believers, the second largest community in Asia after the Philippines. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
OLYMPICS-TORCH/VIETNAM
RTR1ZZPD
April 28, 2008
The flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city...
The flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing Committee of Olympic Games Li Binghua (C), Chinese ambassador to Vietnam Hu Qianwen (L) and Vietnam's general secretary of the Olympic committee Hoang Vinh Giang, upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city April 28, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
OLYMPICS-TORCH/VIETNAM
RTR1ZZP6
April 28, 2008
The flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city...
The flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing Committee of Olympic Games Li Binghua (C), Chinese ambassador to Vietnam Hu Qianwen (L) and Vietnam's general secretary of the Olympic committee Hoang Vinh Giang, upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city April 28, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
OLYMPICS/TORCH
RTR1ZZOS
April 28, 2008
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city...
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing Committee of Olympic Games Li Binghua (C), Chinese ambassador to Vietnam Hu Qianwen (L) and Vietnam's general secretary of the Olympic committee Hoang Vinh Giang, upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city April 28, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
OLYMPICS/TORCH
RTR1ZZOM
April 28, 2008
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city...
Flame of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games is escorted by China's vice president of the Beijing Organizing Committee of Olympic Games Li Binghua (C), Chinese ambassador to Vietnam Hu Qianwen (L) and Vietnam's general secretary of the Olympic committee Hoang Vinh Giang, upon its arrival at the airport in Ho Chi Minh city April 28, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UF6S
September 30, 2007
Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vinh Trong (2nd R) visits victims of the collapsed bridge at 121...
CAN THO CITY, Vietnam
Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vinh Trong visits victims of the collapsed bridge at 121 military...
Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vinh Trong (2nd R) visits victims of the collapsed bridge at 121 military hospital in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Can Tho City September 30, 2007. Recovery workers dug out three bodies on Saturday from the rubble of a section of collapsed bridge, raising the death toll from the disaster in southern Vietnam to 49, the Transport Minister said. At a news conference near the site, the minister and an executive from one of the Japanese companies building the bridge over a river apologised for Wednesday's accident, Vietnam's worst bridge disaster. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UF6Q
September 30, 2007
Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vinh Trong (R) visits a victim of the collapsed bridge Manh Hong...
CAN THO CITY, Vietnam
Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vinh Trong visits a victim of the collapsed bridge Manh Hong Thai...
Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vinh Trong (R) visits a victim of the collapsed bridge Manh Hong Thai at 121 military hospital in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Can Tho City September 30, 2007. Recovery workers dug out three bodies on Saturday from the rubble of a section of collapsed bridge, raising the death toll from the disaster in southern Vietnam to 49, the Transport Minister said. At a news conference near the site, the minister and an executive from one of the Japanese companies building the bridge over a river apologised for Wednesday's accident, Vietnam's worst bridge disaster. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB3A
September 27, 2007
Soldiers assisting in the rescue efforts march past the site of a collapsed bridge in Vietnam's Mekong...
VINH LONG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Soldiers march past the scene of a collapsed bridge in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province
Soldiers assisting in the rescue efforts march past the site of a collapsed bridge in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB39
September 27, 2007
The scene of a collapsed bridge is seen through barbwire in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province...
VINH LONG PROVINCE, Vietnam
The scene of a collapsed bridge is seen through barbwire in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province...
The scene of a collapsed bridge is seen through barbwire in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB22
September 27, 2007
Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse...
VINH LONG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse...
Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB21
September 27, 2007
Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse...
VINH LONG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse...
Vietnam's Transport Minister Ho Nghia Dung speaks with media in front the scene of a bridge collapse in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB1R
September 27, 2007
Vietnam's Police Minister General Le Hong Anh (2nd L) and Vice General Director of Police Pham Nam Tao...
VINH LONG PROVINCE, Vietnam
Vietnam's Police Minister General Le Hong Anh and Vice General Director of Police Pham Nam Tao visit...
Vietnam's Police Minister General Le Hong Anh (2nd L) and Vice General Director of Police Pham Nam Tao (2nd R) visit the scene of a bridge collapse in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB1G
September 27, 2007
A Filipino worker Arnel Tabriga, who witnessed the incident of a bridge collapsing, walks past the scene...
VINH LONG PROVINCE, Vietnam
A Filipino worker Arnel Tabriga walks past the scene in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province
A Filipino worker Arnel Tabriga, who witnessed the incident of a bridge collapsing, walks past the scene in Vietnam's Mekong Delta's Vinh Long province September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB10
September 27, 2007
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho city, September 27,...
CAN THO CITY, Vietnam
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho city, September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB0Y
September 27, 2007
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho city, September 27,...
CAN THO CITY, Vietnam
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho city, September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UB07
September 27, 2007
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho city, September 27,...
CAN THO CITY, Vietnam
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse on Mekong Delta in Can Tho city, September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UAZO
September 27, 2007
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse from a boat on Mekong river in Can Tho city,...
CAN THO CITY, Vietnam
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse from a boat on Mekong river in Can Tho
Rescuers carry the body of a victim of a bridge collapse from a boat on Mekong river in Can Tho city, September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-BRIDGE/COLLAPSE
RTR1UAZJ
September 27, 2007
The body of a victim of a bridge collapse is transported by a boat on Mekong river in Can Tho city, September...
CAN THO CITY, Vietnam
The body of a victim of a bridge collapse is transported by a boat on Mekong river in Can Tho
The body of a victim of a bridge collapse is transported by a boat on Mekong river in Can Tho city, September 27, 2007. Rescue workers found five more bodies on Thursday in the rubble of the bridge that collapsed in southern Vietnam, the country's worst bridge accident in which up to 60 workers were killed. The bridge was under construction near the heavily trafficked Hau River that separates the city of Can Tho from Vinh Long province. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/FISHERMEN
RTR1R0YI
June 22, 2007
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes sit on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang...
NHA TRANG CITY, Vietnam
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes sit on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang...
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes sit on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang resort city June 15, 2007. Every year, the sea takes lives and every year, Vietnamese whose livelihoods depend on fishing pray for a safe return and a good catch. Each village has its own way of worshipping the "God of the South Sea" but for the first time in mid-June, in south-central Khanh Hoa province, ceremonies were condensed into one event as part of the Nha Trang Beach Festival. Photo taken on June 15, 2007. REUTERS/Nguyen Van Vinh (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/FISHERMEN
RTR1R0YH
June 22, 2007
Fishermen offer pork to the "God of the South Sea" during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang resort...
NHA TRANG CITY, Vietnam
Fishermen offer pork to the "God of the South Sea" during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang resort...
Fishermen offer pork to the "God of the South Sea" during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang resort city June 15, 2007. Every year, the sea takes lives and every year, Vietnamese whose livelihoods depend on fishing pray for a safe return and a good catch. Each village has its own way of worshipping the "God of the South Sea" but for the first time in mid-June, in south-central Khanh Hoa province, ceremonies were condensed into one event as part of the Nha Trang Beach Festival. Photo taken on June 15, 2007. REUTERS/Nguyen Van Vinh (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/FISHERMEN
RTR1R0YG
June 22, 2007
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes sit on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang...
NHA TRANG CITY, Vietnam
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes sit on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang...
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes sit on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang resort city June 15, 2007. Every year, the sea takes lives and every year, Vietnamese whose livelihoods depend on fishing pray for a safe return and a good catch. Each village has its own way of worshipping the "God of the South Sea" but for the first time in mid-June, in south-central Khanh Hoa province, ceremonies were condensed into one event as part of the Nha Trang Beach Festival. Photo taken June 15, 2007. REUTERS/Nguyen Van Vinh (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM/FISHERMEN
RTR1R0YF
June 22, 2007
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes stand on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang...
NHA TRANG CITY, Vietnam
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes stand on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang...
Fishermen wearing traditional costumes stand on board a boat during a fish worship ceremony in Nha Trang resort city June 15, 2007. Every year, the sea takes lives and every year, Vietnamese whose livelihoods depend on fishing pray for a safe return and a good catch. Each village has its own way of worshipping the "God of the South Sea" but for the first time in mid-June, in south-central Khanh Hoa province, ceremonies were condensed into one event as part of the Nha Trang Beach Festival. Photo taken on June 15, 2007. REUTERS/Nguyen Van Vinh (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMJF
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, holds incenses...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh holds incenses as he prays to Buddha during a requiem mass at the Vinh...
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, holds incenses as he prays to Buddha during a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by an exiled monk intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago and pray for the dead on both sides. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMJ3
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, waves to the...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh waves to the believers as he walks during the requiem mass at the Vinh...
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, waves to the believers as he walks during the requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by Hanh, intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMIW
March 18, 2007
Buddhists pray during a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhists pray during a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city
Buddhists pray during a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by exiled monk Thich Nhat Hanh, which is intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMIK
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monks attend a mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monks attend a mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city
Buddhist monks attend a mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by exiled monk Thich Nhat Hanh, which is intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMI4
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monks attend a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monks attend a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city
Buddhist monks attend a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by exiled monk Thich Nhat Hanh, which is intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMHV
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monks and believers attend a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monks and believers attend a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city
Buddhist monks and believers attend a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by exiled monk Thich Nhat Hanh, which is intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMHO
March 18, 2007
Buddhists prepare lit candles for a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhists prepare lit candles for a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city
Buddhists prepare lit candles for a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by exiled monk Thich Nhat Hanh, which is intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMHG
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monks play music during a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18,...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monks play music during a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city
Buddhist monks play music during a requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by exiled monk Thich Nhat Hanh, which is intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMG7
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, waves to the...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh waves to the believers as he walks during the requiem mass at the Vinh...
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, waves to the believers as he walks during the requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by Hanh, intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-MONK/
RTR1NMG3
March 18, 2007
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh (2nd R), who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, waves...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh waves to the believers as he walks during the requiem mass at the Vinh...
Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh (2nd R), who was exiled from Vietnam because of his anti-war views, waves to the believers as he walks during the requiem mass at the Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh city March 18, 2007. Thousands of Vietnamese attended a three-day Buddhist ceremony led by Hanh, intended to heal the wounds of the Vietnam War four decades ago, and pray for the dead on both sides. Hanh, who left in 1966 and lives in France, was first allowed to return in 2005 by the communist government, which permits several religions under state supervision. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
BIRDFLU VIETNAM
RTR1B19T
November 15, 2005
Ducks are seen at a farm before being burnt in Vinh Hung commune in Hanoi November 15, 2005. Vietnam...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Ducks are seen at a farm before being burnt in Vinh Hung commune in Hanoi
Ducks are seen at a farm before being burnt in Vinh Hung commune in Hanoi November 15, 2005. Vietnam accelerated the slaughter of poultry in two major cities on Tuesday, the deadline for an end to raising fowl there, as it tries to stop the spread of bird flu which might have infected three more people in the north. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM
RTR1B15H
November 15, 2005
Ducks are collected for burning in Vinh Hung commune, Hanoi November 15, 2005. Vietnam accelerate the...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Ducks are collected for burning in Vinh Hung commune, Hanoi
Ducks are collected for burning in Vinh Hung commune, Hanoi November 15, 2005. Vietnam accelerate the slaughter of poultry in two major cities on Tuesday, the deadline for an end to raising fowl there, as it tries to stop the spread of bird flu which might have infected three more people in the north. REUTERS/Kham
BIRDFLU VIETNAM
RTR1B14C
November 15, 2005
A Vietnamese farmer gathers ducks for burning in Vinh Hung commune in Hanoi November 15, 2005. Vietnam...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
A Vietnamese farmer gathers ducks for burning in Vinh Hung commune in Hanoi
A Vietnamese farmer gathers ducks for burning in Vinh Hung commune in Hanoi November 15, 2005. Vietnam accelerated the slaughter of poultry in two major cities on Tuesday, the deadline for an end to raising fowl there, as it tries to stop the spread of bird flu which might have infected three more people in the north. REUTERS/Kham
BIRDFLU VIETNAM
RTR1B148
November 15, 2005
A Vietnamese animal health inspector disinfects poultry bags gathered for burning in Vinh Hung commune,...
Hanoi, Viet Nam
A Vietnamese animal health inspector disinfects poultry bags gathered for burning in Vinh Hung commune...
A Vietnamese animal health inspector disinfects poultry bags gathered for burning in Vinh Hung commune, Hanoi, November 15, 2005. Vietnam accelerated the slaughter of poultry in two major cities on Tuesday, the deadline for an end to raising fowl there, as it tries to stop the spread of bird flu which might have infected three more people in the north. REUTERS/Kham
VIETNAM
RTR1B117
November 15, 2005
Animal health workers collect ducks for burning at a farm in Vinh Hung commune, Hanoi November 15, 2005....
Hanoi, Viet Nam
Animal health workers collect ducks for burning at a farm in Vinh Hung commune, Hanoi
Animal health workers collect ducks for burning at a farm in Vinh Hung commune, Hanoi November 15, 2005. Vietnam accelerate the slaughter of poultry in two major cities on Tuesday, the deadline for an end to raising fowl there, as it tries to stop the spread of bird flu which might have infected three more people in the north. REUTERS/Kham
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