Ajax loader

Types 

Types 

Topic 

Topic 

Orientation 

Orientation 

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Vinh-Long-(City)

VIETNAM-GENERAL/GIAP
RTR3FNMN 
October 06, 2013 
Nguyen Vinh Thang wipes her face after paying respect to General Vo Nguyen Giap at his house in Hanoi... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Nguyen Vinh Thang wipes her face after paying respect to General Vo Nguyen Giap at his house in Hanoi... 
Nguyen Vinh Thang wipes her face after paying respect to General Vo Nguyen Giap at his house in Hanoi October 6, 2013. Thousands lined up several kilometers long on the street as they try to pay respects to Giap, the self-taught Vietnamese general who masterminded the defeats of France and the United States to become one of the 20th century's most notable military commanders. Giap died on October 4, 2013. He was 102. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY OBITUARY) 
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) 
SOCCER/
RTR1TLE0 
September 08, 2007 
Vietnam's soccer team poses for a photograph before their 2008 Beijing Olympic qualifying soccer match... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Vietnam's soccer team pose for a photograph before their 2008 Beijing Olympic qualifying soccer match... 
Vietnam's soccer team poses for a photograph before their 2008 Beijing Olympic qualifying soccer match against Qatar at the My Dinh stadium in Hanoi September 8, 2007. The players are (front row L to R) Vo Nhat Tan, Vo Duy Nam, Doan Viet Cuong, Nguyen Vu Phong, Le Cong Vinh, (back row L to R) Nguyen Anh Duc, Phung Cong Minh, Mai Tien Thanh, Mai Xuan Hop, Nguyen Thanh Long Giang and Tran Duc Cuong. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) 
SOCCER/
RTR1QIV2 
June 06, 2007 
Vietnam's Olympic soccer team pose for photographers before their 2008 Beijing Olympic qualifying soccer... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Vietnam's soccer team pose for photographers before their 2008 Beijing Olympic qualifying soccer match... 
Vietnam's Olympic soccer team pose for photographers before their 2008 Beijing Olympic qualifying soccer match against Indonesia at the My Dinh stadium in Hanoi June 6, 2007. (L-R) front: Phan Thanh Binh. Nguyen Thanh Long Giang, Doan Viet Cuong, Nguyen Vu Phong and Chau Phong Hoa. Back row: Nguyen Anh Duc, Dong Huy Thai, Mai Xuan Hop, Nguyen Minh Chuyen, Tran Duc Cuong and Le Cong Vinh. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) 
SOCCER/VIETNAM-OMAN
RTR1ORTF 
April 18, 2007 
Vietnam's soccer players pose for a photo before their Beijing Olympic 2008 qualifying football match... 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
Vietnam's soccer players pose for a photo before their Beijing Olympic 2008 qualifying football match... 
Vietnam's soccer players pose for a photo before their Beijing Olympic 2008 qualifying football match against Oman at the My Dinh stadium in Hanoi April 18, 2007. Sitting L-R are: Phan Thanh Binh, Doan Viet Cuong, Vo Duy Nam, Mai Tien Thanh and Nguyen Vu Phong. Standing L-R: Nguyen Thanh Long Giang, Mai Xuan Hop, Nguyen Anh Duc, Nguyen Minh Chuyen, Tran Duc Cuong and Nguyen Cong Vinh. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) 
VIETNAM
RTR11XTL 
July 29, 1999 
VINH LONG,VIETNAM,29JUL99 - Vietnamese boys play football on a rough patch of partially flooded land... 
Vinh Long, Viet Nam 
MUD-SPLATTERED VIETNAMESE BOYS PLAY FOOTBALL AHEAD OF SEA GAMES. 
VINH LONG,VIETNAM,29JUL99 - Vietnamese boys play football on a rough patch of partially flooded land in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long July 28. Football is massively popular in the communist-ruled country and many people will be glued to their television sets on Saturday when the Vietnamese national team takes part in the 10-nation Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. National sports bodies have ordered the domestic media not to disclose the strengths and weaknesses of Vietnamese athletes ahead of the games, so as not to give opponents an advantage.

AJS/TSV 
VIETNAM
RTRQNZ9 
July 29, 1999 
A group of mud-splattered Vietnamese boys take a break from playing football on a rough patch of land... 
Vinh Long, Viet Nam 
MUD-SPLATTERED VIETNAMESE BOYS WAIT TO PLAY FOOTBALL AHEAD OF SEA GAMES. 
A group of mud-splattered Vietnamese boys take a break from playing football on a rough patch of land in the Mekong Delta province of Vinh Long July 28. Football is massively popular in the communist-ruled country and many people will be glued to their television sets on Saturday when Vietnam's national team takes part in the 10-nation Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. National sports bodies have ordered the domestic media not to disclose the strengths and weaknesses of Vietnamese athletes ahead of the games, so as not to give opponents an advantage.

AJS/TSV 
Sort by 
Display 
Items per page 
Page 
of 1