At his peak, Ngo Minh Hieu had stolen personal data from over 60 percent of Americans. Now, he's breaking into multibillion-dollar criminal operations in Cambodia.
The drug-fuelled raves would see patients and hospital staff partying in a revamped hospital room equipped with strobe lights, DJ tables, and an assortment of narcotics.
“Why didn’t they kill me with my mother?” Nguyen Thi Thanh asked, as she relived the day South Korean soldiers rampaged through her village, slaughtering her family.
A man was fined $320 by Vietnamese authorities for starting the rumor, which said the tycoon was barred from leaving the country due to a corruption crackdown.
She caught him in the act after installing a hidden camera. Now doctors are saying the injuries are so severe that his penis can’t be reattached.
Pham Doan Trang was awarded the International Women of Courage prize, a move Vietnam said was “not conducive for the development of bilateral relations.”
Exiled from his homeland by war, the Vietnamese monk left a lasting impact on Western culture by teaching the Buddhist philosophy of mindfulness.
The victims, all Vietnamese, desperately attempted to contact the outside world as temperatures inside the container rose to 40 degrees celsius.
In an inglorious list of dictatorships and authoritarian regimes, three Asian countries lead the way for the number of journalists languishing in prison.
Vietnamese officials drew flak this month for eating gold steak at the real Salt Bae’s restaurant in London—after visiting Karl Marx’s grave.
There's nothing more 2021 than Salt Bae feeding a communist party official gold-plated steak after a climate change summit.
Clue: They're shaped like a U and you've likely seen them without realising, too.