Irish haulier pleads guilty over Vietnamese truck deaths in UK

LONDON – A 40-year-old Irish haulier has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of 39 Vietnamese men, women and boys found dead in the back of a refrigerated truck near London

Netherlands suspects trafficking of Vietnamese minors through asylum centres

AMSTERDAM – Almost all the Vietnamese children who arrived in Dutch asylum centres in recent years disappeared and were probably trafficked, the Dutch government advisor on human trafficking has said. Eighty

Vietnam denounces Slovakian expulsion of diplomat in abduction row

PRAGUE – Vietnam has denounced Slovakia’s expulsion of one of its diplomats in a row over the abduction of a disgraced Vietnamese businessman via Slovakia in 2017, saying it was

Irish court approves extradition over Vietnamese truck deaths

DUBLIN – An Irish court has approved the extradition of one of the two Northern Irish men charged with manslaughter over the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people found in the


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UK man in truck deaths case pleads guilty to immigration, property offences

LONDON – A British truck driver charged with the manslaughter of 39 Vietnamese nationals found dead in a truck near London last month has pleaded guilty to plotting to assist

US to provide ship to Vietnam to boost South China Sea patrol

HANOI – The United States announced on Wednesday it will provide Vietnam with another coast guard cutter for its growing fleet of ships, boosting Hanoi’s ability to patrol the South

Confusion, anguish in Vietnam as families await UK truck dead

HANOI – Tradition in Vietnam dictates that the dead should be buried within three days, but Nguyen Dinh Gia is still waiting for his son’s body to come home. “We

Vietnam jails Australian citizen for 12 years on ‘terrorism’ charges

HANOI – A court in Vietnam has sentenced a 70-year-old Vietnamese-Australian man to 12 years in prison after finding him guilty of “terrorism”, a lawyer who attended the trial told