PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Thousands of government supporters rallied in Cambodia on Sunday against comments allegedly made by an opposition leader about atrocities during the "Killing Fields" era, as the United States denounced moves to expel opposition lawmakers from parliament. Full story
The gulf between veterans and the rest of America appears to only be growing wider. The Up panel discusses the declining number of military veterans in politics, and how that affects the establishment and the culture of the military itself.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Eleven people in the United States, the UK and Vietnam have been arrested and accused of running a $200 million worldwide credit card fraud ring, U.S. and UK law enforcement officials said on Wednesday. Full story
During his quarter century with NBC News, Don Oliver covered several big stories of the day including Vietnam, the civil rights movement and groundbreaking coverage of the environment. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.
Vietnam combat veteran receives long overdue welcome from his hometown. KARE's Boyd Huppert reports.
Chris Jansing traveled to Vietnam with Medal of Honor recipient Jack Jacobs in April 2011.
A steel bridge designed in the shape of a dragon that launches fire plumes and jets of water is open for traffic in Da Nang, Vietnam. NBCNews.com's Dara Brown reports.
In her “From the Vault” segment, Melissa Harris-Perry looks back on a story from after the Vietnam war, showing that although America fights different wars, it’s still facing some of the same battles.
A bowl of pho, Vietnam's signature beef noodle soup, is seen at a restaurant in Capital Garden Hotel in Hanoi March 30, 2011. REUTERS/Kham
A man walks near incomplete pillars of an urban railway in Hanoi June 11, 2013. Hitachi Ltd has received an order to build Vietnam's first urban railway in Ho Chi Minh city for 37 billion yen ($373.2 million), the Japanese infrastructure company said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINE
An employee places gold products for sale at a shop in Hanoi June 11, 2013. Gold prices in Vietnam retreated on Tuesday to the lowest since June 8, tracking slipping prices on global markets and increased supply from the country's central bank via regular tenders. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSIN
An employee shows gold products to a client at a shop in Hanoi June 11, 2013. Gold prices in Vietnam retreated on Tuesday to the lowest since June 8, tracking slipping prices on global markets and increased supply from the country's central bank via regular tenders. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BU