The last remains of the 39 Vietnamese people who died while being smuggled in a lorry to the UK have been repatriated to their home country.
The bodies of 16 of the 39 Vietnamese who died when human traffickers carried them by lorry to the UK last month were repatriated to their homeland on Wednesday and have been taken to their families.
Two 15-year-olds and a woman who sent a final text message to her family have been named as some of the people found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex.
All 39 people found dead in the back of a lorry in Essex last month have now been formally identified, police has said.
Eight people have been arrested by Vietnamese police in connection with the 39 migrants found dead in a lorry in Essex.
Members of the Vietnamese community have gathered in London for a vigil in memory of the 39 people found in a lorry in Essex.
The government of Vietnam has said it is “deeply saddened” to learn the 39 migrants found dead in the back of a lorry are all believed to be its citizens, describing it as a “serious humanitarian tragedy”.
Police are working with Vietnamese authorities to identify the eight women and 31 men found dead in a lorry in Essex.
The conditions on the jungle set of Spike Lee’s upcoming Vietnam war drama were so hot and humid that members of the crew fainted.
Malaria parasites resistant to several drugs are spreading rapidly in South East Asia, scientists have said.
Houston, Doha, Mexico, Halifax (Canada), Karamay (China) and Pemba (Mozambique) have also been identified in the council’s travel plan for the next financial year.
The Kilted Chef, Craig Wilson, took the flavours of Scotland to Hanoi in Vietnam earlier this month when he participated in a festival of food and drink featuring Michelin star chefs from across the world.
Two men from Vietnam have been charged in connection with alleged human trafficking in the north-east.
The brother of a North-east man who was feared kidnapped after a night out in Vietnam has told of his 20-mile walk to safety.
A North-east man reported missing in Vietnam has been found safe and well according to friends.
By the time you read this I could be in a Vietnamese morgue covered in a hundred tyre marks.
When I was asked to complete a wellbeing questionnaire a day before setting off on my holiday, I put a big cross over an angry-looking face, indicating the maximum five out of five for my stress levels.