• “Single mothers’ voices” exhibition in Hanoi

    (VOV) - An exhibition entitled “Single mothers’ voices” is due to open at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum in Hanoi on March 7.

  • Father and son who ran family business trafficking women for sex are jailed

    A father and son who ran a family business of 'sexual slavery' by trafficking women into the UK then forcing them into prostitution have been jailed.

  • It's not just girls: Boys are now hitting puberty a year earlier, finds study

    Boys are on a faster track to puberty reaching the milestone an average year earlier than their fathers' generation, a study has found.

  • Birth of twins: Devil's will or double joy?

    The birth of twins is always an outstanding event. In old times it was seen as the "devil's will." For modern parents the birth of two children is a double joy. There are numerous twin-related myths concerning their health, character, and behavior. Are these myths backed up by studies of physicians and psychologists?


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  • A Woman. A Prostitute. A Slave.

    Americans tend to associate “modern slavery” with illiterate girls in India or Cambodia. Yet there I was the other day, interviewing a college graduate who says she spent three years terrorized by pimps in a brothel in Midtown anhattan.
  • Online pedophiles play real games

    Children's online pornography is rapidly developing. This is a nasty business, but it brings in lots of money. Recently, a resident of Barnaul placed an Internet ad saying that he is "leasing" a twelve-year old kid from an orphanage. He was asking 50 thousand rubles a day for the service ($1,700).

  • Miss India snags crown

    HA NOI — The Miss Earth 2010 crown was placed on 20-year-old Nicole Faria's head in the beach city of Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa Province on Saturday night.

  • The first museum exhibition about HIV epidemic

    (CPV) – The first case of HIV was reported in Vietnam more than 20 years ago. Since then, there have been many changes in what is known about the virus, in our ability to treat the disease, and in individual and community attitudes and behaviours towards people living with HIV.

  • Excellent female speakers on HIV/AIDS

    On November 30, the final round of “National competition for Good speakers about HIV/AIDS prevention 2010” was held in Hanoi with the participation of female speakers who are about 20 years old.