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Newspaper Tuổi Trẻ · The Youth read in English

Ho Chi Minh ·Vietnamese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Communism
The central newspaper of Vietnam, the most popular, widely circulated and influential. Initially, it pursued the goals of an anti-American campaign during the Vietnam War, and was distributed in universities. Today, Tuoyche is a modern, serious and reformist publication that periodically publishes «hot» journalistic investigations.

Newspaper Thanh Niên · The Youth Newspaper read in English

Ho Chi Minh ·Vietnamese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Communism
The official publication of «HộI Liên hiệp Thanh niên ViệT Nam», the «Vietnam United Youth League», a public organization dedicated to planning the life and leisure of young people. The newspaper covers the topics of education, career, science, history, culture and entertainment, and sets the right values. The Vietnamese version of the Soviet «Komsomolskaya Pravda».

Newspaper Nhân Dân · The People read in English

Hanoi ·Vietnamese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Communism
Central press organ of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Voice of the Party, State and People. The newspaper is as important to Vietnam as «Pravda» was to the USSR. The electronic version is designed as an interactive encyclopedia on modern Vietnam.

Newspaper Sài Gòn Giải Phóng · The Free Saigon read in English

Ho Chi Minh ·Vietnamese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Communism
The official newspaper of the Communist Party of Vietnam, named after the city of Saigon (the old name of Ho Chi Minh City), is one of the five most important socio-political newspapers in the country. It is published in Vietnamese, English and Chinese.

Newspaper Tiền Phong · The Vanguard read in English

Hanoi ·Vietnamese ·Newspaper ·Daily ·General ·Communism
One of the first revolutionary newspapers in Vietnam, it appeared in 1957 and its formation occurred during the First Indochina War. As part of the newspaper, various appendices were published, which later became independent publications.