An Nhon

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An Nhon

(ˈɑn ˈnɔn)
n.
a city in S central Vietnam. 117,000. Formerly, Binh Dinh.
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He served as a rifleman for several months before becoming his platoon's radio telephone operator near the Binh Dinh Province.
Communities in the Binh Dinh and Gia Lai provinces will benefit from easier access to markets, reduced travel time, and better road safety.
Losing Binh Dinh reveals a fundamental flaw in the "lost victory" hypothesis: that the American goals of "Vietnamization" and "pacification" directly contradicted one another, to the extent of being mutually exclusive.
Many people living in the central Binh Dinh province's My Chau commune in Vietnam are yet to receive free health insurance coverage despite eligibility, according to deputy chairperson of My Chau People's Committee, Le Trung Kien.
Binh Dinh Province reported the highest number of deaths, followed by Quang Ngai, the official Thanh Nien (Young People) newspaper reports.
Rain continued to fall on Sunday morning in the coastal provinces of Quang Ngai and Binh Dinh -- where at least 20 people (of the 34) were killed," Trung said, adding damage is initially estimated at around $65 million.
In the worst-hit province of Binh Dinh, floods killed 12 people and left two missing, officials said.
The wall stretches from northern Quang Ngai Province south into the province of Binh Dinh and is arguably the greatest engineering feat of the Nguyen Dynasty.
Palmerston North nurse educator Anne de Bres looks back on her two-and-half years working in Viet Nam's Binh Dinh Province as a volunteer with Volunteer Service Abroad (VSA) as a dream fulfilled.
The Outrigger Vinh Hoi Bay Resort and Spa (the resort) will be a division of Vinh Hoi Bay Golf Resort, built on a beach close to Quy Nhon in Binh Dinh province.
At present NBC has a knitwear factory in Binh Dinh province where it manufactures knitwear that is exported to the USA.
Several villages in neighboring Binh Dinh Province suffered their worst flooding in four decades, after the Ha Thanh River surged over its banks, said disaster official Nguyen Van Hoa.