Tropical storm kills one, injures four in Vietnam

Tropical Storm Dianmu killed one person and left four injured in northern Vietnam, local media reported Saturday.

The country's northernmost provinces were hit hardest as the storm made landfall on Friday at Haiphong, the country's third largest city, the Tuoi Tre newspaper reported.

Winds of up to 90 kilometres per hour and rainfall of 200 millimetres were reported.

One person was killed in Son La province near the Laotian border, with three other injured in Hanoi and one in Vinh Phuc province. 

Although the storm weakened and dissipated late Friday, authorities anticipate flooding and mudslides in the northern mountains in the coming days.

Last update: Sat, 20/08/2016 - 10:04

More from World

Amnesty: Around half a million displaced in south-east Turkey

Turkish authorities have expelled about half a million people from their homes in the country's south-east, human...

Report: Secret detentions used to extract confessions in China

The Chinese government uses a secretive detention system called "shuanggui" to extract confessions from Communist...

Russia blocks UN resolution for ceasefire in Aleppo

Russia blocks a resolution in the UN Security Council for a one-week ceasefire in the hard-fought northern Syrian...

"Mother" of India's Tamil Nadu state, Jayalalithaa dies aged 68

Jayaram Jayalalithaa, one of India's most powerful and popular politicians, died at a hospital in Chennai on Monday...

Islamic State calls for attacks on Turkey, Turkish embassies

An audio recording released in the name of the Islamic State extremist group Monday called for attacks on Turkey and...