Vietnam

Global Scan

That monkey selfie? The US government says it belongs to all of us

This cute selfie taken by a monkey who happened on a photographer's camera does not belong to the photographer. So say US regulators, who explain their reasoning. Meanwhile, China's effort to stop the desert's advance using trees has hit a snag. And chalk up another marketing fail — a lingerie line with the same name as a terrorist group. Those stories and more in today's Global Scan.

Global Scan

This is a message for US drone pilots: we are not bugs

How do you let drone pilots dropping bombs by remote control know the consequences of their actions? Some Afghan artists are using a giant photo. And a journalist now claims the US didn't attack Syria's government after evidence of chemical warfare emerged because it may not have been Assad's fault. All that and more, in today's Global Scan.

Arts, Culture & Media

Geo answer

Anchor Katy Clark speaks with author Jon Bowermaster about his 800-mile sea kayak expedition along the coast of Vietnam. His trek began at Ha Long Bay, near the border with China. And Ha Long Bay is the answer to today's Geo Quiz.

Global Politics

Quan Ho

Vietnam these days is young and hip to the latest trends. Some 60 percent of Vietnamese are under 30, and more likely to listen to pop tunes than traditional Vietnamese music. The government hopes to change that. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports.