Times of Vietnam
Regarded as the official mouthpiece of the Diệm regime, the Times was disbanded following the 1963 South Vietnamese coup and the President's subsequent assassination on 2 November 1963. The newspaper's last publication was the 1 November morning edition, as its offices were set ablaze by anti-Diệm rioters during the coup that began later that afternoon.
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