(BBC) -- A Vietnamese father and his son who fled to the jungle during the war four decades ago have been persuaded to leave, officials say.
Ho Van Lang and his 82-year-old father reportedly shunned contact with the outside world after three family members were killed by a landmine.
For most of their time in the jungle their whereabouts was unknown.
They were discovered living in dense foliage in central Quang Ngai province and were barely able to communicate.
Mr Ho was said by officials to only know a few words of the local Cor dialect.
Vietnamese media reported that Mr Ho's brother succeeded in tracking the pair down 20 years ago, but had not been able to persuade them to return to modern society.
Local media initially reported that the 82-year-old's wife had been killed by the mine, but it subsequently emerged that it was in fact his mother and her two grandchildren. Read more via BBC...