Check out the news you should not miss today, June 6:
-- A memorandum of understanding on the Military Training and Cooperation Program of Canada on Tuesday was signed in the presence of Vietnamese Minister of National Defense Ngo Xuan Lich and his Canadian counterpart Harjit Singh Sajjan in Hanoi. The program is intended to help Vietnamese officers have more chances to take part in diverse training courses in Canada.
-- On the occasion of the World Environment Day on June 5, the Canadian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City kicked off a local campaign on plastic pollution advocacy, with more than 14 members of foreign diplomatic missions including consuls general and honorary consuls general signing a Code of Conduct on Combating Plastic Pollution in Vietnam.
-- The Ministry of Public Security has released a warning about law violations by foreigners, mostly Chinese, in the central city of Da Nang, including stealing bank card information, theft, murder and immigration issues.
-- Around 736 children in Vietnam were abused in January-May, with 84 percent being sexual abuse, according to police.
-- Minors injuries were recorded after a passenger bus carrying 22 Chinese tourists and two Vietnamese on Tuesday lost control and fell into a hole on the roadside while traveling through Dam Ha District in the northern province of Quang Ninh. Police are investigating the cause.
-- Environmental police in the north-central province of Nghe An on Tuesday arrested three suspects who allegedly transferred five carcasses of tiger cubs by car as they traveled through Dien Thanh Commune, Dien Chau District.
-- The Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism on Tuesday decided to award a commendation to the Giang Brothers who wowed audiences and judges of the 2018 Britain’s Got Talent show with their jaw-dropping acrobatic performances in which one carried the other on his head as he was walking up and down steps.