Read what is in the news today:
-- Police in Hanoi have arrested and initiated legal proceedings against a 44-year-old woman for impersonating as a police officer to appropriate more than VND20 billion (US$872,308).
-- One person was killed while two others were injured after a car crashed into multiple motorbikes traveling on the opposite side in Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province on Friday night.
-- Authorities in the central province of Quang Nam have decided to reopen non-essential businesses such as massage parlors, clubs, bars, karaoke shops and movie theaters in low and medium-risk COVID-19 transmission areas.
-- Police in the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong have arrested 12 men involved in a violent knife fight that broke out last Sunday and resulted in four serious injuries.
-- Interprovincial passenger bus routes between Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho City have reopened from Friday after months of suspension due to COVID-19, according to the Can Tho City Department of Transport.
-- Trung Vuong COVID-19 Treatment Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City has established an intensive care unit for COVID-19 patients to maintain the medical care for these patients while protecting those seeking other treatment services at the infirmary.
-- A 75-year-old woman from the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong has faced legal charges after 17 iguanas were found inside her house.
-- A mandarin hat of the Nguyen dynasty fetched VND16 billion ($697,846) at the Spanish auction house Balclis on late Thursday night.
-- College and univerisity students aged 18 and older in southern Long An Province have been allowed to go back to school from November 1, while K-12 students will continue the online learning until November 30.
-- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday authorized the Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE coronavirus vaccine for children aged 5 to 11 years, making it the first COVID-19 shot for young children in the U.S., Reuters reported on Friday.
-- Over a dozen LGBT Afghans reached the UK after interventions from foreign minister Liz Truss and gay rights organizations, according to Reuters on Friday.