Check out news you should not miss today in Vietnam:
-- Authorities in Quang Nam Province said on Wednesday night they were searching for a five-year-old girl who had gone missing after being thrown into a local river by her father during an argument with her mother over jealousy.
-- The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) on Wednesday delivered new tuberculosis (TB) detection tools and treatment medications valued at roughly US$3 million to the National Lung Hospital of Vietnam in support of Vietnam’s goal to end TB by 2030, the U.S. Embassy in Hanoi said in a press release the same day.
-- The Military Hospital 175 in Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City will organize a wedding ceremony for 20 medical worker couples, who had to postpone their wedding receptions to fight COVID-19 last year, on February 20, the hospital announced at a press conference on Wednesday.
-- About 153,000 foreign passengers flew from/to Vietnam from the time the country launched a pilot program to resume international flights in January to February 14, the Vietnam News Agency reported on Wednesday, quoting the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam.
-- Authorities in Thai Nguyen Province on Wednesday handed over a license to Samsung Electro-Mechanics Vietnam Co. Ltd. that allows the company to add US$920 million to its project at Yen Binh Industrial Park in Pho Yen Town, the Vietnam News Agency reported the same day.
-- Hoi An has recently ranked amongst the world’s 10 most welcoming cities on Earth in 2022, alongside cities such as Matera in Italy and Bled in Slovenia, Booking.com revealed at its Traveler Review Awards 2022 on Wednesday.
-- Fan violence related to professional soccer matches in Germany leads to costs of nearly 44 million euros (US$50 million) annually, Reuters reported, citing a report published by Germany's Ifo Institute on Wednesday.