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-- In recent days, intersections in Ho Chi Minh City have seen a number of people performing fire-breathing stunts in the middle of the street, which has raised concerns over safety and traffic disorder.
-- Police in Tuy Hoa City, located in the south-central province of Phu Yen, said on Wednesday night they were investigating the death of H.T.K.C., 49, after she stepped into a puddle of allegedly electrified water near an iron pylon following a heavy rain earlier the same day.
-- Three elementary school students from the northern province of Dien Bien were found dead from drowning on Wednesday at a section of the Ma River through Muong Luan Commune.
-- Some 3.4 million workers would benefit from the housing rent support policy that has been recently approved by Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh, the Vietnam News Agency cited a press conference in Hanoi on Wednesday.
-- The Fire Prevention and Fighting and Rescue Police Division (PC07) under the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Public Security on Wednesday evening dismantled a big hive of vespa affinis with a diameter of more than one meter hanging on a tamarind tree on Nguyen Du Street in District 1.
-- Two Vietnamese business associations in central and southern Laos have been established as member organizations of the Vietnam Business Association for Cooperation and Investment in Laos, the Vietnam News Agency reported on Wednesday.
-- Hoi An is on top of Booking.com’s list of the most welcoming places in Vietnam in 2022, followed by Phong Nha and Ninh Binh, the travel and accommodation booking platform said in a press release on Wednesday.
-- Fans have bought 804,186 tickets for matches at the World Cup in Qatar later this year in the first phase of sales, Reuters quoted soccer's world governing body and tournament organizers FIFA on Wednesday.