Read what is in the news today:
-- The 15th Vietnamese National Assembly adopted the Law on Mobile Police on Tuesday, the 17th working day of its third sitting.
-- The National Assembly on Tuesday voted on a resolution to put together a team responsible for inspecting mobilization, management, and use of resources for COVID-19 control in the 2020-22 period.
-- A gold mine in northern Bac Kan Province exploded, killing one worker, injuring one, and leaving another unaccounted for on Monday after a drill hit a quarry, the provincial chairman said on Tuesday.
-- A 57-year-old Vietnamese tourist was robbed of his €50,000 Patek Philippe watch while walking on Silvio Pellico Street, a stone’s throw from Milan’s city square Piazza del Duomo in Italy, MilanoToday reported on Monday.
-- Automaker VinFast announced its plan to open more than 50 showrooms in Europe at the 35th International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS35) in Norway on Tuesday.
-- Members of the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association sold 43,816 vehicles of all kinds in May, up 3.4 percent from the previous month, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
-- The Ministry of Finance has put forward a proposal on environmental tax reduction for gasoline and diesel as the retail prices repeatedly hit record highs.
-- Cai Mep International Terminal of Vietnam was ranked 13th by scoring 67.529 index value among the 370 most efficient container terminals/port clusters globally, according to the Container Port Performance Index 2021 report (CPPI 2021).
-- “Joel Campbell’s early goal sent Costa Rica to the World Cup for a third successive tournament as they edged past 10-man New Zealand 1-0 in their intercontinental playoff on Tuesday and secured the last place at the finals in Qatar,” Reuters reported.
-- Vietnamese grandmaster Le Quang Liem has maintained his top position following a win against Salem Saleh from the UAE in their sixth match on Wednesday as part of the Prague Masters 2022, taking place in the Czech Republic.