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-- Police in the northern province of Lao Cai on Wednesday initiated legal proceedings against a 30-year-old man for beating his girlfriend to death three months ago.
-- Doctors from Thanh Vu Hospital Medic Bac Lieu in the namesake province said on Wednesday that they had successfully removed a strange object from an eight-year-old girl's vagina.
-- Police in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang on Wednesday arrested and initiated legal proceedings against the former principal and former accountant of a local elementary school for embezzling more than VND600 million (US$25,823).
-- A video has recently gone viral of a thief sneaking into a house and stealing valuables and a motorbike worth over VND100 million ($4,303) in Thu Duc City under Ho Chi Minh City.
-- Police in Ho Chi Minh City said on Wednesday that they had arrested a 20-year-old man for stabbing a person to death during a fight earlier this week.
-- The District 5 People's Committee in Ho Chi Minh City announced on Wednesday that a lion dance will be performed two evenings each month to attract local and international tourists beginning July.
-- Vietnamese weightlifter Le Van Cong won a silver medal in the men's 49kg weight category at the 2022 Asia Oceania Open Championships in Pyeongtaek, South Korea on Wednesday.
-- Vietnamese grandmaster Le Quang Liem maintained both his top position and undefeated streak following a draw with Pentala Harikrishna from India in their seventh match on Thursday as part of the Prague Masters 2022, taking place in the Czech Republic.
-- “Two U.S. citizens who traveled to Ukraine as volunteer fighters against Russian forces have been missing for a week and are feared captured, family members said on Wednesday,” Reuters reported.
-- “The Federal Reserve on Wednesday approved its largest interest rate increase in more than a quarter of a century to stem a surge in inflation that U.S. central bank officials acknowledged may be eroding public trust in their power, and being driven by events seen increasingly out of their hands,” Reuters reported.