What you need to know today in Vietnam:
-- Chairman of the Vietnamese National Assembly Vuong Dinh Hue on Thursday had a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Secretary Dominic Raab as part of his official visit to the UK, according to the Vietnam News Agency.
-- Ho Chi Minh City chairman Phan Van Mai sign a document on Thursday to ask for permission from the prime minister to build an international transit port in Can Gio District at a cost of US$6 billion.
-- A court in Dong Nai Province, southern Vietnam on Thursday sentenced four people to death for transporting and trading nearly 50kg of drugs.
-- A driver died when his truck collides with a train in Binh Thuan Province, south-central Vietnam on Thursday.
-- The Vietnam Office for Seeking Missing Persons handed over the remains of two U.S. soldiers missing in action in Vietnam to the U.S. side in Da Nang on Thursday, according to the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The remains were found between February and June this year.
-- The Ho Chi Minh City taxman has taxed and fined an individual VND31 billion ($1.3 million) revenue from Google.
-- Vietnam will take on France in a women's friendly in Orléans on Satursday. The game will be broadcast live on the social media channels of Next Sports.
-- "The European Union and New Zealand completed negotiations on Thursday for a free trade agreement that could boost the flow of goods and services by 30% and highlights Europe's push for alliances to make up for its business withdrawal from Russia," Reuters reported.