Read what is in the news today:
-- The Ministry of Health confirmed 1,460 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, raising Vietnam’s caseload to 10,770,304.
-- Greater Manchester Police in the UK received a report last Thursday that four Vietnamese nationals were missing and may have been involved in a fire as workers discovered human remains while demolishing a burnt mill, The Guardian reported on Monday.
-- Heavy rain flooded many roads and residential areas in Bien Hoa City and Trang Bom District of southern Dong Nai Province on Tuesday afternoon.
-- A house fire killed a 61-year-old man with difficulty walking in the southernmost Ca Mau Province on Tuesday.
-- Lam Dong General Hospital in the namesake province said on Tuesday that a two-year-old girl, who had been hospitalized with a traumatic brain injury and other wounds suspected to be caused by her babysitters, was successfully treated and discharged.
-- Two blue whales appeared at De Gi beach in Phu Cat District, south-central Binh Dinh Province on Tuesday morning, a local official confirmed later the same day.
-- Vietnam raked in US$29.17 billion from phone and component exports during the first half of the year, marking a rise of 16.4 percent on-year, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
-- Three German-Vietnamese bilingual books have been launched in Berlin to support the Vietnamese community in the country to understand Vietnamese language and culture, the Vietnam News Agency reported.
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