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-- The National Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting said on Wednesday the Mekong River may reach its highest water level in the past four years, increasing a risk of flooding in low-lying areas of downstream provinces.
-- The National Cyber Security of Vietnam reported on Wednesday that there were an average of 1,006 cyberattacks each month over the past nine months, posing challenges for the country’s information systems.
-- Police in Ninh Thuan Province, south-central Vietnam said on Wednesday that they had arrested and initiated legal proceedings against two men who threw stones at police officers last week after being requested to stop on the street.
-- A driver is now being wanted by Vietnam’s Nha Trang police after causing a traffic pile-up in which his automobile collided with four other vehicles, causing no injuries.
-- The State Securities Commission of Vietnam issued a recommendation to investors against activities providing securities services on online platforms without a license from this agency, as these applications may raise trading risks.
-- Doctors at the National Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Hanoi said on Wednesday that they had successfully nurtured newborn twins born preterm at 25 weeks' gestation and weighing barely 500 grams each. The twins were discharged from the hospital following four months of treatment.
-- Rain and low temperatures are expected to begin in northern Vietnam from Sunday due to the effects of a cold spell.
-- Sydney is set to record its wettest year in 164 years as authorities braced for major floods in Australia's east, with more heavy downpours expected to fall over the next three days, Reuters reported on Thursday.