Read what is in the news today in Vietnam:
-- Ho Chi Minh City authorities inaugurated the second branch of the Bung Bridge project, which cost VND515 billion (US$21.3 million), to connect Binh Tan District and Tan Phu District on Sunday afternoon after five years of construction.
-- The North-South railway through the Da Nang-Hue area was officially reopened at 10:00 am on Sunday after a day of interruption due to floods and landslides in the central region, the Vietnam Railways Corporation announced the same day.
-- A worker at a filling station in Cai Nuoc District, Ca Mau Province returned a tael of gold, which was sold at VND66.9 million ($2,772) on Friday in Vietnam, he had found while cleaning the venue to its owner as witnessed by local police, a local official said on Sunday.
-- Rescuers found the body of a man in debris in north-central Quang Tri Province early on Monday morning after his house collapsed due to a landslide occurring at the nearby Thach Han River at midnight on Sunday.
-- The 2022 Vietnam International Woodworking Industry Fair (Vietnam Wood 2022) and the Vietnam International Furniture Accessories, Hardware & Tools Exhibition (Furnitec 2022) will be held at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center in Ho Chi Minh City from Tuesday to Friday.
-- Farmed chicken eggs are now selling at VND2,400 apiece, down VND250 compared to September and down VND350 compared to the record high of the previous two months, according to many southern farms. ($1 = VND24,135)
-- “A superb second-half goal from Mohamed Salah earned Liverpool a 1-0 victory over Manchester City on Sunday as the champions lost their unbeaten start to the Premier League season in a heated thriller that saw home coach Juergen Klopp red-carded,” Reuters reported.
-- “Karim Benzema, Federico Valverde and Rodrygo were all on target as a dominant Real Madrid beat old rivals Barcelona 3-1 at home in 'El Clasico' on Sunday to move top of LaLiga,” Reuters reported.
-- A fire at Iran’s Evin prison late on Saturday killed four detainees and injured 61, state media reported.
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