Check out the news you should not miss today in Vietnam:
-- A man and a woman from Hai Phong City, northern Vietnam allegedly committed suicide by jumping into a river on Monday, with the man dying while the woman was saved by police officers.
-- An automobile suddenly burst into flames when being parked on a street in Da Lat City, located in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, on Monday night, causing significant property damage but no casualties.
-- Eighty-two traffic accidents occurred across Vietnam from Friday to Monday, the first four days of the Tet holiday, killing over 48 people and injuring 61 others, the traffic police division under the Ministry of Public Security confirmed on Monday.
-- “Consumer Reports on Monday urged four chocolate producers to commit by Valentine's Day to reduce the amounts of lead and cadmium in their dark chocolate products, after testing revealed harmful levels of the heavy metals,” Reuters reported.
-- “Spotify Technology SA said on Monday it plans to cut 6% of its workforce and would take a related charge of up to nearly $50 million, adding to the massive layoffs in the technology sector in preparation for a possible recession,” Reuters reported.
-- A flight from China with 214 passengers on board arrived in Khanh Hoa Province on Tuesday morning, making it the first to bring Chinese visitors to Vietnam after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
-- Many Can Tho City residents carried thousands of pots of marigold outside and placed them on the sidewalk in front of their homes to add to the joyful atmosphere in their area, creating a lovely five-kilometer flower street.
-- “An 11th victim died on Monday from injuries suffered in a weekend shooting rampage at a Los Angeles-area dance hall, as investigators searched for a motive behind one of California's bloodiest outbursts of mass gun violence,” Reuters reported.
-- “Two students were killed on Monday and an adult was seriously wounded in a 'targeted' shooting at a nonprofit educational center for at-risk youth in Des Moines, Iowa, local police said,” according to Reuters.