Read what is in the news today in Vietnam:
-- Police in Quang Nam Province, central Vietnam are investigating an incident where a group of people beat a woman and used gasoline to burn her over an alleged love affair on Thursday.
-- A police officer in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre has been suspended for constantly kicking a man who was being handcuffed behind his back, a source told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper on Sunday.
-- A passenger bus carrying 46 workers overturned down a pass in Phu Tho Province, northern Vietnam on Sunday afternoon, causing many injuries.
-- Police in Hanoi are investigating the cause of a woman immolating herself with gasoline in Hoang Mai District on Sunday.
-- Authorities in Quang Ngai Province, central Vietnam are clarifying the identities of two dead bodies discovered on the local coast in a swollen and deformed state on Sunday.
-- Tan Son Nhat International Airport, Vietnam’s busiest airport in Ho Chi Minh City, welcomed nearly 140,879 passengers on Saturday, marking its third highest single-day number ever after the record figure of 149,177 on Friday and 145,000 on Thursday.
-- Hanoi is the fifth-safest city in Southeast Asia while Ho Chi Minh City is ranked 14th, according to the latest report on the safest cities in the region by statistics site Numbeo.
-- A survey conducted recently by the UAE-based market research firm TGM showed that 96 percent of Vietnamese shop online on smartphones, far higher than the global average of 75 percent.
-- Vietnamese math talent Pham Tuan Huy has been awarded a research fellowship at the Clay Mathematics Institute in the U.S., becoming the second Vietnamese to be honored by the institute after Vietnamese-French mathematician Ngo Bao Chau.
-- “An emotional Novak Djokovic resumed his reign over Melbourne Park by winning a record-extending 10th Australian Open title on Sunday and crushing the Grand Slam dream of Greek trailblazer Stefanos Tsitsipas in a one-sided final,” Reuters reported.
-- Border Patrol agents in Maine recently arrested 13 foreign nationals, including seven adults from Mexico and six from Vietnam, for illegally entering the United States from two locations in western New Brunswick, Canada, Global News reported on Saturday, citing U.S. officials.
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