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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News — June 2

Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News — June 2

Friday, June 02, 2023, 08:29 GMT+7
Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News — June 2
Vietnamese maritime law enforcement forces are keeping a close eye on developments related to the illegal operations of the Chinese vessel Xiang Yang Hong 10 in Vietnam's waters. Photo: Ministry of Foreign Affairs 

What you need to know in Vietnam today:

Politics

-- Vietnamese maritime law enforcement forces are keeping a close eye on developments related to the illegal operations of the Chinese vessel Xiang Yang Hong 10 in Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Thursday.

Society

-- Another 80 Vietnamese rescued from forced labor at a Filippino casino have arrived home safe and sound as of Thursday, the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the same day. Sixty of a total of 437 Vietnamese forced laborers saved from the casino had arrived at Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday morning. 

-- A five-year-old child died suspectedly of hand, foot, and mouth disease in Ho Chi Minh City on Wednesday, doctors at Children's Hospital 1 said on Thursday.

-- The Vietnam Space Week will be organized in Hau Giang, Binh Dinh, and Ho Chi Minh City from June 5 to 9. This will make Vietnam the first Southeast Asian country to hold such a NASA event.

-- The southern region of Vietnam is forecast to have less rain on Friday while the northern part will be as hot as 40 degrees Celsius.

Business

-- AirlineRatings.com has rated Vietnam Airlines one of the world's best airlines based on safety and service quality.

-- Sun Taxi Joint Stock Company signed on Thursday a deal to buy 3,000 electric vehicles from VinFast, the automaker arm of Vietnam's largest private conglomerate Vingroup.

-- Vietnam imported 54,344 autos in January-April, up 47.2 percent year on year, according to Vietnamese customs data. 

World News

-- "Tourists in Indonesia are discovering the benefits of mangroves as the archipelago pushes to replant or conserve carbon-rich coastal areas that have been decimated by human activity," Reuters reported.

-- "The most comprehensive genomic study ever on primates - a group whose membership includes lemurs, monkeys, apes and people - has revealed pivotal genetic traits that are uniquely human while refining the timeline for our evolutionary lineage's split from our closest cousins, the chimpanzees and bonobos," Reuters said.

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