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Good morning from Vietnam!
— A sinkhole, about eight meters deep and a meter wide, was discovered at the intersection of Nguyen Anh Thu and To Ky Streets in District 12, Ho Chi Minh City, on Sunday evening.
— A Chinese tourist died suddenly while swimming on Cham Islet, located off the central Vietnamese province of Quang Nam, according to local authorities.
— Road expansion will be carried out on a section of Phan Van Tri Street in Go Vap and Binh Thanh Districts in October, with total capital investment estimated at VND190 billion (US$8.5 million).
— Many people have been struggling to secure a train ticket for their journeys during next year’s Tet holiday despite a hike in fare.
— The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has ordered a comprehensive inspection of and stern punishment upon facilities that sell ivory, rhino horns, and other wildlife products, in a bid to protect endangered animals.
— A 34-year-old man in the Central Highlands province of Kon Tum has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for stealing property from the headquarters of the local People’s Committee. The man claimed he committed the act in revenge for the improper manners of local leaders.
— Surveillance cameras will be installed along the roads leading to Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City, including Hong Ha, Bach Dang, and Truong Son Streets, to monitor traffic flow and assist the penalization of traffic violators, according to the municipal Department of Transport.
— The Mekong Delta is facing an increasing risk of pollution due to the rising number of fossil-fueled power stations.
— The total value of tax arrears of individuals and organizations across Vietnam has topped VND74.8 trillion ($3.3 billion), the General Department of Taxation under the Ministry of Finance has reported, adding that the high amount was due to losses and financial difficulty faced by the businesses.
— Vietnam has finished first at the 2016 Asian Beach Games, held from September 24 to October 3 in the central city of Da Nang, with 52 gold medals.
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