Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News – April 6

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Here are the most important news stories about Vietnam you should not miss today, April 6, 2015.


— Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev began his three-day official visit to Vietnam after arriving in Hanoi on Sunday.

— Minister of Justice Ha Hung Cuong wrapped up his week-long working visit to the Republic of Korea on Sunday. Cuong is the first Vietnamese justice minister to visit that country.


— A 38-year-old man set himself and his eight-year-old daughter on fire out of anger at his divorced wife in the southern province of An Giang on Saturday, severely burning both.

— Two were killed while four others were injured in a rare double accident that involved a bus, a truck, and a number of motorcycles in the southern province of Binh Duong on Sunday.

— Hundreds of hectares of melaleuca forest in the southernmost province of Ca Mau were consumed by a fire on Sunday.

— Three pick-pocketing suspects who targeted female students traveling on buses in Ho Chi Minh City were nabbed by the city’s police on Sunday.


— Brazil has lifted an import ban it slapped in September last year on Vietnam out of food safety fears, allowing exporters from the Southeast Asian country to return to the market after a six-month hiatus.

— Vietnam does not have a deep pocket that allows it to run more effective campaigns to lure tourists, the chief of the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism said Sunday.


— American actress, singer, and songwriter Demi Lovato has confirmed she will perform at the music festival YAN Beatfest 2015, which will take place in Ho Chi Minh City on May 9.

— The first episode of singing reality show Vietnam Idol 2015 was still on air on Sunday night even though it remains unclear whether the show producer has received the broadcasting license from local authorities or not.

— Duc Vinh, 9, stormed to victory on the Vietnam’s Got Talent show on Sunday night with his Vietnamese traditional music performance.

— Eleven central art organizations will offer 53 free-of-charge performances in a months-long event from April to September in Ho Chi Minh City to mark Vietnam’s 40th reunification anniversary.


— Hosting the 2021 SEA Games, the largest sports event of Southeast Asia, will be a golden chance to give Ho Chi Minh City’s sports industry a boost, sports and economics expert Tran Van Nghia told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper in an interview published Monday.

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