Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News — February 7

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Breakfast @ Tuoi Tre News — February 7

Vehicles are stuck on a road that leads to the Cat Lai Ferry in Thu Duc City under Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam on February 6, 2022. Photo: Duc Phu / Tuoi Tre

Check out the news you should not miss today:


— Throngs of people, along with their vehicles, rushed back to Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi on Sunday afternoon from their hometowns after the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday, causing serious congestion at gateways to these cities.

— A total of 121 people were killed in traffic accidents across Vietnam during the nine-day Tet holiday, traffic police reported.

— Police in Ho Chi Minh City have detained a 25-year-old man in connection with a traffic accident that resulted in one death and one hospitalization.

— Residents in Da Nang flocked to the APEC Statue Park on the Han River bank in Hai Chau District to admire the landscape and take photographs on Sunday, the last day of the nine-day Tet break.

— Thousands of people crammed Vietnam’s largest pagodas Bai Dinh and Tam Chuc, in northern Vietnam, to pray for good health and fortune as the Lunar New Year holiday came to an end on Sunday.


— The Vietnamese national women’s football team will be given about VND10 billion (US$441,501) and a number of valuable rewards following their victory against Chinese Taipei in the play-offs of the 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup in India on Sunday.

World News

— Seoul’s housing market, one of the most unaffordable in the world, has begun to show signs that its red-hot five-year boom could be running out of steam – just in time for the March presidential vote, according to Reuters.

— Three mountain climbers were found dead on Sunday evening near the popular ski resort of Kalavryta in Greece, Reuters reported.

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