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— Some armed men, suspected to be members of a gang, reportedly severed the index and middle fingers of a 12th grader who was returning home in Ho Chi Minh City on Friday night. The victim has been rushed to the hospital for treatment.
— Doctors from the Vietnam – Sweden Hospital in Uong Bi City, Quang Ninh Province, successfully removed a 20cm telephone headset cable from the bladder of a 25-year-old man on Friday who had put it into his own urethra.
— A flight from Malaysia was landing on the runway of Da Nang International Airport then suddenly took off again, causing panic among the passengers.
— Doctors from Ho Chi Minh City Children’s Hospital claimed on Friday that they were able to provide prompt treatment for a 2-year-old girl who was strangled by a backpack and almost died while playing in kindergarten.
— Police in Ho Chi Minh City are investigating a case where an armed gang attacked a local eatery on Thursday night, resulting in the serious injury of two men who had to be hospitalized.
— Agustaviano Sofjan, Consul General of the Republic of Indonesia in Ho Chi Minh City, donated a Batik-dyed Ao Dai to the Ao Dai Museum on Friday in order to highlight Indonesia’s distinctive cultural characteristics.
— “North Korea appointed a key nuclear negotiator, Choe Son Hui, as its new foreign minister, state media said on Saturday, as the country concluded a ruling party meeting chaired by leader Kim Jong Un,” Reuters reported.