Read what is in the news today:
— Vietnam jumped 39 notches to become the 62nd-best country worldwide for quality of life in 2021, according to a report recently released by CEOWORLD – the world’s leading business and trade magazine.
— Police in southern Tay Ninh Province are investigating the deaths of three family members, whose bodies were found on a stream in Tan Bien District on Sunday.
— All passengers successfully escaped from a sleeper bus when it bursted into flames on Thang Long Highway in Hanoi on its way from Phu Tho Province to Hai Phong City on Sunday afternoon.
— Passengers are now allowed to bring folding bicycles onto the Cat Linh – Ha Dong urban railway train in Hanoi, Vu Hong Truong, general director of the Hanoi Railway Company (Hanoi Metro), said on Sunday.
— Scientists of the Vietnam National Museum of Nature, University of Michigan, La Sierra University, and San Diego Natural History Museum recently discovered two species of snakes, Lycodon anakradaya and Lycodon truongi, that are endemic to the south of the Truong Son range in central Vietnam.
— The Ta Dung – Dak Nong Paragliding Tournament 2022 concluded in Dak Glong District of Dak Nong Province on Sunday.
— Vietnam will be the host country of Miss Grand International 2023, the organizer announced on the beauty pageant’s official Instagram account on Sunday.
— L’Équipe reported on Sunday that Vietnamese star midfielder Nguyen Quang Hai is on the verge of signing for Ligue 2 outfit Pau FC.
— “Group of Seven leaders on Sunday pledged to raise $600 billion in private and public funds over five years to finance needed infrastructure in developing countries and counter China’s older, multitrillion-dollar Belt and Road project,” Reuters reported.