European leagues to resume, Denmark gets creative

General view inside the Tottenham Hotspur stadium – PHOTO: REUTERS BERN (REUTERS) – European football will continue its cautious return to play following the COVID-19 stoppage over the next week as a number of the continent’s smaller leagues restart with some novelties and one team in serious trouble for breaking coronavirus rules.

Disabled people face numerous challenges during Covid-19 pandemic: UNDP

“It is difficult for me to respect social distancing and hygiene rules because people with visual impairment always need a sighted guide when going to a new place and have to touch objects to identify them and orient themselves,” a respondent noted.

Vietnam seeks to reopen certain international air routes

The country has also supported businesses affected by the pandemic by introducing stimulus packages, creating favorable conditions for foreign experts to work in Vietnam while ensuring Covid-19 infection prevention and control measures are followed and working with partners to execute free trade agreements.

Struggling cake shop owner, 41, is charged with ‘selling hundreds of tins of baby formula stolen from Coles’ – and was only caught after proudly displaying the haul in her store’s window

Ms Phan, the 41-year-old female owner of the business, was arrested and spent the night in NSW Police custody at the Sydney Police Centre in Surry Hills 

Son La court sentences 12 in exam cheating scandal

Tran Xuan Yen, the main accused in the exam scandal in Son La Province – PHOTO: VNA HCMC – The People’s Court of Son La Province today, May 29, sentenced 12 people involved in manipulating test scores in the 2018 national high school examination to give 44 students higher scores, Tuoi Tre newspaper reports.

Upcoming EVFTA to fortify lenders

Upcoming EVFTA to fortify lenders, illustration photo The EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) and the EU-Vietnam Investment Protection Agreement are set to amplify European giants’ presence in Vietnam. After the trade deal moves into effect, Vietnam will lift some limits on foreign ownership in local banks to 49 per cent in the next five years, […]

Best Movies/TV to Stream in June: ‘Perry Mason,’ New Spike Lee, Serial-Killer True Crime

Here’s how June is supposed to work, entertainment-wise: multiplexes fill up with big, loud, expensive movies, and television scales back ambition in favor of low-risk, low-impact programming. But in 2020’s upside-down world of closed theaters and social distancing, the old rules don’t apply. Sure, you can tune into the Watt brothers playing an elaborate version […]

VN-Index rises in weekend session as liquidity falls

The other major losers were a mixed bag, with NVL of real estate developer Novaland dropping 1.1 percent, TCB of private Techcombank and CTD of construction giant Coteccons both shedding 1 percent, and BVH of insurance giant Bao Viet Group down 0.9 percent.

Despite good harvest, salt farmers battered by low prices

Low selling price Bac Lieu Province has two districts engaged in the salt farming industry, namely Dong Hai and Hoa Binh. Ben Tre has Ba Tri District with more than 1,020 hereditary salt-farming households in four communes, consisting of Bao Thuan, Bao Thanh, Tan Thuy, and An Thuy, with a total area of 850 hectares. […]

Vietnamese pop tarnished by plagiarism suspicions

Other similar cases included Indian duo Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar’s MV “Sudhar Ja” whose intro was found to resemble the intro of singer Erik’s MV “Dung Co Mo” (Dream On), South Korean G-Dragon’s “Butterfly” which seemed to copy Do Bao’s “Nhung Khung Troi Khac” (Other Horizons), South Korean Jang Jae In and NaShow’s hit “Auditory […]