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jeudi 30 janvier 2020

Policing Vietnam : how Australia could help

Men comprise 90% of the country’s police, and a common complaint is male officers pay scant attention to women’s issues.

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mercredi 8 janvier 2020

Policing Vietnam : how Australia could help

Men comprise 90% of the country’s police, and a common complaint is male officers pay scant attention to women’s issues.

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vendredi 8 novembre 2019

Vietnam : drop terrorism charges against political campaigners

Vietnam should drop terrorism charges against three men accused of affiliation with an overseas political group that presently advocates for democracy, human rights, and political reform, Human Rights Watch said today.

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vendredi 30 août 2019

Australian retiree Van Kham Chau to be prosecuted by Vietnam on terrorism charges

An Australian retiree who has been detained without charge for more than six months will be prosecuted on terrorism charges, Vietnam's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said.

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mercredi 28 août 2019

Morrison government urged to push Vietnam over 'unjustly jailed' Australian retiree

An Australian citizen has been languishing in a Vietnamese prison and Human Rights Watch wants Australia to act.

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dimanche 25 août 2019

Australia and Vietnam agree on efforts to restrict Chinese expansion in the South China Sea

The Prime Minister has declared he's standing up for the principle of international law, after taking a thinly veiled swipe at China during a visit to Vietnam.

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vendredi 23 août 2019

Morrison urged to address human rights on Vietnam visit after calling nation 'free'

Human Rights Watch raises concerns of ‘dire’ human rights record, including at least 133 political prisoners

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lundi 19 août 2019

Vietnam on the rise for Aussie investors as US-China trade war bites

Vietnam's economy is booming, partly due to the trade war between two of its former enemies.

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dimanche 18 août 2019

Battle of Long Tan anniversary: Australian veteran recalls against-all-odds victory

Fifty three years ago Digger Laurie Drinkwater and his comrades fought Australia's deadliest battle of the Vietnam War.

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mercredi 24 juillet 2019

Concern for Australian citizen jailed without charge in Vietnam

Van Kham Chau, 70, has been held for six months on treason charges and denied a lawyer

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lundi 11 mars 2019

55 days and counting: Wife of Australian man detained in Vietnam appeals for help

The wife of Van Kham Chau is calling on the Australian government to step up its pressure on Vietnam after her husband was detained on charges to overthrow the communist regime nearly eight weeks ago.

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vendredi 25 janvier 2019

Vietnam reportedly detains Aust activist

A pro-democracy group says Vietnam has detained Australian democracy activist Chau Van Kham who has not been heard from for two weeks and needs his medicine.

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jeudi 15 mars 2018

Vietnam an open and consistent partner for Australia

It is a truism of modern diplomatic summits that the significant action often happens on the sidelines.

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Vietnam and Australia deepen ties

Vietnam and Australia have officially ramped up diplomatic ties ahead of a special summit of South East Asian leaders.

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jeudi 7 septembre 2017

Sydney Vietnamese community flies flag despite Vietnamese Government criticism

Australia’s Vietnamese community wants Vietnam’s government to stop meddling as decades-old tensions flare over a cultural flag.

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dimanche 12 mars 2017

No Anzac Day ceremony at Vietnam's Long Tan memorial this year, DFAT says

Australia will not hold an Anzac Day ceremony at the Long Tan memorial site in Vietnam, after last year's 50th anniversary plans were cancelled at the last minute by the host government.

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samedi 21 janvier 2017

Jetstar backs Vietnam with extra Dreamliner flights

Vietnam could become as popular a tourist destination for Australians as Bali and Thailand, and budget carrier Jetstar is helping to drive this growth by adding new flights on Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

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samedi 14 janvier 2017

Vietnam to host first ever international tournament

When most people think of Vietnam the last thing that comes to mind is an international rugby tournament, but that’s exactly what’s happening this weekend.

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lundi 9 janvier 2017

Cirque du Vietnam shows a country in transition

Within millimetres of the pavement, myriad motorcycles roar past, beeping furiously.

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mardi 22 novembre 2016

A 73-year-old Aussie woman has had her death penalty reduced to life in Vietnam

AN appeals court in Vietnam has commuted the death sentence of a 73-year-old Australian woman convicted of heroin trafficking.

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lundi 22 août 2016

Vietnam protest over council flag request

A city council is under pressure from Vietnamese and Australian authorities not to fly a political flag.

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mercredi 17 août 2016

Long Tan : Vietnamese authorities cancel 50th anniversary commemoration event, DFAT says

Tomorrow's 50th anniversary Vietnam War commemoration event at the Long Tan cross site has been cancelled by Vietnamese authorities, the Department of Foreign Affairs says.

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lundi 1 août 2016

Vietnam : show rights commitment at Australia talks

Australia should press for significant and solid improvement during its 13th human rights dialogue with Vietnam, Human Rights Watch said today.

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lundi 18 juillet 2016

Exporters suspended from supplying Australian cattle to Vietnam

In a rare move, two exporters — as yet unnamed — have been suspended from supplying Australian cattle to Vietnam.

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jeudi 30 juin 2016

Vietnam court sentences Australian woman, 73, to death on heroin charges

A court in southern Vietnam has sentenced a 73-year-old Vietnam-born Australian woman to death for trafficking heroin hidden in bars of soap, several state-run media outlets reported on Thursday.

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samedi 4 juin 2016

Vietnam jails four asylum seekers returned by Australia

Human Rights Watch says action violates defendants’ right under international law to leave their own country

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mardi 3 novembre 2015

Qantas and Vietnam Airlines unveil big growth plans for Jetstar Pacific

Qantas and Vietnam Airlines have committed to a long-term expansion of their Jetstar Pacific joint venture that could more than double the size of the Vietnamese low-cost carrier's fleet to 30 over the next five years.

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jeudi 10 septembre 2015

Australian woman jailed for 20 years in Vietnam for smuggling heroin in underwear

An Australian woman of Vietnamese origin has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for trying to smuggle heroin in her underwear, state media says.

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lundi 17 août 2015

Vietnam jails Australian man for trying to send drug precursor chemicals home

Nguyen Ly Toan, 39, gets 20 years after customs agents found contraband disguised as cooking ingredients in a package bound for his wife in Australia

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mardi 28 juillet 2015

PM coy on Vietnam asylum seekers return

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has refused to confirm whether a boat load of asylum seekers has been returned to Vietnam, saying that secrecy was in the national interest.

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