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mercredi 28 juillet 2010

Pope to name Vatican representative to Vietnam

The Vatican said on Saturday that Pope Benedict would name a non-resident representative to Vietnam, in a significant step towards establishing diplomatic relations with the communist state.

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dimanche 13 juin 2010

Dissident Vietnam priest proclaims innocence in UN letter

HANOI — A dissident Catholic priest jailed four times by communist Vietnam has proclaimed his innocence and accused the country of breaching its international treaty obligations to safeguard human rights.

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vendredi 7 mai 2010

Vatican, Vietnam sacrifice a holy man

A major stumbling block to diplomatic relations between Vietnam and the Vatican has seemingly been removed with the resignation of a popular Vietnamese Catholic leader and government critic.

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mercredi 5 mai 2010

Vietnam police clash with Catholics over cemetery

Hanoi - Police clashed with villagers trying to perform a Catholic burial in a cemetery the government has condemned for development as an ecotourism resort, residents said Wednesday.

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lundi 15 mars 2010

Vietnam releases leading dissident from prison

HANOI — Vietnam released one of its leading democracy activists from prison Monday after the dissident Catholic priest spent three years and suffered two strokes in solitary confinement, his lawyer and sister said.

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mardi 9 mars 2010

Hanoi archbishop hospitalised in Rome

ROME — Hanoi's controversial Archbishop Joseph Ngo Quang Kiet has been admitted to hospital in Rome for "chronic insomnia and stress", the Asianews religious news agency said Monday

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mardi 9 février 2010

Imprisoned Vietnam priest in worsening health

HANOI — An imprisoned Vietnamese Catholic priest, whose release has been sought by US legislators, is in worsening health, his sister said Tuesday.

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vendredi 22 janvier 2010

Vietnam monk beaten

HANOI - A vietnamese catholic monk was beaten and seriously injured after trying to reach a parish which remained sealed by police two weeks after unrest over a crucifix, the local priest said on Thursday.

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samedi 9 janvier 2010

Vietnam police block access after church unrest

MY DUC — Vietnamese police on Friday blocked AFP journalists from an area where, according to a priest, several Catholics were wounded when police used tear gas in a dispute over a crucifix.

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jeudi 17 décembre 2009

Rapprochement as pope meets Vietnamese president

Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet met Friday with Pope Benedict XVI in what the Vatican called a "significant stage" towards normalising bilateral ties.

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samedi 12 décembre 2009

Priest back in jail as Hanoi-Vatican in rare meet

HANOI — Amnesty International on Saturday called on Vietnam to release an ailing dissident priest whose return to prison coincided with a rare Vietnam-Vatican meeting hailed as a prelude to improved relations.

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dimanche 6 décembre 2009

Vietnam says president to make rare Vatican trip

HANOI — Vietnamese President Nguyen Minh Triet will make a rare visit to the Vatican next week to reinforce ties between the communist state and the Holy See, the government said Thursday.

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samedi 28 novembre 2009

In Vietnam a missionary Church committed to building a just society

In a message for the anniversary of Catholicism in the country, Benedict XVI recalled the testimony of the 117 martyrs and urges the faithful to take advantage of this time to promote reconciliation and to bring the Gospel values of charity, truth, justice and honesty to the nation.

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mardi 17 novembre 2009

Jailed Vietnam priest in hospital

WASHINGTON - Vietnam's jailed dissident priest Nguyen Van Ly is in deteriorating health after his second stroke this year, his international counsel said Monday, appealing to authorities to free him.

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mardi 27 octobre 2009

For the first time a meeting of Asian bishops takes place in Vietnam

The Authority’s gesture of openness in striking contrast to the theme of the seminar, dedicated to education in Catholic schools. Vietnam’s Catholics are banned from being involved in the educational sector.

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mardi 1 septembre 2009

Dissident priest not on Vietnam amnesty list

A dissident Catholic priest whose release has been sought by US lawmakers failed to make an amnesty list of more than 5,000 prisoners announced by Vietnam on Monday.

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mardi 18 août 2009

Priest asks Vietnam authorities to release arrested Catholics

A Vietnamese Catholic priest Wednesday called on the government to release seven parishioners arrested at a protest rally over a former church now used as a war memorial.

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dimanche 26 avril 2009

About 1,000 Vietnam Catholics hold anti-govt vigil

HANOI — About 1,000 Vietnamese Catholics held a candlelight prayer vigil Saturday night to protest a bauxite mining project and against government plans for construction on land claimed by the church.

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samedi 28 mars 2009

Vietnamese Catholics lose appeal in land dispute

A Hanoi court rejected the appeals Friday of eight Roman Catholics convicted last year of disturbing public order and damaging property during a series of demonstrations to demand the return of former church land.

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vendredi 27 mars 2009

Police block 1,000 Catholics from Vietnam court

HANOI — Vietnamese police blocked about 1,000 Roman Catholics from converging on a Hanoi court Friday where they wanted to support eight fellow believers caught up in a land dispute.

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jeudi 26 février 2009

Late Viet cardinal mourned

HANOI - Thousands of people gathered on Thursday to mourn a Vietnamese cardinal who died aged 89 after long advocating the establishment of diplomatic ties between the Vatican and the communist country.

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mardi 24 février 2009

Cardinal Pham, retired archbishop of Hanoi, dies

The Vatican says Cardinal Paul Joseph Pham Dinh Tung, the retired archbishop of Hanoi, Vietnam, has died at age 89.

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samedi 21 février 2009

Is a papal visit to Vietnam on the horizon ?

Could the Pope make a historic visit to commmunist Vietnam later this year? A papal envoy hinted at this on Thursday, as Vietnam and the Vatican are seriously discussing establishing diplomatic ties.

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vendredi 20 février 2009

Vatican hails progress in relations with Vietnam

HANOI — A senior Vatican official on Thursday hailed progress in talks with Vietnam aimed at the establishment of diplomatic ties between the Holy See and the communist country.

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jeudi 19 février 2009

Vatican envoy hopes Pope visits Vietnam this year

HANOI - A Vatican envoy holding talks with Vietnamese officials on the eventual establishment of diplomatic ties said on Thursday that he hoped the Pope would be able to visit the country this year.

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jeudi 12 février 2009

Vietnam, Vatican to discuss diplomatic ties

HANOI - Communist-ruled Vietnam and the Vatican have agreed to hold their first meeting next week to discuss the establishment of diplomatic ties, Hanoi's Foreign Ministry said.

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mercredi 14 janvier 2009

Vietnam Catholics file suits against state media over trial reports

Two Vietnamese Catholics have filed legal suits against state media outlets in the communist country over their coverage of a recent trial stemming from a tense land dispute with the church.

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mardi 9 décembre 2008

Vietnam Catholics given suspended prison sentences for prayer vigil

A court in communist Vietnam Monday Dec 8 allowed eight Catholics to walk free after sentencing seven of them to suspended jail terms for disturbing public order and damaging property in land dispute protests.

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lundi 8 décembre 2008

Vietnam catholics avoid jail in land dispute trial

More than 1,000 Vietnamese Catholics arrived to support the defendants, a rare expression of dissent against the ruling Communist Party.

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Vietnam Catholics protest at land dispute trial

HANOI - Hundreds of Vietnamese police and riot police sealed off streets leading to a government building on Monday as eight Catholics went on trial over their attempt to claim a plot of disputed land in the capital.

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