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dimanche 8 décembre 2019

Vietnam receives last of 39 remains of trafficking victims

The last remains of the 39 Vietnamese who died while being smuggled in a truck to England last month were repatriated to their home country on Saturday.

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lundi 2 décembre 2019

Vietnam jails another Facebook user

A court in Vietnam sentenced a Facebook user to six years in prison on Tuesday for a series of posts he made on the social media platform that the Southeast Asian country's government said were "anti-state".

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mercredi 6 novembre 2019

Vietnam : Free activist jailed for Facebook posts

A Vietnamese court will hear an appeal on November 7, 2019 of a six-year sentence for a Vietnamese environmental activist convicted of criticizing the government on Facebook, Human Rights Watch said today.

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samedi 26 octobre 2019

Vietnam artist known for land rights, death row work briefly detained

A Vietnamese artist who exhibited controversial works on land rights issues and death row inmates said he was briefly detained in the communist state intolerant of dissidence of any kind.

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mardi 8 octobre 2019

Vietnamese activist arrested for criticising Communist government on Facebook

Nguyen Quoc Duc Vuong is being held in conditions ‘conducive to mistreatment or torture’, says Human Rights Watch

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samedi 5 octobre 2019

Cyber warfare in Vietnam

Vietnam’s growing reputation for cyber espionage has seen cybersecurity firms accuse the country’s state-sanctioned hackers of being responsible for attacks on everything from Toyota to the ASEAN Secretariat.

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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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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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mercredi 14 août 2019

Free Hồ Đức Hòa: Hanoi denies medical care to jailed Catholic activist

Arrested in 2011, Hòa was an active member of the Diocese of Vinh and worked with a news agency run by Redemptorist fathers.

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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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mardi 9 juillet 2019

The EU’s human rights and free trade conundrum

Earlier this month the EU and Vietnam signed a new trade agreement, which was praised in a joint statement by EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström and Vietnam’s Minister of Industry and Trade Tran Tuan Anh as “the most ambitious free trade deal between the EU and an emerging economy to date.

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lundi 1 juillet 2019

New documentary series highlights the struggles of women activists in Vietnam

A new series of video interviews highlights the perspectives and struggles of women involved in human rights activism in Vietnam.

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mercredi 26 juin 2019

Last year he went on vacation to Vietnam. Now he faces 12 years in prison

A year ago, Michael Phuong Minh Nguyen said goodbye to his wife and four daughters in Orange County, promising to return in plenty of time to savor their summer together and continue his duties as dad, counselor, chauffeur and cheerleader, managing the children’s dance and sports activities.

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lundi 24 juin 2019

Will Vietnam follow China’s model for digital dictatorship?

The US-China trade war may make Hanoi rethink its interest in promoting technology for both economic growth and political control.

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jeudi 30 mai 2019

Vietnam teacher arrested for Facebook posts 'undermining state'

A Vietnamese music teacher has been arrested for posting material on Facebook "aimed at undermining" the state, his family and official media said Thursday (May 30) in the communist country where a crackdown against online critics has gathered pace.

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dimanche 26 mai 2019

'Fear and paranoia': How Vietnam controls its media

'Level of terror rises sharply' as Vietnam ranks 176th out of 180 countries in the 2019 Press Freedom Index.

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vendredi 24 mai 2019

Facebook increased Vietnam content restrictions by 500% during 2018

Facebook increased the amount of content it restricted access to in Vietnam by over 500% in the last half of 2018, the U.S. social media giant said in a report released on Friday, as the Southeast Asian country ramps up its crackdown on online dissent.

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vendredi 29 mars 2019

U.N. rebukes Vietnam for activist arrests, executions

A U.N. human rights watchdog called on Vietnam on Thursday to stop imprisoning activists and journalists for criticising state policies and voiced concern at a “high number of death sentences and executions” imposed for lesser crimes after flawed trials.

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vendredi 22 mars 2019

Vietnamese blogger Truong Duy Nhat, who disappeared in Thailand, imprisoned in Vietnam

Vietnamese authorities must immediately and unconditionally release detained blogger Truong Duy Nhat and allow him to travel freely outside of the country, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

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mercredi 20 mars 2019

Vietnam dissident jailed for 'reactionary' Facebook posts

A Vietnamese activist was sentenced on Wednesday to two years in prison for "abusing democratic freedoms" in the conservative communist state that has seen an uptick in dissident detentions under a hardline leadership.

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dimanche 17 mars 2019

Under Vietnam’s new cybersecurity law, U.S. tech giants face stricter censorship

When Vietnam’s government took offense at a game on Google’s app store in which a player could battle characters named after the country’s political figures, the tech behemoth caved.

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vendredi 15 mars 2019

Vietnam: 6 activists headed to prison

Six Vietnamese activists and bloggers are facing long prison sentences for their peaceful opposition, Human Rights Watch said today.

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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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jeudi 7 mars 2019

Vietnam jails 15 over anti-China protests

Vietnam on Thursday (Mar 7) jailed 15 people for "causing public disorder" after violent demonstrations last year over a proposed investment project that protesters said catered to Chinese firms.

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mardi 5 mars 2019

EU: press Vietnam on rights record

Systemic repression intensifies ahead of dialogue

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jeudi 28 février 2019

Vietnam wants western politicians, not western politics

As Hanoi welcomes Trump, it shuts down a key reformist think tank.

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vendredi 22 février 2019

Germany aims to reset ties with Vietnam after kidnapping case

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Wednesday he would use a meeting with his Vietnamese counterpart to discuss resetting ties between the two countries after past differences over the kidnapping of a Vietnamese businessman in Berlin.

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mercredi 20 février 2019

Vietnam takes aim at Radio Free Asia

Vietnam is tightening controls on dissent and targeting journalists. When President Trump goes to Hanoi next week for a summit with his North Korean counterpart, he should raise with the host nation the fate of two Vietnamese journalists working for Radio Free Asia, the U.S. government-funded broadcaster I lead.

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jeudi 14 février 2019

Vietnam's clampdown on academic freedom

Under new rule, Vietnam is discrediting critics of the one-party state. Alexandre Sisophon reports from Hanoi on the academics and students resisting this campaign.

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