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lundi 19 juin 2017

Vietnam rights report highlights beatings, intimidation against critics

Vietnamese human rights bloggers and activists are being beaten and intimidated, Human Rights Watch said in a report released on Monday, as it urged the Communist government to end attacks and hold those responsible accountable.

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dimanche 18 juin 2017

Vietnam defends decision to revoke dissident's citizenship

Vietnam on Thursday defended its decision to revoke the citizenship of French-Vietnamese dissident Pham Minh Hoang, a former political prisoner who is accused of breaking the law and threatening state security.

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dimanche 11 juin 2017

Vietnam revokes citizenship of French dual national dissident

Vietnam has stripped a French-Vietnamese former political prisoner and mathematics lecturer of his citizenship, according to an official letter seen by AFP.

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jeudi 20 avril 2017

25 Montagnard asylum-seekers to be returned to Vietnam

Despite claiming to have fled widespread persecution, 25 Montagnard asylum-seekers will voluntarily be sent back to Vietnam on Monday, assuming Interior Minister Sar Kheng approves the move, a ministry official said on Wednesday.

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mardi 18 avril 2017

Vietnam's quiet Human Rights crisis

A dearth of coverage, competing global interests, and an omnipresent police state render violations largely unnoticed.

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dimanche 16 avril 2017

Vietnam : Use of recording devices could be banned under proposed draft bill

Citizen journalists and bloggers are angered after Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security proposed a draft bill that bans the use of audio and video recording devices in the name of national security, as the authorities attempt to tame social media.

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mardi 11 avril 2017

'Alarming' executions in Vietnam

Secrecy around executions continues to plague some Southeast Asian countries, with newly released figures showing the "disturbing" use of the death penalty in Vietnam, Amnesty International says.

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vendredi 24 mars 2017

Two bloggers detained for 'propagandizing against the state' in Vietnam

The Committee to Protect Journalists called today on Vietnam to immediately and unconditionally release bloggers Phan Kim Khanh and Bui Hieu Vo.

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mercredi 22 mars 2017

Will the environment be the Vietnam government’s downfall ?

Environmental protests are proving a tough challenge for the communist regime.

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vendredi 24 février 2017

EU says trade pact approval rests on Vietnam's rights record

European parliamentarians warned communist Vietnam on Thursday that a failure to improve its human rights record threatens to hinder the ratification of a free trade pact negotiated by the two powers.

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vendredi 27 janvier 2017

Vietnam : new wave of arrests of critics

Vietnam should immediately release rights activist Tran Thi Nga and drop politically motivated charges against her, Human Rights Watch said today.

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dimanche 22 janvier 2017

Vietnam police arrest dissident for propaganda against state

Police in Vietnam arrested a dissident on Saturday for posting anti-state material on the internet, as part of an ongoing crackdown on critics of the Southeast Asian country's Communist rulers.

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mercredi 18 janvier 2017

Freedom fighters: prison doesn’t deter Vietnam’s dissident bloggers

It was mid-morning the day 20 police officers from the Vietnam People’s Public Security barged into a downtown Saigon kindergarten and laid their gazes on Pham Chi Dung.

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dimanche 18 décembre 2016

Vietnam jails two for plotting democratic revolution

A court in communist Vietnam jailed two activists for over a decade on Friday after finding them guilty of attempting to launch a democratic revolution, their lawyers said.

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samedi 10 décembre 2016

6th EU-Vietnam Human Rights Dialogue

On 8 December 2016 in Brussels the European Union and Vietnam held the sixth round of their annual enhanced Human Rights Dialogue, in the context of the EU-Vietnam Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). Both sides consider human rights to be an important component of their bilateral relations, as recognised in the PCA.

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mardi 25 octobre 2016

Female bloggers in Vietnam risk arrest for challenging regime

In Vietnam, the arrest of famous blogger "Mother Mushroom" has highlighted the growing number of female bloggers and human rights activists challenging the communist regime.

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samedi 22 octobre 2016

In Vietnam, telling the truth is criminal ‘propaganda’

This May, in a visit to Vietnam, President Obama announced he was lifting the embargo on selling lethal arms to Hanoi as part of an effort to normalize relations long after the Vietnam War.

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mardi 18 octobre 2016

Vietnam : reform criminal law to respect rights

Assembly should overhaul laws recently used to silence blogger ‘Mother Mushroom’

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mardi 11 octobre 2016

Vietnam arrests blogger for anti-state propaganda

Nguyen Huu Vinh, better known as Anh Ba Sam, was convicted of abusing democratic freedoms to infringe on the interests of the state and sentenced to five years in prison in March.

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vendredi 7 octobre 2016

Vietnam declares US-based activist group is a terrorist organization

The Viet Tan is accused of training operatives and the government says the California-based organization instigates violence

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mercredi 5 octobre 2016

Vietnam slashes jail term for dissident blogger

A Ho Chi Minh City court slashed the sentence of a convicted blogger whose family helped the communist regime during the Vietnam War, his lawyer said Wednesday, a rare reprieve for a dissident in the authoritarian country.

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lundi 3 octobre 2016

Vietnam: free prominent blogger

Vietnamese authorities should immediately free the blogger Nguyen Dinh Ngoc and all other peaceful critics imprisoned for criticizing the government, the ruling Vietnam Communist Party, or their policies, Human Rights Watch said today.

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samedi 24 septembre 2016

Vietnam rejects 'anti-government' blogger's appeal

A Hanoi court upheld the five-year sentence of an anti-government blogger Thursday, his lawyer said, as rights groups accused authoritarian Vietnam of crushing dissent.

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samedi 17 septembre 2016

Vietnam : drop charges and free land rights activist

Vietnamese authorities should drop all charges and unconditionally release a prominent land rights activist facing trial for peacefully exercising her rights, Human Rights Watch said today.

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mercredi 24 août 2016

Cousin activists jailed in Vietnam for 'propaganda'

Two Vietnamese cousins have been convicted for spreading anti-state "propaganda", state media reported, a ruling condemned by rights groups as the authoritarian country's latest crackdown on dissent.

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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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mercredi 13 juillet 2016

Inside Viet Nam's secretive and torturous world of 'prisons within prisons'

"Life in prison is hard. I fell into despair. I was in this situation because I was trying to be a good citizen, to help people according to the law…But I was arrested and put in prison. I felt like I was in a dark tunnel with no way out"

Pham Thi Loc, one of several former prisoners of conscience interviewed by Amnesty International for new report

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mardi 12 juillet 2016

Amnesty blasts Vietnam on treatment of prisoners of conscience

Vietnam's prisoners of conscience are routinely tortured, beaten and kept from their families. An Amnesty International has exposed some disturbing aspects to their detainment.

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dimanche 5 juin 2016

Vietnam breaks up protests as anger seethes over fish deaths

Dozens of activists were detained in Vietnam's two biggest cities Sunday as they tried to hold protests calling for greater government transparency over a recent spate of mass fish deaths.

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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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