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jeudi 3 février 2011

Un journaliste d’investigation tué par le feu dans son sommeil

Le Hoang Hung, 51 ans, journaliste d’investigation pour le journal Nguoi Lao Dong (Travailleurs), est décédé le 29 janvier 2011 des suites de ses blessures, dix jours après avoir été sauvagement agressé par le feu.

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Vietnamese journalist dies after fire attack

A Vietnamese journalist who was set on fire as he slept has died of his injuries.

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dimanche 23 janvier 2011

Vietnam reporter set on fire, badly burned

A Vietnamese journalist says one of her colleagues has suffered severe burns after an intruder broke into his house, doused him with chemicals and set him on fire while he was sleeping.

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samedi 15 janvier 2011

Watchdog warns of Vietnam media clampdown

HANOI — Vietnam will tighten state control of bloggers and other media with new regulations that enhance its already extensive powers to limit press freedoms, according to a watchdog.

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vendredi 15 octobre 2010

Vietnam accuses journalist of blackmail

A Vietnamese journalist was arrested Thursday for allegedly threatening to write negative stories about a cement company unless he was paid off, state-controlled media said.

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samedi 1 mai 2010

Vietnam War journalists reunite for anniversary

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam — Some walked with canes, others with limps. Their hair stained with streaks of silver, their faces mapped by years of pressure and deadlines.

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vendredi 22 janvier 2010

Vietnam journalists 'must serve the nation

The prime minister of Vietnam, a country whose media ranks as one of the world's least free, has compared journalists to soldiers who must serve the nation, a report said Wednesday.

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mercredi 11 novembre 2009

Fake journalist detained on blackmail charge in Vietnam

Hanoi - Police in Ho Chi Minh City have arrested a man who posed as a journalist to blackmail a customs officer, a police official said Wednesday.

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lundi 19 octobre 2009

Vietnam newspaper launches rare attack on draft decree

A prominent state-linked Vietnamese newspaper on Friday made a rare direct attack against a draft decree which, the paper reported, would tighten restrictions on journalists.

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mercredi 16 septembre 2009

Freed Vietnamese blogger agrees to stop writing

HANOI — A woman who was jailed after writing a blog critical of the Vietnamese government said Monday that she agreed to stop blogging as a condition of her release.

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dimanche 13 septembre 2009

Vietnam police release another detained blogger

HANOI - Vietnamese police released blogger Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh on Saturday after more than a week in detention under investigation on state security grounds, her mother said by telephone from the beach town of Nha Trang.

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vendredi 4 septembre 2009

Press watchdog condemns 'crackdown' in Vietnam

HANOI — A global press freedom watchdog on Friday strongly condemned a "mounting crackdown" against online journalists and political bloggers in Vietnam.

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mardi 1 septembre 2009

Vietnam journalist held for 'security' violation

HANOI — A Vietnamese journalist has been arrested for allegedly violating national security laws, her editor said Tuesday, insisting the detention had no link to her work for a prominent news website.

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jeudi 27 août 2009

Popular Vietnamese blogger fired by newspaper

HANOI – One of Vietnam's most popular and boldest bloggers has been fired by his newspaper after the ruling Communist Party complained to editors about his writings.

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vendredi 16 janvier 2009

Vietnam to release jailed reporter early

HANOI — Vietnam will grant an early release to a journalist jailed for his aggressive coverage of a government corruption scandal, an official said Friday.

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jeudi 15 janvier 2009

Vietnam's press under pressure : muting the messengers

SINGAPORE - Like their counterparts in China, Vietnam’s ruling Communists seem even more than usually sensitive to criticism. This month two leading reformist newspaper editors, Nguyen Cong Khe, of Thanh Nien (Young People), and Le Hoang, of Tuoi Tre (Youth Daily), were both told that their contracts would not be renewed, apparently because they were too good at their jobs.

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samedi 10 janvier 2009

Rights group decries Vietnam's press restrictions

HANOI - A U.S.-based human rights group denounced the recent firing of two Vietnamese newspaper editors, saying Friday that the incident signaled a clampdown by the communist government on the state-controlled media.

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vendredi 31 octobre 2008

Communist Party cracks down hard again on critical journalists

Vietnamese Communist Party authorities are to fire two editors at a national newspaper that published articles critical of the government's policy, sources at the paper said.

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vendredi 24 octobre 2008

Vietnam : behind the journalists' jailings

The conviction of two senior journalists in Hanoi last week had more to do with tussles within the leadership of the ruling Vietnam Communist Party than anything else. The much-derided show trial of the journalists and two anti-corruption investigators indicates the intensity of the conflict between the party's conservatives and reformists. The loser appears to be Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung.

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mercredi 15 octobre 2008

Vietnam jails journalist in graft reporting trial

HANOI - A court in communist Vietnam sentenced a journalist to two years in jail on Wednesday after finding him guilty of "abuse of power" while covering a state corruption scandal two years ago.

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mardi 14 octobre 2008

Vietnam journalists on trial for exposing state corruption

HANOI — Vietnam on Tuesday put on trial two reporters who helped expose a major state corruption scandal, in a case seen as a test on the limits of media freedom in the communist country.

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samedi 11 octobre 2008

Trial of two journalists will be test for press freedom and the fight against corruption

Reporters Without Borders today called on the Vietnamese judges due to try journalists Nguyen Viet Chien and Nguyen Van Hai starting on 14 October to dismiss the case and release them.

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vendredi 10 octobre 2008

Vietnam to try journalists for corruption stories

HANOI — Two Vietnamese journalists will go on trial next week for allegedly writing inaccurate stories about one of the country's most high-profile corruption cases, an official said Friday.

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dimanche 21 septembre 2008

Vietnam alleges beaten AP photographer 'broke law'

The Vietnamese government said Saturday September 20 that an Associated Press journalist was violating its laws when he photographed a demonstration by land protesters in Hanoi, but sought to deny that he was beaten while in police custody.

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samedi 20 septembre 2008

Un correspondant de l'AP a violé la loi vietnamienne

Hanoi - Le porte-parole du ministère des Affaires étrangères a rejeté la rumeur selon laquelle un correspondant de l'AP aurait été battu, et affirmé que ce correspondant étranger a violé la loi du pays.

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vendredi 19 septembre 2008

AP reporter detained, beaten by police in Vietnam

BANGKOK — An Associated Press reporter in Vietnam was punched, choked and hit over the head with a camera by police who detained him Friday while he covered a Catholic prayer vigil in the communist country.

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vendredi 5 septembre 2008

Vietnam punishes journalists over coverage of anti-corruption case

HANOI — The Vietnamese government said Saturday that four journalists had been stripped of their accreditation because they wrote and edited false information on an anti-corruption case and had defended colleagues arrested for their coverage of the case.

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samedi 2 août 2008

Vietnam : government revokes press credentials

HANOI - The Vietnamese government has revoked the press credentials of seven local journalists, including two who openly criticized the state's handling of the media, after accusing them of violating press rules and embezzlement, state-controlled media reported Saturday (2 Aug).

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mercredi 23 juillet 2008

Vietnam: eght vietnamese writers receive prestigious Human Rights prize

New York - Eight Vietnamese writers are among a diverse group of 34 writers from 19 countries to receive Hellman/Hammett awards this year in recognition of the courage they showed when facing political persecution, Human Rights Watch said today.

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vendredi 6 juin 2008

Focus on Vietnam's press freedom

Vietnam's patchy record of media freedom was in the spotlight again this week when a meeting of international donors urged the country to expand press liberties.

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