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samedi 18 janvier 2020

State vs people conflict rocks and roils Vietnam

Lethal police-villager clashes at Dong Tam threaten communist nation’s stability and standing

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jeudi 16 janvier 2020

Dong Tam village: Anger in Vietnam over deadly 'land grab' raid

Three Vietnamese policemen who died during clashes over a land rights dispute have been buried with honours in Hanoi.

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dimanche 12 janvier 2020

Deadly clash highlights Vietnam’s land dispute challenge

The incident was just the latest flare up in a simmering dispute, and it spotlights a wider problem.

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samedi 11 janvier 2020

Police officers killed in clash with protesters in Vietnam

Three police officers and one protester killed after demonstrators attacked authorities near Hanoi.

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mardi 17 juillet 2018

Farmer's death sentence sparks public outcry in Vietnam

Lawyer says president must grant amnesty or expect more unrest as man acted in self-defense amid illegal, violent land grab

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jeudi 20 février 2014

Vietnam seaside tourism projects left to rust, locals have no sea access

Hundreds of projects, mostly resorts, have been abandoned for years along Vietnam’s central and southern coast, leaving locals jobless and cut off from the sea

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vendredi 14 février 2014

‘Hired Thugs’ fire on farmers in Vietnam land dispute

A group of gun-toting men hired by the developer of a satellite city on the edge of Vietnam’s capital shot Tuesday at unarmed farmers trying to reclaim rice fields which are to be flattened as part of the mega project, injuring five of them, one severely, sources said.

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mardi 14 janvier 2014

Saigon : Authorities threaten Catholics over disputed land

At the center of the dispute , the parish of Thu Thiem and buildings used by a group of nuns. District 2 authorities intend to take possession of the area, despite the centennial presence of the Christian community, in violation of the Constitution. The faithful accuse the government of Ho Chi Minh City of "covering up abuse" and scuttling "historical and cultural traditions".

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mercredi 31 juillet 2013

Vietnam upholds fish farmer’s sentence in land clash

HANOI – An appeals court in Vietnam has upheld a five-year prison term for a fish farmer who, along with several family members, was found guilty of planting mines and firing homemade guns at police trying to evict them from the land where they ran a shrimp business.

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samedi 6 juillet 2013

Turf battles : Vietnam’s land rights crisis

BUON MA THUOT: Thi Sieu says her family lived for generations on a small plot of land studded with cashew trees until they fell victim to an alleged land grab by powerful local elites, a fate shared with many indigenous farmers in Vietnam’s lush central hills.

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samedi 29 juin 2013

Vietnam inspectors reject Party official’s denial of Da Nang land mismanagement

The Government Inspectorate on Tuesday (June 25) dismissed a statement made by a former senior official of Da Nang City that the municipal authorities did not mismanage land in a way alleged to have caused millions of dollars worth of losses.

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mercredi 6 février 2013

Vietnam's land law reform : Is it enough?

Apparently no one, including its drafters, is entirely happy with the revision of Vietnam's Land Law that's been circulated for comment by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.

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mardi 1 janvier 2013

Vietnamese farmers face murder charge for resisting illegal land revocation

Police in the northern city of Hai Phong have demanded that four farmers resisting a high-profile land revocation be charged with murder, though no one was killed.

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jeudi 16 août 2012

How rich are the Vietnamese millionaires ?

Having private aircraft, possessing islands, travelling in a Rolls & Royce, owning yachts and attracting the media like the portraits of the showbiz world – this is the common portrait of the Vietnamese millionaires.

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mercredi 25 avril 2012

Vietnam arrests 20 over land eviction

HANOI — Vietnam arrested 20 people after heavily-armed riot police used tear gas to break up a protest by hundreds of angry farmers, reports said on Wednesday, in the culmination of a six-year land dispute.

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Dung gets into swing of golf course plans

Prime minister Nguyen Tan Dung last week scored a hole in one by ordering closer golf course supervision.

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mardi 24 avril 2012

Vietnam police break up land protest

HANOI — Vietnamese riot police fired warning shots and tear gas to break up a protest by hundreds of angry farmers against a forced eviction on the outskirts of the capital Hanoi on Tuesday, witnesses said.

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mardi 21 février 2012

Land protest highlights role of state media in Vietnam

Hanoi - When police went to evict Doan Van Vuon's family from their fish farm in northern Vietnam, they were not expecting to be resisted with guns and land mines. The shootout left six officers injured and four men in jail on charges of attempted murder.

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mardi 14 février 2012

Vietnam's Contentious Land Law, part 4

Destroyed family farm could force changes in Vietnam’s law

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mercredi 8 février 2012

Vietnam's contentious land law - part 3

The Wisdom of Farmers : this is the final part of a three-part series on corruption Vietnam's land ownership by David Brown, a retired US Foreign Service official who served in several posts throughout Southeast Asia.

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Vietnam's contentious land law - part 2

Shootout in Tien Lang : this is the second of a three-part series on corruption Vietnam's land ownership by David Brown, a retired US Foreign Service official who served in several posts throughout Southeast Asia.

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Vietnam's contentious land law - part 1

This is the first of a three-part series on corruption in Vietnam's land confiscation, which in many ways rivals China's, by David Brown, a retired diplomat with the US Foreign Service who served in several posts throughout Southeast Asia.

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mercredi 24 novembre 2010

Vietnam's land management system prone to corruption, experts say

Hanoi - Land management practices in Vietnam are rife with corruption that benefits the rich at the expense of the poor, a panel of Vietnamese and foreign experts said Wednesday.

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