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lundi 26 octobre 2015

6 Vietnam railway officials tried for bribery linked to Japanese ODA

Six Vietnamese railway officials stood trial Monday for allegations that they received VND11 billion (US$493,000) in bribes from a Japanese consultant of a major project funded by Japan.

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samedi 17 octobre 2015

Vietnam jails 7 for placing war dead in fake graves and scamming families of MIA soldiers

A court in central Vietnam sentenced seven people to up to life in prison for defrauding families of Vietnam War soldiers by moving unidentified war dead into fake graves and claiming to have found their kin.

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vendredi 12 décembre 2014

Jailed female photo journalist on hunger strike in Vietnam

Minh Man Dang Nguyen was arrested over three years ago for taking photographs at a protest and sentenced to nine years in prison on subversion charges. On 28 November, in protest of ill-treatment she has received while in detention, she began a hunger strike.

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lundi 25 août 2014

Vietnam : Activists face trial on bogus traffic offense

Bangkok – Vietnamese authorities should drop politically motivated charges against three activists and immediately release them, Human Rights Watch said today.

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lundi 3 mars 2014

Vietnam : relentless prosecutions to squelch dissent

New York – The trial of the blogger Truong Duy Nhat scheduled for March 4, 2014 in Da Nang demonstrates that there is no slackening of the Vietnamese authorities’ determination to target people for peaceful criticism, Human Rights Watch said today.

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mardi 14 janvier 2014

Death penalty sought for 34 of 89 drug smugglers in major Vietnam trial

Vietnamese prosecutors recommended the death penalty for 34 of 89 defendants in a major drug smuggling trial in the northern province of Quang Ninh Monday.

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mardi 1 octobre 2013

Vietnam : drop politically motivated charges against critics

New York – The Vietnamese government should drop politically motivated charges against Le Quoc Quan, one of Vietnam’s most prominent and respected human rights defenders, Human Rights Watch said today.

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jeudi 12 septembre 2013

Vietnam man jailed for 15 years for subversion

Vietnam has sentenced a former army officer to 15 years in jail for plotting to overthrow the communist regime, a court official said Thursday, in the latest crackdown on dissent.

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mercredi 10 juillet 2013

Vietnam's latest show trial

As early as Tuesday, another dissident is due to face trial in a Vietnamese courtroom. This time the defendant is Le Quoc Quan, a lawyer and one of the country's highest-profile activists. His case will be of particular interest to Americans.

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mercredi 10 avril 2013

Vietnam jails official over 'hero' farmer eviction

HANOI - A Vietnamese local government official was jailed for two and a half years on Wednesday for the destruction of the home of a farmer who became a national hero for resisting eviction, state media said.

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lundi 28 janvier 2013

Vietnam begins major subversion trial

HANOI - In one of Vietnam's largest subversion trials for years, 22 members of a little-known "reactionary" group appeared in court Monday charged with trying to overthrow the communist government, a clerk said.

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lundi 24 septembre 2012

Vietnam jails three bloggers in crackdown on dissent

HANOI - A Vietnamese court sentenced three high-profile bloggers to jail terms ranging from four to 12 years on Monday, in the latest crackdown on dissent as booming internet usage threatens to undermine the communist government's authority.

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Vietnam puts 3 prominent bloggers on trial for spreading anti-government propaganda

HANOI — Three Vietnamese citizen journalists who have criticized the government in online postings were put on trial on Monday for spreading anti-government propaganda and could face up to 20 years in prison, one of their lawyers said.

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vendredi 7 septembre 2012

Vietnamese journalist sentenced to 4 years in jail

HANOI — A Vietnamese journalist who bribed a police officer as part of an undercover investigation into corruption was sentenced to four years in prison on Friday, while the officer who accepted the money got a five-year sentence, state-controlled media reported.

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mardi 27 mars 2012

Vietnam executives on trial over shipping scandal

HAIPHONG — Former top executives at a Vietnamese shipbuilder whose huge debts shook investor confidence in the communist nation went on trial on Tuesday for defying state regulations.

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samedi 24 mars 2012

Vietnam to try executives in shipmaker scandal

HANOI — Former top executives at a scandal-hit Vietnamese state-owned shipping giant will go on trial next week, a court clerk said Friday, in a case that shook investor confidence in the communist nation.

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samedi 31 décembre 2011

Vietnam sentences 5 to death, 3 to life in prison for trafficking heroin

HANOI — A court in southern Vietnam has sentenced five people to death for heroin trafficking.

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vendredi 30 décembre 2011

Vietnam jails two rights activists for 'propaganda'

A woman writer was sentenced to five years in prison in Vietnam for spreading anti-government propaganda, state media said Friday, with an activist pastor also jailed for two years.

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mardi 2 août 2011

Vietnam court upholds 7 year sentence for dissident lawyer

Hanoi - An appeals court in Hanoi on Tuesday evening upheld a seven-year sentence handed down to a prominent lawyer in April.

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Appeal trial opens for jailed human rights lawyer in Vietnam

Hanoi - The Vietnamese government on Monday began an appeal trial of a prominent legal rights activist jailed for spreading propaganda against the state.

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mercredi 29 juin 2011

New graft trial for jailed Vietnam official

Nine people went on trial for corruption in Vietnam on Monday, officials said, including a former transport ministry boss already jailed in connection with a scandal that shook the Communist regime.

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mardi 26 avril 2011

Vietnam releases two prominent dissidents

Vietnam has released two high-profile dissidents nine days after their arrest outside a Hanoi court during the trial of a fellow democracy activist, one of the freed men said Thursday.

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Vietnam activist's lawyers file complaint after judge refused to cite evidence

The defense team of a prominent Vietnamese dissident lawyer sentenced this week to prison has filed a complaint alleging the judge in his trial broke the law by obstructing their rights to hear all the evidence.

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mardi 5 avril 2011

Dissident lawyer receives 7-year prison sentence

Cu Huy Ha Vu has received a 7-year prison sentence on charges of “conducting anti-propaganda against the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam” pursuant to Article 88 of the Penal Code, in a trial in Hanoi on April 4.

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dimanche 3 avril 2011

Wide support for democracy activist in Vietnam

BANGKOK — A prominent Vietnamese legal scholar and human rights campaigner who has called for multiparty democracy was due in court on Monday in Hanoi, facing up to 12 years in prison in a case that has mobilized unusually broad public support.

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mardi 29 mars 2011

Vietnam court to try prominent human rights lawyer next week

A court in Vietnam is to try one of the country's most famous legal rights activists on April 4, his family said Monday.

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mardi 22 mars 2011

Vietnam court delays trial of prominent human rights lawyer

Hanoi - The trial of one of Vietnam's most famous legal rights activists has been delayed until further notice, an official said Tuesday.

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lundi 14 mars 2011

Vietnam dissident to stand trial this month

HANOI — A prominent government critic accused of advocating a multi-party system in Vietnam will be tried later this month, his wife said Friday.

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vendredi 15 octobre 2010

Vietnam official on trial for corruption over Japan-funded road project he managed

HANOI — A Vietnamese man on trial for corruption involving a Japanese-funded road project he managed could face the death penalty if found guilty in a high-profile case that started Friday, a court official said.

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lundi 15 mars 2010

29 on trial in Vietnam for drug trafficking and police corruption

A trial of 29 people who include former police officers and judges accused of being involved in a massive heroin trafficking and corruption case began in northern Vietnam, a court official said Friday. Nguyen Van Hoa, an official at the People's Court in Thai Nguyen province, said the trial, which started Wednesday, was the largest drug-trafficking case ever seen in the province and was expected to last more than two weeks.

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