U.S. Congressman Alan Lowenthal announced on Friday that he has officially adopted Vietnamese journalist Nguyen Van Hoa, an RFA contributor jailed for seven years in Vietnam, as a prisoner of conscience under the Defending Freedoms Project …
Con dâu tù nhân lương tâm Lê Đình Lượng thông báo trên trang Facebook cá nhân rằng cha chồng cô đã bắt đầu tuyệt thực trong trại giam Ba Sao- Nam Hà tỉnh Hà Nam kể từ ngày 10/10.
The family of a Vietnamese political prisoner and former RFA videographer have appealed to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to advocate for his release during his visit to Vietnam
Chiều 22-6-2019, Bộ Chỉ huy bộ đội biên phòng Hà Tĩnh tổ chức Hội nghị Sơ kết công tác phối hợp thực hiện nhiệm vụ đảm bảo an ninh trật tự cho Công ty Trách nhiệm hữu hạn gang thép Hưng Nghiệp Formosa. Hà Tĩnh mình ơi! Vậy dân đóng thuế để nuôi lực lược…
“…As the European Union and Vietnam are currently negotiating a Free Trade Agreement, the promotion and protection of fundamental rights must remain a common benchmark. The EVFTA commits the European Union and Vietnam…”
Freedom Now is proud to nominate Vietnamese journalist Nguyen Van Hoa for the 2019 UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize. A videographer for Radio Free Asia, Nguyen has been imprisoned in Vietnam since January 2017 for his reporting on the Formosa environmental disaster.
In a Ho Chi Minh City court-room, five activists were the latest to receive lengthy jail terms for their involvement in an environmental campaign that followed the Formosa toxic spill in 2016.
Tù nhân Nguyễn Văn Hóa đã bị đánh ngay sau phiên tòa xử Lê Đình Lượng ở Nghệ An hôm 16/8 vừa qua.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the record 20-year prison sentence … and calls on the European Parliament to block any trade agreement with Vietnam.
Ha Tinh Vietnam April 13, 2018 A court in central Vietnam has jailed a Catholic activist after convicting her of subverting the communist state. The People’s Court in Ha Tinh Province sentenced Teresa Tran Thi Xuan to nine years in prison on April 12 for “attempting to overthrow the people’s government,” the state-run Ha Tinh…