The move comes weeks after informing him of a decision to strip his citizenship.
Authorities also lay heavier charges against citizen journalist Nguyen Van Hoa over his Formosa protest videos.
The move comes despite a promise by Hanoi’s mayor not to prosecute farmers who took police and other officials hostage during a land dispute.
Human Rights Watch calls for pressure on Hanoi to rescind the decision.
Men believed to be hired by local authorities have confined the sect’s followers to their homes.
The two men hurled stones at the building and urinated on its gate.
The professor is in the process of renouncing his French nationality in a bid to block the move.
But observers say the US should tie Vietnam’s rights record to negotiations.
No one was hurt in the blast on day two of test runs at the Formosa mill.
Dozens are hospitalized after being assaulted at a local government office.
Nguyen Xuan Phuc will be the first Southeast Asian leader to meet President Donald Trump.
The two men were sentenced in December for planning to overthrow the government.
Linked to an overseas opposition group, Tran Vu Anh Binh was jailed for six years, with a year spent in pretrial detention counted toward his sentence.
But observers question how willing the government is to listen.
But observers slam the move and say the government should be investigating the company behind the toxic spill.
The orders come amid a wider crackdown on protests over the toxic waste spill.
Tran Thi Nga is suffering from knee pain and has been refused visits from her family, he says.
Thang is removed as party chief of the nation’s economic hub for misconduct.
They say authorities are trying to bring the clergymen up on ‘anti-state’ charges.