Police block one congregation from marking the death of their founder and seize the church of another.
Phan Kim Khanh and Bui Hieu Vo are being detained for posting online content described as fabricated and malicious.
He slams the government for acting against protesters instead of defending their rights.
Authorities disrupt the commemoration and haul away three people for interrogation.
The Paris-based Vietnam Committee on Human Rights wants the government to release all imprisoned female activists on International Women’s Day.
Surprise and disbelief, but little hope that they can help Doan Thi Houng.
They are released at the end of the day after attempting to honor Vietnamese killed in a 1979 border war.
A spate of attacks on religious leaders and environmentalists seems linked to the government.
Authorities have freed Bui Thi Minh Hang after she served a three-year prison sentence for 'causing public disorder.'
Three families making a second attempt to flee to Australia after they were turned back in 2015 are awaiting a decision by Indonesian authorities.
Some members of the three families that have left the country vow to drown themselves at sea if they are returned again.
Human rights groups and individuals seek the release of Tran Thi Nga.
The protests over compensation caused the commune and village chiefs to flee.
Nguyen Van Hoa is known for filming protests against the Formosa steel plant.
In the latest incident, police block a group of priests from attending a church service in the city of Hue.
Tran Thi Nga and three others are reported to be arrested in a crackdown on dissent.
Violent clashes mark attempts to memorialize a 1974 island grab by China that cost the lives of 75 Vietnamese.
Dang Xuan Dieu was released from prison, as authorities stopped Pham Thanh Nghien at the border with Cambodia.
The human smuggling arrests come as Hanoi says human trafficking jumped in 2016.
The Formosa steel mill disaster devastated the country's central coast, killing hundreds of tons of fish and sparking protests, lawsuits, and arrests.
Shrimp paste and paint are smeared on Tran Thu Nam's home.
A coroner’s report says that Pham Dang Toan died because he ran, not because police beat him.
An expansion of the ‘Magnitsky’ act gives Washington a new legal tool.
At least two men are beaten and one was threatened with a gun as police and thugs break up the session.
Nguyen Van Dai's time in prison is extended for the third time as he faces charges of 'conducting propaganda against the state.'
Experts criticize the hydropower companies and the government for failing to heed warnings and take action.
The “National Force to Launch the Democracy Flag” group had only six members, but two were well-known for their views.
Convictions for ‘organizing for others to flee the country illegally’ come under a new law as Canberra and Hanoi sign immigration agreement.
About 1,000 people from Thach Ha district in Ha Tinh province say the compensation is not enough to cover their losses from the company's toxic chemical spill.
Environment and Natural Resources Minister Tran Hong Ha promises tougher pollution regulations and more compensation.