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.
Dinh La Thang committed ‘serious mistakes and violations’ while running a state oil giant, it said.
Bach Hong Quyen had covered the government’s response to the Formosa toxic waste spill.
But he denies taking part in the beating of Le My Hanh and her friends.
The man’s father says his injuries and video footage do not suggest he killed himself.
Nguyen Van Hoa had filmed peaceful protests against a polluting steel plant.
Le My Hanh was the target of a violent assault that was filmed and posted on social media.
The move has left Vietnam with an oversupply and rapidly falling pork prices.
Observers say the country’s party chief is removing obstacles to his political future.
The protest ends peacefully, with authorities promising a written statement, sources say.
Analysts say access to information about the standoff helped restrain the government.
Last 19 hostages handed over after negotiations in which Hanoi's mayor vows to investigate farmers' complaints about land spat.
Nineteen police officers and officials remain held amid the ongoing standoff over land.
Reports suggest they fear arrest if they leave their barricaded commune.
Police in An Phu district beat one motorbiker and confiscate the registrations of other cyclists who gathered to worship.
Twenty police officers and local officials have been held by the farmers for five days.
The farmers say they are preparing to release around 20 local officials also held since the weekend.
The impasse reached its third day, following weekend clashes between residents and security personnel.
Bloggers and independent journalists see the move as yet another measure to keep them from reporting police misconduct.
Tran Huynh Duy Thuc is being kept in a dark cell seven years into a 16-year term for criticizing the government in articles online.
Hundreds of people carry banners along sreets and beaches denouncing the company that caused the country’s worst environmental disaster.
Green Trees wants the government to allow it to scrutinize compensation owed to victims of the nation’s worst toxic chemical spill.
The German Association of Judges has selected Nguyen Van Dai as the recipient of its biennial human rights honor.
They crossed the border after Cambodia began to reject some of their asylum claims.
The blogger and former political prisoner is recognized for putting her community before her own well-being.