The activist says he won’t give up until his concerns over abuse in jail are addressed.
Hanoi must prove it is making rights reforms before Washington will lift a ban on lethal weapon exports.
Authorities clamp down on protests in Hanoi.
The court said some of them had worked with an alleged exile separatist group.
The activist says he faces mistreatment and 'unsuitable' prison conditions.
Former state newspaper journalist Truong Duy Nhat is investigated for ‘abusing democratic freedoms.’
But rights groups say that they and four others who appealed should be set free.
‘Mother Mushroom’ sought to educate the public about the UN declaration of human rights.
A State Department report hits out at China, notes progress in Vietnam.
The two Buddhist clergymen are sought for undermining the state.
Lawyers and relatives say their actions don't count as 'conducting anti-government propaganda.'
The two social justice campaigners will be tried for ‘anti-state propaganda.’
Rubber companies are targeting the two countries due to lax regulation, a new report says.
The group aims to coordinate individual efforts on behalf of political reform.
Authorities stop monks from leaving the pagoda while activists hold 'picnic' protests for human rights.
Nguyen Van Hai’s family members don’t know where he is being held.
The governments of both countries restrict freedoms of religion and belief, USCIRF says.
Van Giang families reeling from the clashes say officials are ignoring their complaints.
Trafficked Vietnamese are held by their own compatriots at sweatshops and brothels in Moscow, a rights group says.