More than 2 million are forced to work without pay, most of them for the country's regime, a report says.
Will Nguyen was beaten and detained during a protest over a long-term lease scheme for foreign firms.
Compensation was promised by June but has still not been paid, Lao sources say.
A report by the rights group says it has found ‘reasonable grounds’ that atrocities committed against civilians constitute genocide and crimes against humanity.
Authorities in the southern district of Daxing resume evictions targeting the local garment industry, which employs around a million people.
Nguyen Hai Long, a resident of the Czech Republic, says he helped Vietnamese secret police grab Trinh Xuan Thanh, now serving two life terms in Vietnam.
The armed forces have transferred the acreage to the government to give back to its owners, but there have been delays.
Only the children of high-ranking officials or wealthier families do not have to work, one source says.
Jilin-based Changchun Changsheng has meanwhile recalled its rabies vaccine amid safety concerns.
He Guokuang, known by his artistic nickname Cangying, had likely been inspired by an earlier protest in Shanghai.
Residents say they could lose access to official documents such as land titles and birth certificates.
An ethnic militia accuses the government army of killing the women and dumping their bodies in a forested area.