Tuc’s wife says Brotherhood for Democracy member, arrested in September, is now frail and white-haired.
William Nguyen, a graduate student from Texas, apologizes for breaking Vietnam's laws and pledges to keep away from future protests.
Sunday’s protests followed several nationwide rallies against the proposal to grant leases to foreign investors.
They tell the US envoy in Hanoi that they are seriously concerned about William Nguyen’s arrest at a protest and his treatment in police custody.
Police are holding William Nguyen in custody for participating in a protest in Ho Chi Minh City.
Google, Facebook, and other providers will soon have to take down 'offending' posts and identify users to authorities.
William Nguyen participated in a public demonstration in Ho Chi Minh City where dozens of demonstrators were taken into custody.
Dozens are beaten and detained amid concerns over Chinese commercial encroachment on Vietnamese land.
An exile pro-democracy group and domestic colleagues say Dai and colleague Le Thu Ha were put on a plane to Germany, two months after they received lengthy jail sentences.
Her husband said he spoke with Nga for five minutes and will visit her in prison on June 12.
District authorities make the plan part of a larger, previously announced project to enlarge area roads,
Four members of the online Brotherhood For Democracy group are sent back to prison to serve out their sentences.
Her mother says after May 31 visit that the blogger is rejecting prison food and suffering swollen joints.
Security forces at a checkpoint near the courthouse prevent family members from attending the ‘public’ trial.
Vo An Don had helped defend dissident blogger Mother Mushroom, now serving a 10-year prison term for 'propaganda against the state.'
Police appear at his home just minutes after he is given the books by a stranger and is asked to 'explain' them.
The evictees say local officials have paid them much less than the compensation to which they are entitled under the Land Law.
Four parishioners say authorities have accused them of ‘illegally detaining other people’ and have notified one of them that they are prosecuting him.
Nguyen Khac Thuy, a retired banker, sees a three-year prison term reduced to 18 months suspended.