NGO demands authorities drop charges against blogger-activist Huynh Thuc Vy.
Authorities try to clear out the remaining residents of Con Dau parish to make more room for an ecotourism project.
Mother Mushroom says they are used as pawns in exchange for ‘economic benefits’ and global standing.
Hua Phi, head of the Cao Dai faith in Lam Dong province, had traveled undetected to Saigon to meet with US diplomats.
Celebrity or intellectual ruling party exodus tally now reaches at least 14.
Meanwhile, their defense team is attacked by unknown assailants who throw an object against their car, shattering a window.
Human rights advocate Huynh Thuc Vy will be prosecuted for "affronting the national flag or national emblem” from a 2017 incident.
Taken into custody by Vietnamese police on July 6, Michael Nguyen is being held for investigation for 'subversion.'
Party member and publisher Chu Hao will be punished for printing books diverging from the approved political line, state media say.
Prisoner’s friend summarizes letter on Facebook
Family of Tran Thi Nga send follow-up petition after two months of no contact
Nguyen Trung Ton was abducted and beaten in 2017 by assailants believed linked to the police.
Eleven injured in assault at Indian-owned quarry as police look on.
She tells a crowd in Houston she’ll “never keep silent” on human rights in the communist state.
Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh was 16 months into a 10-year anti-state propaganda sentence.
Dinh Nguyen Kha had protested Vietnam's politically sensitive policy on disputed islands in the South China Sea.
Religious freedom advocate Ven Thich Quang Do, 91, forced to relocate to his hometown.
Accused of working to overthrow the state, the group had protested the government's handling of a massive toxic waste spill in 2016.
Nguyen Phu Trong would be the first since Ho Chi Minh to hold both jobs at the same time.
Prison authorities refuse to let Tran Thi Nga see her husband and children, citing violations of prison rules.
The men are found guilty of disrupting public order for attacking police with bricks, rocks, and Molotov cocktails.
The five, members of the Vietnam National Alliance of Self-Determination, have been charged with activities aimed at overthrowing the government.
Doan Khanh Vinh Quang had critized Vietnam's ruling Communist Party and government online, authorities said.
Tran Dai Quang, who had previously served four decades in Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security, had jailed scores of political dissidents and rights advocates.
Dao Quang Thuc had called on Facebook for environmental protections and his country's territorial rights in the South China Sea.
Duong seeks appeal of “disturbing public order” ruling by court in Bac Ninh province.
Nguyen Van Tuc, a member of the Brotherhood for Democracy, had criticized the government in writings online.
Nguyen Trung Truc, a member of the online Brotherhood for Democracy advocacy group, had been convicted of working to overthrow the government.
Vo Tan Minh, a drug trafficking suspect, died in Sept. 2017 after being beaten and kicked in a cell by detention center guards.