Truong Duy Nhat had improperly used his influence with authorities in Da Nang to acquire property at less than its true value, the indictment says.
Fellow prisoner relays to his brother information about Nguyen Van Hoa’s status.
In accepting the prize, Trang vowed to continue to ‘fight until journalism is no longer seen as a crime.’
China's survey ship and escorts still operate inside Vietnam's exclusive economic zone, the foreign ministry says.
Ministerial meeting of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia on anti-drug effort reveals hundreds of busts, thousands of arrests.
Amnesty international calls for immediate release of another jailed activist who has been waiting for trial for more than a year.
One day after telling local media that it had stopped using liquid mercury in 2016, Rang Dong admitted to authorities it was still using the substance.
Eight warships, four aircraft and more than 1,000 personnel from 11 nations took part.
Concerns over food, water and air poisoning remain, though scientists disagree on whether the warning was accurate.
Truong Duy Nhat finally sees an attorney seven months after his abduction in Thailand and forced return to Vietnam.
Disputes should be resolved through peaceful means, Prime Ministers Mahathir Mohamad and Nguyen Xuan Phuc say.
Rights group expresses concern over promises made by Laos during similar bilateral dialogue with Canberra.
The Foreign Ministry calls the redeployment a ‘serious violation’ of Vietnam’s sovereignty.
Huyn Dac Tuy had posted and shared writings criticizing Vietnam's government and ruling Communist Party, state media say.
The group seeks larger turnout for future rallies over Beijing's South China Sea policies.
Residents downstream say water released during heavy rains will flood the area, destroying their homes.
A maritime expert says he expects both China and Vietnam to ramp up pressure in the disputed waters.
The seven retired professors protest in front of China's consulate in Ho Chi Minh City, leaving only after one of them shouts at a policeman advising them to disperse.
Hoa told his family that he has been refused medical treatment for the past three months.
The Haiyang Dizhi 8 had intruded into Vietnam's exclusive economic zone in the South China Sea to conduct surveys for oil.
VTV documentary takes aim at journalists, activists, and social media personalities, claiming they spread fake news in hopes of overthrowing the government.
Activists had demanded that Vietnam seek international arbitration over the incident.
Nguyen Dang Minh Man comes home after enduring eight years in 'squalid' prison conditions.
Vietnam's foreign minister Pham Binh Minh calls out China's intrusion into Vietnam's exclusive economic zone while conducting surveys for offshore oil.
In a letter to US Secretary of State Pompeo, four US lawmakers meanwhile say China must withdraw its ships from Vietnam's territorial waters.
Ha Van Nam had gone with a crowd of around 100 to press for local citizens' rights to use the road without paying a toll.
Michael Nguyen, a California resident, was given a 12-year term for plotting with others against the state and will be deported after his release.
Fans help with the heat, but inmates say they are denied the calls home they are legally entitled to.
The Stimson Center's Brian Eyler discusses the causes of the drought in the Mekong region and the effects of excessive damming of the river.
Police investigators can't find evidence to support an earlier charge, and file a new one.