Her editor says Trang has health worries and is constantly on the move to avoid police.
Phan Thi Dao has been in jail since her arrest in April 2017.
Tran Thi Nga gets death threats from cellmate, while Tran Huynh Duy Thuc refuses food to protest pressure to confess in exchange for amnesty.
Singer Nguyen Tin and activists injured after police raid his performance in a small Ho Chi Minh City coffee shop.
Le Dinh Luong had written Facebook postings protesting a toxic waste spill and calling for a boycott of parliamentary elections.
Nguyen Ngoc Vinh refused to write a ‘self-criticism’ after penning an article deemed divisive.
Michael Nguyen disappeared in Vietnam on July 6 and was confirmed detained more than three weeks later.
Human rights advocate Huynh Thuc Vy had ignored previous summons from police to come in for questioning.
Nguyen Trung Truc's eyesight and physical strength are in decline following his arrest, a fellow activist says.
Guards have warned them that they will be subjected to sexually transmitted diseases, their lawyer says.
Priest says film on the prominent political prisoner drew 1,000 from his parish in Nghe An province.
Hua Hoang Anh died after a police interrogation over his role in rare large-scale protests.
The father of four is being held amid an investigation into ‘anti-government activities.’
Michael Phuong Minh Nguyen disappeared on July 6 amid large-scale protests in the country.
Convicted of disrupting public order, most are handed prison terms of from eight months to over a year.
The move follows a visit by a US embassy representative, an activist network says.
Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh's mother has had no word of her since July 18, she says.
The rights group says Vietnam’s record has worsened, despite promises it made at its last UN review.
Will Nguyen had joined mass protests over a land concession proposal for foreign companies.
Will Nguyen was beaten and detained during a protest over a long-term lease scheme for foreign firms.
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 three-month suspension doesn't affect the paper's print version, however.
They say the exchange of information fostered by the firms is at risk amid a clampdown in the country.
William Nguyen's sister says she is 'prepared for the worst.'
Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Huynh is in poor health and 'getting thinner,' her mother says.
Meanwhile, in a separate case, an anti-corruption blogger is sent back to prison after a court rejects his appeal.
The men were handed lengthy sentences in January for producing videos critical of the government.
Meanwhile, Thai police cancel the showing of a film documenting the hardships of her family's daily life.
Failures by police to respond point to likely government complicity in the attacks, rights groups say.
Another activist is meanwhile transferred to another prison with no word given to his family.