A furious Berlin expels a Vietnamese intelligence official and warns of further consequences after Trinh Xuan Thanh is snatched by armed men on July 23.
Rates of infection are climbing over numbers reported last year, health officials say.
The four men were members of a democracy group founded by jailed lawyer Nguyen Van Dai.
They call on the government to release Tran Thi Nga, who was sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment and five years’ house arrest for ‘conducting anti-state propaganda.’
Le Dinh Luong is accused of membership in the banned U.S.-based opposition party Viet Tan and other anti-state activities.
Residents say they disagree with the ruling and call for dialogue.
Tran Thi Nga is sentenced for conducting 'propaganda against the state' under a law widely used to silence dissent.
China’s warning comes days after the confirmation of a major gas field in the area.
The crewman is the third to die as a hostage of Abu Sayyaf in the last week.
The government kept relatives in the dark about the hostage situation, sources say.
The severed heads of two men were lying near their bodies, officials say.
Tran Hoang Phuc, 23, was detained on July 3 under article 88 of Vietnam's penal code
About 1,000 parishioners from Quang Binh province demand payouts from local administrators for the loss of livelihoods they have suffered.
Activist Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh is convicted for ‘spreading propaganda against the state.’
They are assaulted when they resist the removal of a cross they say was set up on land belonging to their church.
Pham Minh Hoang is put on a plane to Paris after Hanoi's decision to strip his citizenship.
The move comes weeks after informing him of a decision to strip his citizenship.
They argue their job is already hard in the authoritarian state where the judiciary is hostile to defense lawyers.
Private postings provide leads and information, but may lack contrasting views, sources say.
Analysts consider possible reasons for the abrupt departure of the high-ranking People’s Liberation Army officer.
Authorities also lay heavier charges against citizen journalist Nguyen Van Hoa over his Formosa protest videos.
The move comes despite a promise by Hanoi’s mayor not to prosecute farmers who took police and other officials hostage during a land dispute.
Human Rights Watch calls for pressure on Hanoi to rescind the decision.
Men believed to be hired by local authorities have confined the sect’s followers to their homes.
The two men hurled stones at the building and urinated on its gate.
The professor is in the process of renouncing his French nationality in a bid to block the move.
But observers say the US should tie Vietnam’s rights record to negotiations.
No one was hurt in the blast on day two of test runs at the Formosa mill.
Dozens are hospitalized after being assaulted at a local government office.
Nguyen Xuan Phuc will be the first Southeast Asian leader to meet President Donald Trump.