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Trong tất cả những bức ảnh mà tôi có, bức ảnh chụp chung với vợ chồng anh Nguyễn Bắc Truyễn, là một bức ảnh có điều rất lạ. 1,278 more words

Thấy - Nghe - Nghĩ

Vietnam Dissident Beaten Ahead of Diplomat Meeting

HANOI, Vietnam February 26, 2014 (AP)

By CHRIS BRUMMITT Associated Press

A Vietnamese dissident said Wednesday that suspected government agents assaulted him and his wife this week as they were heading to a meeting with an Australian diplomat to talk about the human rights situation in the country. 278 more words

News And Updates

Frontline Defenders - Vietnam: Second attack on human rights defender Mr Nguyen Bac Truyen

On 24 February 2014, at approximately 2:30pm, human rights defender Mr Nguyen Bac Truyen, along with his wife, was attacked by undercover policemen as they made their way to the Australian embassy in Hanoi. 978 more words

NGOs

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH LÊN TIẾNG VỀ VỤ TNLT NGUYỄN BẮC TRUYỄN BỊ BẮT

Vietnam: Stop Harassment of Rights Defenders

Police Action Against Nguyen Bac Truyen Part of Sustained Pattern of Abuse

FEBRUARY 13, 2014

“This looks like a shameful and personalized act of retaliation against human rights defenders. 818 more words

NGOs

Công An đã buộc phải thả anh Nguyễn Bắc Truyển

CTV Danlambao –


Chị Bùi Thị Kim Phượng xác nhận với Danlambao: Lúc 19h30 tối, ngày 10/2/2014, CA đã áp giải anh Nguyễn Bắc Truyển về đến nhà riêng của bố mẹ tại Quận 4, Sài Gòn. 641 more words

Người Việt - Nước Việt

The Road to Bac Lieu

The Vietnamese Communist Party (VCP) has continually resorted to using violence to suppress and to quell any forms of dissidence in Vietnam, including conducting systematic campaigns of beating, harrassing, intimidating, and killing of non-violent protests by farmers whose ancestral land has been misappropriated by corrupt communist officials for the VCP and their own benefits [1].  1,534 more words

Politics

Call for release of Vietnamese prisoners of conscience before Olympic torch relay in Ho Chi Minh City

Reporters Without Borders called today for the release of all journalists and cyber-dissidents in Vietnam after a leading Vietnamese blogger was arrested on 19 April for taking part in protests against China. 434 more words

Political