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Numerous New Arrests in Lead-up to Party Congress

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Vietnamese Political Detainees: Pham Doan Trang; Can Thi Theu and her sons Trinh Ba Phuong and Trinh Ba Tu; Dinh Thi Thu Thuy; Pham Chi Dung; Nguyen Tuong Thuy; Le Huu Minh Tuan; Tran Duc Thach
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Vietnamese Public Security Ministry a Major Rights Violator

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Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, left, shakes hands with Vietnam's Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc after the exchange of documents at the Government Office in Hanoi on Monday, October 19, 2020. 
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Upcoming Dialogue Should Focus on Commitments Made in Recent Trade Deals

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Members of the European Parliament sit in the plenary chamber of the European Parliament during a vote. Among other things, MEPs will vote today on a free trade agreement with Vietnam.
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Little Tolerance for Freedom of Expression, Independent Trade Unions

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Vietnam Political Prisoners
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Systemic Repression Intensifies Ahead of Dialogue

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Twenty-five political prisoners currently locked up for exercising basic rights. (c) 2018 Private
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Forced Return to Vietnam Will Bring Mistreatment, Arrest

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Urge Hanoi at Talks to Address Assaults on, Jailing of Activists

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February 2017

Around the world, religious freedom is under a sustained attack. In the Asia-Pacific region, there are governments that restrict the freedom to choose and practice a religion, that discriminate in law and policy against certain religious groups, that…
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Crackdown Targets Activists and Bloggers

(New York) – Vietnam should immediately release rights activist Tran Thi Nga and drop politically motivated charges against her, Human Rights Watch said today. Vietnam’s donors should issue public statements calling on the government to end harassment and…
Tran Thi Nga protests against the arrest of blogger “Mother Mushroom” in October 2016.
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Forced Renunciation of Faith, Harassment, Violence, and Arrests

(Bangkok) - The Vietnamese government has intensified repression of indigenous minority Christians from the country's Central Highland provinces who are pressing for religious freedom and land rights, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.…
Report

 
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 Central Highlands of Vietnam
 Summary
 Background:
 A Decade of Unrest
 2001-2011:
 Cycles of Repression
 “Legal”
 Straitjacket for Religion
 Public
 Denunciation Ceremonies and Forced…