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Arrests, surveillance and intimidation used to prevent destabilization

Read in Chinese / 看中文 Reporters Without Borders condemns a new crackdown on Vietnam’s bloggers and human rights activists. “The authorities are (...)

Published on 18 July 2012 Read


Draft decree would end online anonymity, force foreign Internet firms to censor

Reporters Without Borders calls on the Vietnamese authorities to abandon plans for a decree that would increase online censorship to an utterly (...)

Published on 13 April 2012 Read


Newspaper reporter arrested for undercover investigation of police corruption

Reporters Without Borders condemns journalist Nguyen Van Khuong’s arrest yesterday in Ho Chi Minh City in connection with his undercover (...)

Published on 3 January 2012 Read


Appeal court reduces blogger’s jail sentence but upholds three years of house arrest

An appeal court today reduced French-Vietnamese blogger Pham Minh Hoang’s jail sentence from three years to 17 months but upheld an additional (...)

Published on 28 November 2011 Read


Call for support for Vietnamese blogger behind bars for more than two years

Reporters Without Borders expresses its gravest concern over the fate of the Vietnamese blogger and democratic activist Nguyen Tien Trung, in (...)

Published on 19 November 2011 Read


Two citizen journalists jailed for illegally broadcasting to China

Reporters Without Borders is appalled by the sentencing today of two citizen radio journalists, Vu Duc Trung and his brother-in-law Le Van Thanh, (...)

Published on 10 November 2011 Read


Two citizen journalists facing jail sentences for operating pirate radio

Reporters Without Borders condemns the decision by the Vietnamese judicial authorities to press ahead with the trial tomorrow of two citizen (...)

Published on 5 October 2011 Read


Blogger Lu Van Bay serving four-year sentence

Reporters Without Borders condemns the continuing detention of Lu Van Bay, a blogger who was sentenced on 22 August to four years in prison and (...)

Published on 26 September 2011 Read

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