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Nhiều hãng truyền thông Quốc Tế cùng đưa tin Việt Nam cs chà đạp Nhân Quyền trầm trọng qua việc kết tội người lương thiện cách có hệ thống

LTCG (22.04.2012)

The Courage of Dieu Cay and Natalya Radzina

Sự dũng cảm của Điếu Cày và Natalya Radzina
New York Times - 1 day ago
His real “offense”: writing on sensitive human rights and corruption issues in Vietnam and criticizing China’shuman rights record.  “Tội” thật sự của ông: viết về vấn đề nhạy cảm liên quan đến nhân quyền, tệ tham nhũng ở Việt Nam, và lên án những vi phạm nhân quyền của China.

Vietnamese Bloggers Charged For “Anti-State Propaganda”

Bloggers Việt Nam bị ghép tội “Tuyên Truyền Chống Chính Phủ”
Wall Street Journal (blog) - ‎Apr 18, 2012‎
By Shibani Mahtani AP The US government and human rights groups have expressed alarm over growing restrictions around the internet in Vietnam – most recently demonstrated by the Vietnamese authorities’ decision to charge three bloggers for conducting … Chính phủ Hoa Kỳ và các tổ chức nhân quyền bày tỏ sự báo động về tình hình tăng tốc xiết chặt Internet ở Việt Nam — gần đây nhất là phản đối quyết định của nhà cầm quyền Việt Nam đối với ba bloggers (Điếu Cày, Anh3SG, Tạ Phong Tần) với tội danh “Tuyên Truyền Chống Chính Phủ”.

US urges Vietnam to free bloggers

Hoa Kỳ thúc giục Việt Nam trả tự do cho bloggers
Inquirer.net - ‎Apr 18, 2012‎
In January, Human Rights Watch said that Vietnam “intensified its repression” of dissidents last year, jailing dozens of bloggers, peaceful political and religious advocates and land rights activists… Vào tháng Giêng, tổ chức Theo Dõi Nhân Quyền cho biết rằng năm vừa qua [2011] Việt Nam “đã tăng cường đàn áp” những người chống đối, bắt giam hàng chục bloggers, những người ủng hộ tôn giáo và chính trị cách ôn hòa, cũng như những người đấu tranh đòi đất đai.

Vietnam Arrests Three Bloggers Including Nguyen Hoang Hai in Internet Crackdown

IBTimes.co.uk - ‎Apr 18, 2012‎
 information and would held accountable for the content posted. Vietnam is one of 12 countries labelled “Enemy of the Internet by the human rights organisation. A Vietnamese blogger holds the national flag during a protest . Vietnam is one of the.

Human Rights Still Suffer In Vietnam

Voice of America - Apr 4, 2012
04-03-2012 Human Rights Still Suffer In Vietnam Progress on human rights issues continues to lag in Vietnam. The Vietnamese government maintains tight 

Vietnam Reaffirms Policy On Human Rights‎ Bernama

VIETNAM : Vietnam must free bloggers Dieu Cay, Phan Thanh Hai and Ta Phong Tan

NL-Aid - ‎Apr 16, 2012‎
The authorities have not just violated the rights of these authors, but of their readers as well.” Vo Van Ai, President of the Paris-based Vietnam Committee on Human Rights said “Dieu Cay has been detained incommunicado for the past 17 months in gross 

US urges Vietnam to free bloggers

AFP - ‎Apr 17, 2012‎
In January, Human Rights Watch said that Vietnam “intensified its repression” of dissidents last year, jailing dozens of bloggers, peaceful political and religious advocates and land rights activists. The United States has been stepping up its 

Vietnam: Immediately Release Rights Bloggers

TrustLaw - ‎Apr 16, 2012‎
(New York) - Vietnamese authorities should immediately release the bloggers Nguyen Van Hai (aka Dieu Cay), Phan Thanh Hai (aka Anhbasg), and Ta Phong Tan and drop all charges against them, Human Rights Watch said today. The People’s Court of Ho Chi

Vietnam bloggers face ‘propaganda’ trial

Inquirer.net - ‎Apr 15, 2012‎
Former policewoman Ta Phong Tan used her blog to denounce corruption and injustice in Vietnam’s legal system. In a January report, US-based Human Rights Watch said Hanoi had “intensified its repression” of dissidents last year.

Three Vietnamese journalists given antistate charges

CPJ Press Freedom Online - ‎Apr 16, 2012‎
Ta Phong Tan, a former police officer who documented social injustice on her blog Conglysuthat (Justice and Truth), was arrested in September 2011, according to the France-based exile support group VietnamHuman Rights.

Vietnamese bloggers deny charges, third in leniency bid

BBC News - 4 days ago
The blog of former policewoman Ta Phong Tan denounced corruption and injustice in Vietnam’s legal system.Human rights groups including Amnesty 

Three Vietnamese bloggers face 20 years in jail for spreading anti ‎ Zambian Watchdog
Vietnam: Immediately Release Rights Bloggers‎ Human Rights Watch

Opinion: Petitioning for Change In Vietnam

Asia Sentinel (blog) - 1 day ago
The Vietnamese government has been active in suppressing and violating the human rights of its citizens. Freedom of speech, religion, and assembly are paid 

The Terrible Tiger

Foreign Policy (blog) - ‎Apr 17, 2012‎
Vietnam is starting to recognize that by continuing its crackdown on rights, it invites unwelcome comparisons with Burma as the worst human rights abuser in ASEAN [the Association of Southeast Asian Nations],” said Phil Roberson, deputy Asia director 

Vietnam Detains Man For ‘Anti-State Plot’: Report

Jakarta Globe - 1 day ago
In January, New York-based Human Rights Watch said that Vietnam “intensified its repression” of dissidents last year, jailing dozens of bloggers, 

The New Environmentalists: Grassroots Activists Fight for Justice

Huffington Post - 11 hours ago
Harnessing the Zeitgeist of the 1970s, when anti-Vietnam activism was at its height, …. environmentalism, conservation, social justice and human rights.

Church says Vietnamese Catholic priest beaten by ‘thugs,’ would-be 

Washington Post - 2 days ago
HANOI, Vietnam — A Catholic priest in Vietnam was beaten unconscious by a  grossly insulting humandignity and is unacceptable,” the statement said.

Vietnam sentences pastor of outlawed Mennonite church to 11 years 

Washington Post - Mar 26, 2012
John Sifton of Human Rights Watch said in a statement that the case is “another stain on Vietnam’s religious repression record.

Vietnamese pastor jailed for 11 years: state media‎ The Sun Daily

Vietnamese priest beaten at planned orphanage

Newsday - 2 days ago
Nation Newsday > News > Nation Print Aa Vietnamese priest beaten at planned  grossly insulting humandignity and is unacceptable,” the statement said.
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