The Conviction On Sept. 22, 2016, the Hanoi People’s Court held a first-instance trial  for Vu Van Binh,
VIETNAM - A coalition of more than 10 international human rights organizations issued an urgent open letter on August 9,
The efficacy of the death penalty as a deterrent to crime has long been debated. As many countries opt to
Innocent Victim of Police Brutality: Nguyen Trong Doan's Coerced Confession in the Nguyen Van Chuong Case
Convictions based on confessions obtained through torture should never be admissible, especially in a murder case.
Vietnam Court Plans to Proceed with the Execution of Nguyen Van Chuong, an Innocent Death-Row Inmate
Vietnam Court Decides To Execute Wrongful Death-Row Inmate Nguyen Van Chuong The People’s Court of Hai Phong has decided
Nguyen Van Chuong’s criminal case is another heart-wrenching story that shakes the foundations of Vietnam's criminal justice system. Chuong
On July 26, 2023, the Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI) - a non-profit organization - unveiled its annual analysis of
Vietnam Jails 54 Officials Involved in Covid-19 Bribery After more than two weeks of trial, a Vietnamese court in Hanoi
The Vietnamese government prioritizes complete control over cyberspace rather than protecting privacy and data autonomy.
In the summer of 2011, Vietnam witnessed its longest anti-Chinese protest since 1975, spanning a total of three months. Citizens
Vietnam Police Officially Charge Blogger Duong Van Thai with “Distributing Anti-State Propaganda” Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security (MPS), the
The security situation in Dak Lak Province has “returned to normal” , and the lives of its residents have “gradually