Vietnam Blocks Dissident Facebook Pages Through Fake Abuse Reports

Radio Free Asia

Authorities in Vietnam are moving to cripple the online voices of dissidents by blasting a deluge of reports on their Facebook pages accusing them of abusing the popular social network, triggering an automatic shutdown of their public pages and profiles, activists said. (22/07/2014)

Vietnam Today

US Senate Issues Bipartisan Resolution Condemning Chinese ADIZ

(The Diplomat) - What do U.S. legislators think about China’s recent moves in the East and South China Seas? Well, we got a pretty good idea last Thursday when the U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan resolution in essence condemning China’s actions and ambitions in (...)

Viet Tan in the News

Vietnam: Release of woman labour rights activist positive but scores remain behind bars

(Amnesty International) - The early release of Do Thi Minh Hanh, a woman labour activist and prisoner of conscience, in Viet Nam is a positive step but authorities must now follow up and release the scores of other peaceful activists still behind bars, Amnesty International (...)