James Massola | November 12, 2019 Jakarta: Canberra’s reluctance to criticise a Vietnamese court decision to sentence Australian citizen Chau Van Kham to 12 years
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Kathryn Diss and Erin Handley | November 11, 2019 A Sydney retiree has been found guilty of “terrorist activities” and sentenced to 12 years in
Ben Doherty | November 10, 2019 Retired baker Chau Van Kham, 70, to appear in Ho Chi Minh City court after more than 10 months
Richard Finney | November 5, 2019 Authorities in Vietnam have set a trial date of Nov. 11 for three democracy activists, including an ethnic Vietnamese
Erin Handley, Mazoe Ford and Angelique Lu | July 23, 2019 The family of an Australian citizen who has been languishing in a Vietnamese prison
Faras Ghani | May 20, 2019 ‘Level of terror rises sharply’ as Vietnam ranks 176th out of 180 countries in the 2019 Press Freedom Index.
February 28, 2019 | David Hutt While Vietnam’s leaders promoted peace and harmony at the Kim-Trump summit, democracy and rights activists faced harassment and house
February 10, 2019 | Erin Handley When Chau Van Kham abruptly stopped responding to messages on a trip to Vietnam in January, his prolonged silence
January 25, 2019 | Luke Hunt Hong Kong: A prominent Australian democracy advocate has been detained by Vietnamese security police in Ho Chi Minh City and
January 25, 2019 | Erin Handley and Emilia Terzon Australian authorities have confirmed Australian citizen and pro-democracy activist Chau Van Kham has been detained in Vietnam.
Joshua Lipes | July 17, 2018 Nearly two dozen members of the U.S. Congress have written to the heads of Facebook and Google urging them
June 12, 2018 Vietnam’s national assembly has approved new legislation aimed at further restricting citizens’ use of the internet, voting on Tuesday to require providers