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Viet Nam must not resume executions by firing squad

Vietnamese national media today reported that the government is asking the National Assembly to allow the use of execution by firing squad until 2015. Vietnamese national media today reported that the government is asking the National Assembly to allow the use of execution by firing squad until 2015.

Viêt-Nam. Un nouveau rapport fournit des informations sur la détention de nombreux prisonniers d’opinion

Les autorités vietnamiennes doivent mettre un terme à la répression alarmante qu’elles exercent sur l’opposition et prendre sans délai des mesures afin que les militants ne soient plus harcelés ou emprisonnés simplement pour avoir fait usage de leurs droits, écrit Amnesty International dans un nouveau rapport rendu public jeudi 7 novembre 2013. Les autorités vietnamiennes doivent mettre un terme à la répression alarmante qu’elles exercent sur l’opposition et prendre sans délai des mesures afin que les militants ne soient plus harcelés ou

Viet Nam: Report documents how scores remain imprisoned for speaking out - 7 November 2013

Headline Title:  Viet Nam: Report documents how scores remain imprisoned for speaking out The Vietnamese authorities must end their alarming crackdown on dissent and immediately put in place measures to protect activists from further harassment and imprisonment simply for exercising the The Vietnamese authorities must end their alarming crackdown on dissent and immediately put in place measures to protect activists from further harassment and imprisonment simply for exercising their rights. Media Node:  Vietnam POCs Story Location:  Vietnam 14° 30' 12.4992" N, 108° 40' 36.3288" E “Viet Nam is fast turning into one of South East Asia’s largest prisons for human rights defenders and other activists. The government’s alarming clampdown on free speech has to end” Source:  Rupert Abbott, Amnesty International’s Viet Nam Researcher Date:  Thu, 07/11/2013

Viet Nam: Report documents how scores remain imprisoned for speaking out

The Vietnamese authorities must end their alarming crackdown on dissent and immediately put in place measures to protect activists from further harassment and imprisonment simply for exercising their rights, Amnesty International said in a new report today. The Vietnamese authorities must end their alarming crackdown on dissent and immediately put in place measures to protect activists from further harassment and imprisonment simply for exercising the

Viêt-Nam. Un avocat dernière victime en date de la répression de la dissidence

Les autorités vietnamiennes doivent libérer sans délai un éminent avocat et militant des droits humains qui a été condamné à de la prison pour des raisons politiques mercredi 2 octobre, a déclaré Amnesty International. Les autorités vietnamiennes doivent libérer sans délai un éminent avocat et militant des droits humains qui a été condamné à de la prison pour des raisons politiques mercredi 2 octobre, a décl

Viet Nam: Lawyer latest victim of government’s crackdown on dissent - 2 October 2013

Headline Title:  Viet Nam: Lawyer latest victim of government’s crackdown on dissent Viet Nam must immediately release a prominent lawyer and human rights activist who was jailed on politically motivated charges today, Amnesty International said. Viet Nam must immediately release a prominent lawyer and human rights activist who was jailed on politically motivated charges today. Media Node:  Vietnam Story Location:  Vietnam 14° 24' 22.6908" N, 107° 55' 46.8768" E “This is a ludicrous sentence, and just another clear example of the Vietnamese authorities harassing and imprisoning those who are peaceful critics with opposing views. Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director. ” Source:  Isabelle Arradon, Asia Pacific Deputy Director at Amnesty International. URL:  Visit to Viet Nam first in decades by Amnesty International Description:  Press release, 6 March 2013

Viet Nam: Lawyer latest victim of government’s crackdown on dissent

Viet Nam must immediately release a prominent lawyer and human rights activist who was jailed on politically motivated charges today, Amnesty International said. Viet Nam must immediately release a prominent lawyer and human rights activist who was jailed on politically motivated charges today, Amnesty International said.

Viêt-Nam. Des centaines de personnes se trouvent en danger du fait de la « déplorable » reprise des exécutions

La première exécution au Viêt-Nam depuis plus de 18 mois est choquante et met en danger des centaines de condamnés à mort, a déclaré Amnesty International. La première exécution au Viêt-Nam depuis plus de 18 mois est choquante et met en danger des centaines de condamnés à mort, a déclaré Amnesty International.

Viet Nam: Hundreds at risk after 'deplorable' resumption of executions - 6 August 2013

Headline Title:  Viet Nam: Hundreds at risk after 'deplorable' resumption of executions The first execution in Viet Nam in more than 18 months is outrageous and puts hundreds of death row prisoners at risk, Amnesty International said. The first execution in Viet Nam in more than 18 months is outrageous and puts hundreds of death row prisoners at risk. Media Node:  Viet Nam Death penalty 2012 video Death penalty graphic: Executing countries 2012 Story Location:  Vietnam 12° 58' 10.5168" N, 108° 35' 19.9212" E “It is deplorable that Viet Nam has resumed executions and reflects a ruthless determination by the authorities to continue using the death penalty. ” Source:  Isabelle Arradon, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director. URL:  Vietnam: Lethal injection looms for 117 prisoners Description:  Urgent Action, 24 June 2013 URL:  Death penalty 2012: Despite setbacks, a death penalty-free world came closer Description:  News, 10 April 2013

Vietnam: Cientos de personas en peligro tras “lamentable” reanudación de las ejecuciones

La primera ejecución realizada en Vietnam después de más de 18 meses es un acto atroz y pone en peligro a cientos de condenados a muerte, ha declarado Amnistía Internacional. La primera ejecución realizada en Vietnam después de más de 18 meses es un acto atroz y pone en peligro a cientos de condenados a muerte, ha declarado Amnistía Internacional.

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