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Arbitrary Detention In the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Testimony by Vo Van Ai, Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Hearing on "Vietnam: Continuing Abuses of Human Rights and Religious Freedom", Washington D.C., 15 May 2012

Que Me:Action for Democracy in Vietnam : Arbitrary Detention of Pro-Democracy and Religious Activists in Vietnam, Testimony by Vo Van Ai to the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission

ARBITRARY DETENTION OF PRO-DEMOCRACY AND RELIGIOUS ACTIVISTS IN VIETNAM Testimony by VO VAN AI President, Quê Me: Action for Democracy in Vietnam & Vietnam Committee on Human Rights   Honorable Chairman, Distinguished Members of Congress, Thank you for giving me this opportunity to testify at this important hearing and express …

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Buddhist leader Thich Quang Do sends Message of Solidarity to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and the people of Tibet

PARIS, 16 February 2012 (IBIB) – Following the recent wave of self-immolations by Tibetans calling for religious freedom, and the ensuing brutal crackdown on these protests by the Chinese authorities, the Most Venerable Thich Quang Do, Patriarch of the outlawed Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam (UBCV) has written to His …

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The Wall Street Journal Asia : Hanoi’s Wrongs On Human Rights
Free countries must hold Hanoi to account at the U.N. this week

Vietnam’s human-rights record will come under scrutiny tomorrow at the United Nations Human Rights Council. Hanoi is hoping the council, which includes Cuba and Saudi Arabia, will rub clean its murky record on human rights. Freedom-loving countries shouldn’t let this happen. Vietnam’s report to the Human Rights Council in preparation …

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