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Nghe An court upholds jail terms for man provoking social disturbances

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Nghe An court upholds jail terms for man provoking social disturbances

The People’s Court of Nghe An on April 24 upheld a lower court’s verdict, sentencing Hoang Duc Binh to seven years in prison on the charge of “resisting on-duty officials” and another seven years for “abusing the rights to democracy and freedom to infringe on the interests of the State, and legitimate rights and interests of organisations and citizens.”

Nghe An: Man provoking social disturbances gets jail terms

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Nghe An: Man provoking social disturbances gets jail terms

The People’s Court of Dien Chau district, the central province of Nghe An, on February 6 sentenced 35-year-old Hoang Duc Binh to seven years in prison on the charge of “resisting on-duty officials” and another seven years for “abusing the rights to democracy and freedom to infringe on the interests of the State and rights and interests of organisations and citizens.”

Binh Duong rioters sentenced with imprisonment

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Binh Duong rioters sentenced with imprisonment

The People’s Court of Di An commune in the southern province of Binh Duong on June 5 imprisoned three offenders who took advantage of the recent protests against China’s illegal actions in Vietnam’s waters in some local industrial parks to commit law violations.

Binh Duong vows to protect and support foreign firms

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Binh Duong vows to protect and support foreign firms

The southern province of Binh Duong pledges to ensure safety for foreign workers and investors, stabilise their production activities, and prevent any repeat of the recent illegal rallies which resulted in damage to enterprises, Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Le Thanh Cung has said.

Security Minister holds phone talks with Chinese counterpart

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Security Minister holds phone talks with Chinese counterpart

Minister of Public Security Tran Dai Quang on May 17 talked on the phone with his Chinese counterpart Guo Sheng Kun over recent spontaneous protests against China’s illegal placement of its Haiyang Shiyou 981 drilling rig in Vietnam’s continental shelf and exclusive economic zone.

Proper policies help defeat religious abuse plots

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Proper policies help defeat religious abuse plots

The Vietnamese Party and State’s religious and belief policies have vanquished schemes to abuse religions to conduct a “peace evolution”. This is the title of an article by Major General Ass. Prof. Tran Minh Thu, Editor-in-Chief of the People’s Public Security Magazine, released on the occasion of Human Rights Day.

Nghi Phuong incident from the angle of faith and truth

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Nghi Phuong incident from the angle of faith and truth

The rice is ripening on paddy fields and the church bell jingles every day in Nghi Phuong commune, Nghi Loc district, the central province of Nghe An. However, the local peaceful life was suddenly disturbed by extreme parishioners.

The incident began on May 22 when priest Dang Huu Nam in charge of Binh Thuan parish, Nghi Thuan commune, gathered hundreds of Catholic parishioners from different localities at Trai Gao church to pray for eight persons who were about to stand trial at an appeal court held by the Supreme People’s Court in Vinh city on May 23 on the charge of conducting subversive activities.

Tien Lang farmers jailed for five years

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Tien Lang farmers jailed for five years

Jail terms of up to five years were handed down on farmers involved in coercive land reclamation in Vinh Quang commune, Tien Lang district, Hai Phong city on charges of “murder and resisting on-duty officials”.

Tien Lang farmers charged with murder

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Tien Lang farmers charged with murder

The Hai Phong City People’s Court on April 2 opened a trial for those involved in coercive land reclamation in Vinh Quang commune, Tien Lang district in 2012, on charges of “murder and resisting on-duty officials”.

Court sentences cemetery disorder culprits

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Court sentences cemetery disorder culprits

The people’s court of Cam Le district in the central city of Da Nang sentenced Nguyen Huu Minh, who masterminded the public disturbance at the Con Dau cemetery, to 12 months in jail at a trial on Oct. 26.