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Vietnam: Release of woman labour rights activist positive but scores remain behind bars - 30 junio 2014

Headline Title:  Vietnam: Release of woman labour rights activist positive but scores remain behind bars 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 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. Media Node:  Vietnam Twitter Tag:  Vietnam Story Location:  United Kingdom 12° 33' 21.2544" N, 107° 53' 8.6712" E See map: Google Maps “We are of course delighted that Do Thi Minh Hanh has been released, but she should never have been locked up in the first place. Sentencing someone to seven years in prison for handing out leaflets is ludicrous, and a sad indictment of the Vietnamese authorities’ long-lasting crackdown on dissent. ” Fuente:  Rupert Abbott, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia Pacific Director. URL:  Viet Nam: Prisoners of conscience released but dozens remain jailed Descripción:  News Story, 14 April 2014. URL:  Death of activist Dinh Dang Dinh should be ‘wake-up call’ for Viet Nam Descripción:  News Story, 4 April 2014.

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

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 said. 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

Vietnam: Presos de conciencia liberados, aunque decenas continúan en prisión

La temprana liberación en Vietnam de varios presos de conciencia es motivo de satisfacción, pero sirve para poner de relieve la situación de al menos otros 70 que siguen encarcelados por expresar pacíficamente su opinión; así lo ha afirmado hoy Amnistía Internacional. La temprana liberación en Vietnam de varios presos de conciencia es motivo de satisfacción, pero sirve para poner de relieve la situación de al menos otros 70 que siguen encarcelados por expresar p

Viêt-Nam. Des prisonniers d’opinion ont été libérés, mais beaucoup d’autres demeurent détenus

Amnesty International se félicite de la libération anticipée de plusieurs prisonniers d’opinion au Viêt-Nam. Cette nouvelle ne doit pas pour autant occulter le fait qu’au moins 70 autres restent emprisonnés pour avoir exprimé pacifiquement leurs opinions, a déclaré l’organisation ce lundi 14 avril 2014. Amnesty International se félicite de la libération anticipée de plusieurs prisonniers d’opinion au Viêt-Nam.

Viet Nam: Prisoners of conscience released but dozens remain jailed - 14 abril 2014

Headline Title:  Viet Nam: Prisoners of conscience released but dozens remain jailed The early release in Viet Nam of several prisoners of conscience is welcome, but serves to highlight the situation of at least 70 others who remain jailed for peacefully expressing their opinions, The early release in Viet Nam of several prisoners of conscience is welcome, but serves to highlight the situation of at least 70 others who remain jailed for peacefully expressing their opinions. Media Node:  Viet nam Twitter Tag:  Vietnam Story Location:  Vietnam 13° 16' 29.82" N, 108° 6' 26.892" E “We are delighted that these men are out of prison but they should never have been locked-up in the first place. ” Fuente:  Rupert Abbott, Amnesty International’s Deputy Asia-Pacific Director. URL:  Death of activist Dinh Dang Dinh should be ‘wake-up call’ for Viet Nam Descripción:  News Story, 4 April 2014. URL:  Silenced Voices: Prisoners of Conscience in Viet Nam Descripción:  Report, 7 November 2013.

Viet Nam: Prisoners of conscience released but dozens remain jailed

The early release in Viet Nam of several prisoners of conscience is welcome, but serves to highlight the situation of at least 70 others who remain jailed for peacefully expressing their opinions, Amnesty International said today. The early release in Viet Nam of several prisoners of conscience is welcome, but serves to highlight the situation of at least 70 others who remain jailed for peacefully expressing their opinions,

La muerte del activista Dinh Dang Dinh debe ser una “llamada de atención” para Vietnam

Amnistía Internacional rinde homenaje a Dinh Dang Dinh, activista medioambiental, bloguero y preso de conciencia vietnamita, que ha muerto a la edad de 50 años. Amnistía Internacional rinde homenaje a Dinh Dang Dinh, activista medioambiental, bloguero y preso de conciencia vietnamita, que ha muerto a la edad de 50 años.

La mort du militant Dinh Dang Dinh doit servir de signal d'alarme au Viêt-Nam

Amnesty International rend hommage à Dinh Dang Dinh, militant écologiste, blogueur et ancien prisonnier d'opinion vietnamien, qui vient de mourir à l'âge de 50 ans. La mort du militant Dinh Dang Dinh doit servir de signal d'alarme au Viêt-Nam

Death of activist Dinh Dang Dinh should be ‘wake-up call’ for Viet Nam

Amnesty International has paid tribute to Dinh Dang Dinh, the Vietnamese environmental activist, blogger and former prisoner of conscience, who has died aged 50. Amnesty International has paid tribute to Dinh Dang Dinh, the Vietnamese environmental activist, blogger and former prisoner of conscience, who has died aged 50.

Death of activist Dinh Dang Dinh should be ‘wake-up call’ for Viet Nam - 4 abril 2014

Headline Title:  Death of activist Dinh Dang Dinh should be ‘wake-up call’ for Viet Nam Amnesty International has paid tribute to Dinh Dang Dinh, the Vietnamese environmental activist, blogger and former prisoner of conscience, who has died aged 50. Amnesty International has paid tribute to Dinh Dang Dinh, the Vietnamese environmental activist, blogger and former prisoner of conscience, who has died aged 50. Media Node:  vietnam Twitter Tag:  vietnam Story Location:  United Kingdom 21° 27' 29.4516" N, 107° 13' 35.6268" E See map: Google Maps “It is a tragedy that the Vietnamese authorities stole the last years of Dinh Dang Dinh’s life, locking him up away from his loved ones.” Fuente:  Amnesty International's Rupert Abbott URL:  Silenced Voices: Prisoners of Conscience in Viet Nam Descripción:  Report, 7 November 2013

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