Activists say their protest is hypocritical, since the police usually break up such demonstrations.
Chau Van Kham, Nguyen Van Vien, and Tran Van Quyen receive sentences of from 10 to 12 on charges that rights groups say were never proved.
Tran Vu Hai's office was raided, with his case files seized, and he will now stand trial on tax evasion charges on Nov. 13.
Hanoi's mission says will work with Britain to repatriate remains of the 39, all Vietnamese, "at the earliest time.”
Activist and blogger Nguyen Ngoc Anh is also sent back when his own appeal fails the next day.
Nguyen Ngoc Anh was sentenced in June to six years in prison for posting online material criticizing Vietnam's government.
Prosecutors show no evidence of links to terrorism, though, a US-based Vietnamese democracy advocacy group says.
Predictions of major inundation in southern Vietnam are overstated, two Vietnamese scholars say.
Phan Van Loi gets five years in prison for illegally sending workers abroad.
The central provinces that sent most of the Vietnamese found in a London truck have a history of labor exports, legal and illegal.
Coastal provinces of Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Thua Thien-Hue all have families fearing the worst as the investigation proceeds.
Rights activists say Thinh Nguyen should never have been picked up by police to begin with.
Relatives tell RFA a young man and woman had made the passage and are unaccounted for.
Vietnam belongs back on Countries of Special Concern list, Nghe An priest tells U.S. diplomat.
Ha Van Thanh had joined a protest march of victims of an April 2016 toxic waste spill and fled Vietnam two years later, fearing arrest.
Nguyen Van Duc Do is serving an 11-year prison term for criticizing the government's handling of a 2016 chemical waste spill that devastated Vietnam's central coast.
Ha Van Nam must go back to jail to serve his full term for role in a protest that blocked traffic at a BOT toll station in Bac Ninh.
New funeral campaign aims to “civilize” groups with “excessive” funerary traditions.
Nguyen Hoang Nam was sentenced in 2018 to four years in prison for trying to join a friend for worship services.
Some Vietnamese believe that Hanoi's one-party Communist government has failed to take a strong enough stance on the issue.
'Abominable,' produced jointly by Chinese and US animation studios, includes a scene showing China's 9-Dash Line demarcation of disputed waters.
Dissident blogger Huynh Truong Ca needs urgent medical care, his family members say.
Nguyen Ngoc Anh endures abuse as prison authorities try to coerce him to give up appeal.
The recommendation comes amid frustration over Hanoi’s tepid response to incidents in the disputed waters.
Truong Duy Nhat’s lawyer says authorities forced him to postpone a meeting with his client so an investigator could be present.
The temple’s 79-year-old abbot threatens to set himself on fire to make the attackers leave the scene.
Foreign Ministry declares that there is “no dispute” over Vanguard Bank.
Nguyen Duc Quoc Vuong was arrested for “making, storing, distributing or disseminating information, documents and items against the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.”
Father says Dien “looks very ill and weak” but won’t stop protest over mistreatment of political prisoners.
The move shows Vietnam's government is listening to public concerns over China's influence, some sources say.