Nick Ut has been honored with the U.S. National Medal of Arts award for his iconic Vietnam War photo, ‘Napalm Girl’.
Sheehan was the first to obtain the Pentagon Papers, a massive history of US involvement in Vietnam
A court in Vietnam on Tuesday sentenced three freelance journalists known for their criticism of government to between 11 and 15 years in prison, after finding them guilty of spreading anti-state propaganda.
Jitters are setting in as the Vietnamese Communist Party prepares for the country’s paramount political event.
Vietnamese authorities should immediately release journalist Truong Chau Huu Danh and drop any pending charges against him, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
As Vietnam prepares for its National Congress in January – a time known for clampdowns of government critics – it is also rolling out a controversial cybersecurity bill.
Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Vietnam Economic Times), a leading business newspaper in the Southeast Asian country, formally suspended its operations on Wednesday after having served readers for nearly three decades.
Undeterred by its dismal ranking in media freedom and grim reputation for jailing reporters who stray from the government line, Vietnam has launched a museum dedicated to the open press.
New wave of arrests ahead of the 13th party congress
Vietnamese authorities should immediately release journalist Le Huu Minh Tuan and drop the charges against him, the Committee to Protect Journalist said today.
Press authorities in Vietnam have shut down the digital version of a newspaper for running stories that contained untruthful information.
The editorial board of Viet Nam News, the English-language newspaper of the official Vietnam News Agency, has announced it will suspend its daily print edition for 16 days after a reporter in Hanoi had been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).