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Topic - Tran Vu Hai
Two musicians in Vietnam whose topical songs are popular among overseas Vietnamese were sentenced to prison Tuesday, prompting criticism from the United States and international rights groups.
A French-Vietnamese math professor was sentenced Wednesday to three years in a Vietnamese prison for belonging to a banned pro-democracy group and publishing an anti-Communist blog, his lawyer said.
Vo Minh Tri and Tran Vu Anh Binh were imprisoned for four and six years, respectively, on charges of spreading propaganda against the state, said Mr. Tri's lawyer, Tran Vu Hai.
Vo Minh Tri and Tran Vu Anh Binh were sentenced to four and six years in prison, respectively, on charges of spreading propaganda against the state, said Tri's lawyer, Tran Vu Hai.