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(ARN) – Authorities in Vietnam say four ethnic Hmong Christians have been jailed for “disturbing public order”. Officials in the mountainous province of Ha Giang say the four men were sentenced by the Hoang Su Phi district court for up to three years in jail. The charges are said to relate to the organisation of six illegal gatherings between October and November last year. However, a US-based human rights group, the Centre for Religious Freedom, says the men were only meeting for Christian worship, and are victims of religious persecution. The Vietnamese government has consistently denied that people in Vietnam are persecuted for their religious beliefs.