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(Human Rights Watch) – Cambodia’s decision to close its northeastern border with Vietnam to halt the flow of Montagnard asylum seekers comes amidst alarming new reports of mass arrests, torture, and increasing persecution of Montagnard Christians in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, Human Rights Watch said in a 25-page article released today.

New testimony gathered by Human Rights Watch establishes the widespread and continued use of torture against activists, religious leaders, and individuals who have been deported or have voluntarily returned from Cambodia .

To view the full article, click here: Vietnam: New Evidence of Torture, Mass Arrests of Montagnards (Human Rights Watch, January 9, 2005)