Hanoi's Most Wanted

Many countries would crow about the arrest of their most wanted terrorist, but that hasn't been the case with Vietnam's Nguyen Huu Chanh. The former refugee and onetime leader of the California-based Government of Free Vietnam was reportedly detained in South Korea on April 5. Yet it was nearly a week before the news was made public—and then only by Chanh's U.S. supporters, who accuse Seoul of bowing to pressure from Hanoi to seize a man they say is a prominent pro-democracy activist. Last week, some 200 Vietnamese-Americans marched on the South Korean consulate in Los Angeles to present a...

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