Binh Duk is the name of a district in Vietnam.
It is in the western part of Ho Chi Minh City, which is the main centre for Vietnamese migration from Vietnam to other countries.
Binh Dum is a small town in the south of the city.
It was once home to the country’s first rice mill, and a number of small shops and restaurants.
The city is now known for its rice, which makes up more than 90 per cent of the local economy.
Binwiek, the most important city in the province, has been the scene of a violent protest in 2014, when a group of students occupied the city’s main square.
The students, who called themselves the Free Binh Vuong, wanted the city to become a democratic and multicultural city.
The protesters, who were protesting against the government’s plans to allow Vietnamese to live and work in Vietnam, were also calling for the release of political prisoners.
The protest attracted international attention and international condemnation.
In December 2016, a court sentenced 13 of the protesters to prison terms of more than four years.
Two of the students have since been released, and two others are awaiting trial.
The trial is still ongoing.
This is the second major case involving the protests, as a trial for two of the same students in 2016 was postponed due to the government being involved in a criminal case.
In January 2018, two more students, one of them from a different family, were arrested and charged with inciting students to protest.
The other student, the first to be arrested, was released without charge.
In May 2018, Binh Binh was the scene in another violent protest, when police and the military were involved in an attack on an opposition rally.
In June 2018, the protesters were again on the front line.
An armed group of the Vietnamese Communist Party and their supporters attacked the university.
The military fired tear gas at the protesters, and then fired live rounds, killing seven of them.
The university was evacuated and students were evacuated from the campus.
Police have arrested a number, including two of its students.
The government has said that the students’ trial is being delayed.
The protests were also the subject of a public outcry.
The country’s ruling party, the Vietnam Communist Party (VCN), has called for the end of the demonstrations, while the opposition, the United Front for Democracy and Reconciliation (UDFR), has criticized the VCN’s leadership.
Vietnam’s military is a key partner in the negotiations between the government and the opposition.
In 2016, the VCN called on the country to hold elections within a year, but a presidential election was held only in May 2018.
The VCN won a majority in the legislature in November 2018.
In September 2018, Vietnam’s cabinet passed a law that allows the government to detain and detain without trial any political prisoners for up to a year.
In November 2018, after months of political wrangling, the government issued a draft law allowing the use of the death penalty for political crimes.
A parliamentary committee has begun drafting a draft bill that would amend the constitution to allow the death sentence for political prisoners, including those who commit serious crimes.
In March 2019, the Vietnamese government proposed a bill to change the constitution so that political prisoners could be tried on the basis of “moral turpitude” and “crimes against the state”.
The proposed changes would make the death penalties for crimes against the country legal and have a provision that it could be used only for those who are responsible for grave crimes, such as genocide, crimes against humanity, or war crimes.