04 Jan '18, 10am

Vietnam arrests wanted property tycoon deported from Singapore

Vietnam arrests wanted property tycoon deported from Singapore

Vietnam’s Ministry of Public Security confirmed that it has arrested Da Nang’s real estate tycoon wanted for revealing state secrets after he was escorted from Singapore to Hanoi on Thursday afternoon. Phan Van Anh Vu was taken by the ministry’s investigators after his flight from Changi arrived at Noi Bai Airport at 3:37 p.m. The ministry said Vu “violated Singapore’s Immigration Law and was deported.” Lines of security agents were seen at the airport minutes before Vu arrived. The ministry issued a warrant against Vu on December 21, saying he showed signs of committing the crime of “deliberately disclosing State secrets,” which is punishable by up to 15 years in jail in Vietnam. No further details regarding the violation have been disclosed. Vu had not been seen at his house in Da Nang in central Vietnam since December 20, when the authorities searched his house. Singapo...

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