Hostages, who were originally held by villagers in a land dispute, walk out after the villagers released them in Dong Tam, outside Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters Hostages, who were originally held by villagers in a land dispute, walk out after the villagers released them in Dong Tam, outside Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Hostages, who were originally held by villagers in a land dispute, walk out after the villagers released them in Dong Tam, outside Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters

Vietnam land protesters free final hostages after city official visits

Villagers in Dong Tam seized 38 officials, including police officers after four people were arrested in retaliation for protests staged during the escalating land dispute

Hostages, who were originally held by villagers in a land dispute, walk out after the villagers released them in Dong Tam, outside Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters Hostages, who were originally held by villagers in a land dispute, walk out after the villagers released them in Dong Tam, outside Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
Hostages, who were originally held by villagers in a land dispute, walk out after the villagers released them in Dong Tam, outside Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Reuters
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