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Pham Van Xong holds his son, Truc, who is a victim of the herbicide Agent Orange. (Travis Fox/Post.com)
For a stark reminder of the Vietnam War, people living near the airport in this central industrial city can still stroll along the old stone walls that once surrounded a
The more politically sensitive issues of responsibility and direct compensation for victims remain unresolved. Although medical authorities here estimate that there are more than 4 million suspected dioxin victims in
During the war, American forces sprayed about 12 million gallons of Agent Orange over the jungle canopies and jade-green highlands of
"I find it ironic that on one hand you put [Saddam Hussein] on trial for using biological warfare, but in another country where you sprayed chemicals for warfare, you neglect your responsibility," said Duc Nguyen.
THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT HYPOCRISY IS.
THIS BLIND CALLOULNESS TO WHAT THE VIETNAMESE PEOPLE HAVE SUFFERED WHEN THE