From British daily The Morning Star:
About 38,000 people have been killed by unexploded ordnance since the end of the conflict in 1975.
Canada’s Agent Orange Victims Still Seeking Justice: here.
Hanoi has urged the US to release funding for Agent Orange victims at the start of the fourth annual meeting between the two countries to discuss the clean-up of areas the US military poisoned during the Vietnam war: here.
Agent Orange exposure linked to Graves’ disease in Vietnam veterans, study finds: here.
US Republican Alan Simpson Says Veterans Who Are Agent Orange Victims Are ‘Not Helping Us Save The Country’: here.
Visiting US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has lectured her Vietnamese hosts on human rights and issued vaguely worded pledges to help the developing country to tackle the horrific legacy of Agent Orange: here.
When Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, visited Vietnam on Thursday she extolled the country’s “unlimited potential” and strong trade relations with the US. But the words must have rung hollow for Ngyuen Ngoc Phuong, who has seen his potential destroyed by American chemical poisoning: here.