Vietnam is still grappling with the huge social and economic consequences of its military conflict with the U.S.
Agent Orange Day is August 10th. It marks the day in 1961 when the U.S. began aerial spraying of toxic herbicides over Vietnam.
The wheelchair-bound former army sergeant said he was so busy fighting communist Vietcong every day that he never imagined the defoliant would ruin his life later.
A South Korean court has ordered two US firms who manufactured Agent Orange to compensate thousands of South Korean Vietnam War veterans and their families.
By Kimberly Nicoletti, Aspen Times Weekly: The aftermath of Agent Orange
International friends have suggested more practical initiatives to support Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxin victims.
Veterans for Peace Chapter 72 Education WithOut Borders KBOO 90.7FM PSU Multicultural Center Students for Unity will be hosting three Vietnamese Victims of Agent Orange and their doctor Dr. Nguyen...
Vietnamese survivors of Agent Orange are still seeking justice, 30 years later.
Activities in Santa Fe, New Mexico, December 2005.