2005 archival fact sheet.
Judge Weinstein was erroneous in his decision—that Agent Orange was a mere “herbicide” whose undeniably poisonous component dioxin was “unintended” and “collateral”.
We will attempt to get “the decision by the District Court reversed and get the case reinstated,” said Jonathan Moore.
Potential Relevance of Hot Spots from Recent Findings, by Olaf Päpke and Arnold Schecter.
Philip Jones Griffiths talked about the photographs he has taken in Vietnam on CSPAN.
by Prof Nguyễn Văn Tuấn, Garvan Institute of Medical Research and University of New South Wales, Australia.
Legacy of U.S. military bases in Southern Vietnam, by Dwernychuk, Hoang Dinh Cau, Hatfield, Boivin, Tran Manh Hung, Phung Tri Dung and Nguyen Dinh Thai.
Even Vietnam veterans who were not involved in spraying Agent Orange experienced higher levels of dioxin contamination, which is linked to an...
National Organization Supporting Justice for Vietnam’s Agent Orange Victims Vows to Pursue Claims Against Chemical Manufacturers Despite Judge Weinstein’s Decision
L’agent orange au Viet-nam: Crime d’hier, tragédie d’aujourd’hui, edited by Y. Capdeville, F. Gendreau & J. Meynard,
Vietnam Children of Dioxin organizes a November 2005 tour of 6 cities in France for musician Nguyễn Thanh Tùng, a young Vietnamese victim of Agent...
Từng phải thừa lệnh đạp những thùng chất độc da cam xuống những vùng đất của Việt Nam. Chiến tranh chưa kết thúc nhưng ông phải giải ngũ vì cuộc chiến đã cướp đi con mắt trái của ông. Và nỗi đau, niềm day dứt, oán hận chiến tranh mãi đeo đẳng suốt cuộc đời khi ba người con trai của ông đã ra đi vĩnh viễn bởi di chứng của chất độc da cam…
PDF. Civil action brought by Vietnamese nationals and a Vietnamese organization against corporations based in the United States pursuant to the Alien Tort Claims Act.
Photos from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam -Sept. 17-18, 2004