Cleaning Up the Scars of US War in Vietnam
Cooperation, four decades later, advances US-Vietnam relations
By James Borton
More than 45 years after the bombing stopped in Vietnam’s war-torn Quang Tri Province, farmers and children are still injured and killed by unexploded ordnance left behind from some of the war’s bloodiest battles, either from US bombing missions or from landmines placed by both sides.
“When I was young, I witnessed several tragic accident…
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