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Chemical weapons org starts inquiry

Mech Dara and Andrew Nachemson A team from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons arrived in Cambodia Sunday night, with officials saying they will investigate chemical weapons dropped by the… Đọc tiếp »

VA Examining Possible Link Between Agent Orange, Brain Cancer in Light of Senator John McCain’s Recent Diagnosis

The recent revelation by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., that he was diagnosed with glioblastoma multiforme, an aggressive form of brain cancer that is fatal, has caused some individuals to ask… Đọc tiếp »

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Vietnam spends US$11.8 mln preparing for dioxin removal near former US military airbase

A project worth nearly US$12 million has been initiated to prepare for the elimination of dioxin contamination near a military airport in the southern Vietnamese province of Dong Nai. The… Đọc tiếp »

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Việt Nam, Japan in defence policy talks

The fifth Việt Nam-Japan defence policy dialogue took place in the south central province of Khánh Hòa’s Nha Trang City yesterday under the co-chair of Deputy Defence Minister Sen. Lieut…. Đọc tiếp »


Statement of the World Peace Council on the International day of victims of ‘Agent Orange’ on 10th August

The WPC is underlining 56 years from the start of the dirty imperialist war of the USA against the Vietnamese people the need for comprehensive and overall compensation of the… Đọc tiếp »

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Japan supports Vietnamese AO/Dioxin victims

Over US$ 85,000 will be transferred to the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin (VAVA) in support of Vietnamese AO/Dioxin victims. The funds originated from a project signed… Đọc tiếp »


Projects aims to improve healthcare in Vietnam

Students with a strong connection to Vietnamese culture and a passion for promoting public health are coming together through the Vietnam Health Project.


Japanese retired teacher moved to write about Vietnam dioxin victims

A Japanese man who has been helping Agent Orange victims in Vietnam for more than 10 years is set to publish a book on the damage dioxin has caused to… Đọc tiếp »


The ” wollen blanket” of solidarity with the Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange/ dioxin.

On the occasion of the World Wide Knit in Public Day (1) Saturday, June 8, 2013, it seems shouldering to announce that the Association AD@LY at Montpellier has initiated a… Đọc tiếp »

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The Struggle Continues: Seeking Compensation for Vietnamese Agent Orange Victims, 52 years on

Today marks the 52nd anniversary of the start of the chemical warfare program in Vietnam, a long time with NO sufficient remedial action by the U.S. government. One of the… Đọc tiếp »

Agent Orange: A Deadly Legacy

by Stephen Lendman. Fifty-one years and counting! On August 10, 1961, America began spraying Agent Orange in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. Operation Ranch Hand waged herbicidal warfare for 10 years. 

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Orange Village for AO victims to open next year

A new centre that will offer rehabilitation and post-surgery care to Agent Orange victims will open by the end of the year in HCM City, according to the HCM City… Đọc tiếp »

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Kind-hearted people honored for their support for AO victims

A total of 120 individuals have been awarded with certificates of merit for their kind-hearted work in supporting and caring for the victims of Agent Orange/ Dioxin across the country,… Đọc tiếp »

Together healing the pains of Agent Orange/Dioxin victims

Between 1961 and 1971 the US army sprayed about 80 million liters of hazardous chemicals on one-fourth of Vietnam’s southern area. The defoliant Agent Orange has had long-lasting effects on… Đọc tiếp »


Three main activities commemorating the 55th Anniversary of Agent Orange disaster in Vietnam

  “The third nationwide Emulation Congress “For Agent Orange victims” from 12th -13th July, 2016 at the La Thanh Hotel, No.218, Doi Can Street, Hanoi with about 300 participants”. The… Đọc tiếp »


Various activities held to support Agent Orange/Dioxin victims

The Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) announced a range of activities in anticipation of the event at a press conference Hanoi on July 7. Senior Lieutenant General… Đọc tiếp »

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