Sunday, August 12, 2012

The terrible legacy of Agent Orange - Asia - World - The Independent

The terrible legacy of Agent Orange on the children of Vietnam- Asia - World - The Independent

Tran Thi Hoan, 26, studied medicine only to be told that she couldn't become a doctor because of a war fought 20 years before she was born. The ostensible reason was that she had no legs or left hand, but the main reason, and the cause of so much misery blighting the lives of millions of other Vietnamese, is the 20 million gallons of Agent Orange sprayed in her country by US forces in the Sixties

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