Võ Trâm Anh, a young Vietnamese French woman, has created graphic works to help people, especially the young generation, learn more about the history and consequences of the deadly chemical.
In the memories of many people, the Greek Hero of the Viet Nam People's Armed Forces Kostas Sarantidis, also known as Nguyễn Văn Lập, always respectfully bowed to greet the statue of President Hồ Chí Minh whenever he reached the stage to address a meeting.
It was profoundly disappointing to learn that a French court in the Parisian suburb of Ervy ruled it did not have the jurisdiction to judge a case involving the wartime actions of the US government.
The Việt Nam Association for Victims of Agent Orange (AO) (VAVA) has affirmed it will provide spiritual and material support to Trần Tố Nga to continue her lawsuit against US firms that manufactured the toxic AO defoliant used by US forces during the war in Việt Nam.
Activists are determined as ever to continue the fight for justice for Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims in Việt Nam.
Việt Nam supports Agent Orange victims in their fight for justice from chemical companies, Vietnamese spokesperson for the foreign ministry Lê Thị Thu Hằng said on Thursday.
A hearing began on Monday of a case brought by Vietnamese-French woman Trần Tố Nga against the US companies that provided chemical toxins used by the US Army in the war with Việt Nam.
The National Assembly Standing Committee on Tuesday discussed support for people who contributed to the nation and their families.
After returning wounded from the American War during the seventies, many military physicians decided to continue their mission to help people in need.