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Vietnam Revisited: A CBS5 Special Report

Vietnam Reporting Project fellow Thuy Vu, an Emmy award-winning anchor and reporter for CBS5 in San Francisco, recently returned to her homeland of Vietnam to take an in-depth look at the impact of Agent Orange. This CBS5 Special Report explores the on-going health impact of Agent Orange, the dioxin contaminated herbicides used by the US military to defoliate the jungles of Vietnam. The half-hour report airs on January 3, 2011 at 7pm.

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Make Agent Orange History

Thirty-five years after the the war, harmful effects of Agent Orange/dioxin are still being felt by millions in Vietnam, including children. But this is a humanitarian concern we can do something about.

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Replating Vietnam's War Zones

Botanist Phuong Tuu Boi tours the highlands of central Vietnam and explains to Christie Anschwanden his work to reforest the defoliated hills around A Luoi Vietnam. NY Times/Pulitzer Reporting Project video.

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Vietnam Soldiers Still Suffer from  Agent Orange

Thuy Vu of CBS 5 in San Francisco reports on how dioxin from Agent Orange has impacted Vietnamese veterans from both sides of the war as well as American veterans.

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Vietnam 35 Years Later: Agent Orange

Thuy Vu from CBS 5 in San Francisco travels to Vietnam to report on the impact of Agent Orange on Vietnam. Generations of Vietnamese continue to be born with birth defects and other illnesses believed to be the result of exposure to the dioxin contaminated herbicide.

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The Hazards of Dioxin in the Environment.

Chicago Tribune: Agent Orange's Lethal Legacy. (December 9, 2009.)

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Jungles Another Casualty of Spray Missions.

Chicago Tribune: Agent Orange's Lethal Legacy. (December 9, 2009.)

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James Sprandel: Legs Drained of Their Strength.

Chicago Tribune: Agent Orange's Lethal Legacy for Vietnam War Veterans. (December 6, 2009.)

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In Vietnam, Family Grieves 12 Lost Children.

Chicago Tribune: Poisonous Defoliants Still Exact a Toll on US, Vietnam. (December 4, 2009.)

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Ted Hughes: His Daughters' Lives "Destroyed."

Chicago Tribune: Agent Orange's Lethal Legacy for Vietnam War Veterans. (December 6, 2009.)

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Jack Cooley: Felt Betrayed by His Government.

Chicago Tribune: Agent Orange's Lethal Legacy for Vietnam War Veterans. (December 6, 2009.)

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Decades On, Agent Orange Still Stalks Vietnam.

AP Video.

Decades after the end of the Vietnam War, the country remains blighted by Agent Orange, a toxic herbicide used by US forces during the conflift. Families with disabled children are demanding more help from the US Government. (July 1, 2010)

The Return of Agent Orange

On January 6, Senior Research Fellow Phillip Longman and author of “Best Care Anywhere,” Michael F. Martin, specialist in Asian affairs for the Congressional Research Service, and Clay Risen, Managing Editor of Democracy held a discussion of Agent Orange and its continuing legacy to mark the release of "The Agent Orange Boomerang," in the January/February issue of the Washington Monthly. The speakers were introduced by Paul Glastris, Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation and Editor in Chief of the Washington Monthly.

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Vet's Daughters Cope with Toxic Inheritance.

Chicago Tribune: Poisonous Defoliants Still Exact a Toll on US, Vietnam. (December 4, 2009.)

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http://i.vimeocdn.com/video/78248336_200x150.jpgThe Exhibit “50 Years on the Frontlines: Philip Jones Griffiths Photographs”The acclaimed exhibit of the works of the world's foremost war photographer features compelling portraits of Agent Orange victims, among other famous photographs. A 7-minute preview of the exhibit.
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