German historian: My Lai massacre a terrible war crime World

German historian: My Lai massacre a terrible war crime

The My Lai massacre was a terrible war crime in its dimensions but it was not an isolated incident, German historian Bernd Greiner from Hamburg was quoted as saying by the German-based public-broadcasting radio station Deutschlandfunk.
American veterans deliver flood relief for Vietnam Society

American veterans deliver flood relief for Vietnam

More than 110 Americans have donated more than 28,000 USD so far in a charity campaign organised by Ronald L. Haeberle, whose photographs of the My Lai Massacre turned American public opinion against the war. He was assisted by Chuck Searcy who co-founded Project RENEW with Hoang Nam in 2001.
American My Lai hero dies Society

American My Lai hero dies

Lawrence Manley Colburn, the US army helicopter gunner who helped stop the massacre of hundreds of unarmed Vietnamese villagers by US troops at My Lai in 1968, has died at the age of 67.
Summer Camp for overseas youths kicks off Society

Summer Camp for overseas youths kicks off

The annual Vietnam Summer Camp 2011 for overseas Vietnamese youths and students kicked off in Hanoi on July 8, drawing 150 overseas Vietnamese youths and students from nearly 30 countries and territories worldwide.
Summer Camp for overseas youths to open in July Society

Summer Camp for overseas youths to open in July

The annual Vietnam Summer Camp 2011 for overseas Vietnamese youths and students will take place from July 7-24, honouring Ly Tu Trong, one of the youngest fighters for freedom in Vietnam under French domination.
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A soldier's journey back to My Lai

Vietnamese veteran director, Le Dan's film Nhung Buc Thu Tu Son My (Letters from Son My) will premiere at this year's Cannes Film Festival to open on May 12.