German media: plaintiffs and supporters of Tran To Nga’s lawsuit not deterred World

German media: plaintiffs and supporters of Tran To Nga’s lawsuit not deterred

Many newspapers of German have run stories highlighting the lawsuit lodged by Vietnamese French Tran To Nga against 14 multinational chemical companies that produced the toxic chemicals sprayed by the US army in Vietnam during the war, affirming that the plaintiff and her supporters are not deterred by the ruling of a French court that the case fell outside its jurisdiction.
German Communist Party backs Vietnamese AO victims World

German Communist Party backs Vietnamese AO victims

The German Communist Party (DKP) on May 10 issued a statement expressing its support for the lawsuit lodged by Vietnamese French Tran To Nga and Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxin victims against 14 multinational chemical groups.
Vietnamese-French woman presses ahead with historic AO lawsuit Society

Vietnamese-French woman presses ahead with historic AO lawsuit

Vietnamese-French woman Tran To Nga affirmed she will continue her lawsuit against multinational companies for producing and selling chemical toxins sprayed by US forces during the war in Vietnam after the Crown Court of Evry City ruled that it was not competent enough to hear her case.
German newspaper: Consequences of Agent Orange lingers in Vietnam World

German newspaper: Consequences of Agent Orange lingers in Vietnam

Germany’s Frankfurter Rundschau (FR) newspaper on May 9 ran an article highlighting a lawsuit by Vietnamese-French Tran To Nga over multinational companies which produced and sold the toxic chemical Agent Orange (AO) containing dioxin sprayed by US forces during the war in Vietnam.
Struggle for justice for Agent Orange victims to continue Society

Struggle for justice for Agent Orange victims to continue

Participants in a May 8 roundtable talk, including Vietnamese-French woman Tran To Nga, who is pursuing a lawsuit against the US companies that provided the chemical toxins used by the US army during the war in Vietnam, affirmed the resolve to continue the fight for justice for Agent Orange (AO)/ dioxin victims of Vietnam regardless of the court’s rulings.
Exhibition on AO/dioxin pain, lawsuit underway in HCM City Society

Exhibition on AO/dioxin pain, lawsuit underway in HCM City

An exhibition highlighting the pain of Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxin victims and the lawsuit filed by Tran To Nga, a Vietnamese French woman, against multinational companies for producing and selling chemical toxins sprayed by US forces in the war in Vietnam, is being held in Ho Chi Minh City from May 8-13.
Vietnam supports AO victims’ claims for justice: spokesperson Society

Vietnam supports AO victims’ claims for justice: spokesperson

Vietnam supports Agent Orange/dioxin victims in requesting legal responsibilities from US companies producing and selling the toxic chemical used during the war in Vietnam, stated Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang on February 4 while commenting on a French court’s acceptance of the lawsuit filed by Tran To Nga, a French Vietnamese, against 14 US chemical companies.
Fight for justice for Vietnamese AO victims earns int’l headlines World

Fight for justice for Vietnamese AO victims earns int’l headlines

Over the past days, the international media continue running articles highlighting Vietnamese-French Tran To Nga’s lawsuit against 14 multinational companies for producing and selling chemical toxins used by the US army in the war in Vietnam, which have destroyed the environment and affected the health of generations of Vietnamese people.
Vietnamese-French women’s AO lawsuit wins public support in France World

Vietnamese-French women’s AO lawsuit wins public support in France

Hundreds of people gathered in Paris on January 30 to show their support for Vietnamese Agent Orange/dioxine victims after a litigation session of the Crown Court of Evry city for the case filled by Vietnamese-French woman Tran To Nga against 14 multinational companies for producing and selling chemical toxins sprayed by US forces in the war in Vietnam.