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.
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.
War correspondent's memoir published Culture - Sports

War correspondent's memoir published

The memoir of a 75-year-old Vietnamese-French woman, Tran To Nga, who was correspondent for the Liberation News Agency, the predecessor of the Vietnam News Agency, was released in HCM City on August 30.