Politics

VUFO leader welcomes US religious officials

President of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organisations (Vu Xuan Hong has expressed the hope that the US inter-religious delegation will have more activities to help Vietnam address the war aftermaths.
Society

Forum talks rehabilitation for AO victims

Hundreds of scientists, administrators and Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims attended a forum to exchange experiences of rehabilitation for victims of toxic chemicals in Hanoi on May 25.
Tour betters US people’s understanding about AO aftermaths Society

Tour betters US people’s understanding about AO aftermaths

A recent visit by a delegation of Vietnamese AO victims has helped the Vietnamese community in the US as well as US parliamentarians and students have a more comprehensive understanding about the aftermaths of Agent Orange/dioxin for humans and the environment in Vietnam.
Society

French musicians hold concert for AO victims

Several French musicians and singers will team up with a number of Vietnamese colleagues and child victims of Agent Orange/ dioxin to take part in a concert in Hanoi on May 7, to raise money to support children affected by the chemical.
Dow Chemical brought to task for AO negligence Society

Dow Chemical brought to task for AO negligence

A large number of social activists and US war veterans joined others in an April 18 demonstration demanding the Dow Chemical Co to take responsibility for Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims in Vietnam.
Society

AO producers lambasted for ‘hypocritical’ event

The Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) issued a statement on April 13 protesting a worldwide event to be held on April 18 sponsored by several US producers of toxic chemicals used in the American war in Vietnam.