24/Apr/2014 12:34 (GMT+7)
Slowly And Sweetly, Vietnam's Chocolate Industry Grows - NPR (blog)
Vietnam Measles Outbreak 'Could Have Been Prevented': WHO - Radio Free Asia
Melbourne war vet makes emotional return to Vietnam - Florida Today
Melbourne war vet makes emotional return to VietnamFlorida TodayNearly 50 years after first landing in Vietnam, Gergulis, 77, of Melbourne, recently returned on an emotional tour with other formersoldiers to the country where more than 58,000 of their countrymen died. Now Gergulis looks forward to meeting up with ...
Heroin Smuggler From America Receives Death Sentence in Vietnam - Guardian Liberty Voice
Deadly Clash Reported on Border of China and Vietnam - New York Times
Deadly Clash Reported on Border of China and VietnamNew York TimesBEIJING — Five Chinese civilians and two Vietnamese border guards died Friday during a clash between Vietnamese border guards and Chinese citizens who were trying to enter Vietnam illegally, according to official Vietnamese news reports on Friday and ...
National Servicemen who served in Vietnam War denied a campaign medal - NEWS.com.au
Students touched by Vietnam veterans' stories - Tampabay.com
Students touched by Vietnam veterans' storiesTampabay.comCaitlen and her classmates, along with students from Freedom High and Spoto High, have compiled detailed stories from Vietnam veterans in a book titled Oral Histories of the Vietnam War, Volume XV. They plan to share these accounts and properly ...
Driven by a vow, US vet returns to Vietnam to help - Deutsche Welle
Driven by a vow, US vet returns to Vietnam to helpDeutsche WelleChuck Palazzo was one of numerous Americans in Danang over the weekend as officials from his country and from Vietnam pushed a button to mark a new step in an ongoing remediation project to clean up contaminated soil at a former military airbase used ...and more »
Why We Can't Erase Vietnam From LBJ's Legacy - The Nation.
Why We Can't Erase Vietnam From LBJ's LegacyThe Nation.For this anniversary, the plan “to protect the legacy,” a term used during an insiders' session, was to control the agenda by explicitly putting aside Vietnam—which was mentioned only rarely, a passing rhetorical trip-up, a furrowing of a forehead ...and more »
Orland Named Commemorative Partner for Department of Defense Vietnam ... - Patch.com