Agent Orange (10/12)

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Le Dang Ngoc Hung, a 16 year old boy suffering from different mental and physical problems rests under mosquito net in the family house in Phuoc Thai village, outside Danang April 12, 2015. Le Dang Ngoc Hung's grandfather Le Van Dan, a former artillery soldier for the South Vietnamese army said he was exposed to the Agent Orange more than once, including being directly sprayed from the U.S. planes near his village before he joined the military. Health officials confirmed two of his grandsons are born handicapped due to his exposure to the toxic chemical defoliant Agent Orange, Le Van Dan said. Being a former soldier of the South Vietnamese army, Le Van Dan receives only a part of compensation compared to what North Vietnamese veterans get, he added.  REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
Le Dang Ngoc Hung, a 16 year old boy suffering from different mental and physical problems rests under mosquito net in the family house in Phuoc Thai village, outside Danang April 12, 2015. Le Dang Ngoc Hung's grandfather Le Van Dan, a former artillery soldier for the South Vietnamese army said he was exposed to the Agent Orange more than once, including being directly sprayed from the U.S. planes near his village before he joined the military. Health officials confirmed two of his grandsons...
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