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A former soldier Do Duc Diu prays at the cemetery where twelve of his children are buried after showing it to reporters near his house in Quang Binh Province in central Vietnam April 11, 2015. Twelve of his fifteen children already died of illnesses family and doctors link to father's exposure to the Agent Orange. Do Duc Diu served as a North Vietnamese soldier in early 70s in the areas already heavily contaminated by the Agent Orange but only found out about its dangers before his last child was born in 1994. He said that if he had known about the possible effects of the Agent Orange he would not have children. Before he found out about the Agent Orange issue, Do Duc Diu and his wife visited many spiritual leaders and prayed at different shrines linking sickens of their children to the ill fated destiny.  REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
A former soldier Do Duc Diu prays at the cemetery where twelve of his children are buried after showing it to reporters near his house in Quang Binh Province in central Vietnam April 11, 2015. Twelve of his fifteen children already died of illnesses family and doctors link to father's exposure to the Agent Orange. Do Duc Diu served as a North Vietnamese soldier in early 70s in the areas already heavily contaminated by the Agent Orange but only found out about its dangers before his last child...
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