Healing a Wounded Heart

BY SEAN CONNELLEY / KATY NEWTON
Since 1998, the Spiral Foundation has raised more than $1.6 million selling handmade items fashioned by disabled youth in Hue.

Healing a Wounded Heart

The Leaves Keep Falling

VIDEO BY ED KASHI/TALKING EYES MEDIA and  STILLS BY CATHERINE KARNOW
An intimate portrait of two Vietnamese families whose children are severely disabled due to exposure to Agent Orange.

Vietnam Revisited

BY THUY VU
This CBS5 Special Report explores the ongoing health impact of Agent Orange, the toxin used by US military to defoliate the jungles of Vietnam.

Unfinished Business

BY CONNIE SCHULTZ / PHOTOGRAPHS BY NICK UT
This six-part Plain Dealer Special Report examines the issues and the human side of this last legacy of the war in Vietnam.

Agent Orange: A Terrible Legacy

BY CATHERINE KARNOW
Award-winning photographer Catherine Karnow documents the day-to-day struggles of two families in Danang coping with the aftermath of Agent Orange exposure.

VTimes Agent Orange Reports

BY DUC HA / HENRY LIEM
In 2010, VTimes, a San Jose-based Vietnamese-language newspaper, published a series of articles and columns about Agent Orange in Vietnam.

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The Forgotten Ones

BY K. OANH HA
Vietnam says more than 3 million people suffer from disabilities and cancers due to the Agent Orange sprayed during the Vietnam War.

The Forgotten Ones, by K. Oanh Ha
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