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40 years after the end of the war, “Agent Orange” continues to poison

Almost 40 years after the end of the war in Vietnam, about 60,000 adults and more than 200,000 children still suffer from “Agent Orange”. Congenital defects, cancer, physical and mental handicaps represent a majority of the cases; the consequence of being exposed to more than 70 million litres of defoliants of which one is the infamous “Agent Orange” that was dispersed in the center and South Vietnam from 1961 to 1971 by the American Army. An agricultural country, 20 percent of the Vietnamese land absorbed 170 kg of dioxin. Fighters on both sides were exposed; the civilian population gravely affected. This is the largest chemical war in history..

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