US Begins Historic Clean Up of 'Agent...

US Begins Historic Clean Up of 'Agent Orange' in Vietnam

There are 3 comments on the Voice of America story from Aug 3, 2012, titled US Begins Historic Clean Up of 'Agent Orange' in Vietnam. In it, Voice of America reports that:

The United States next week in Vietnam will begin cleaning up leftover deposits of the toxic chemical dioxin from the herbicide Agent Orange sprayed by U.S. forces on vegetation during the Vietnam War.

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#1 Aug 3, 2012
can't guarantee it,,.

too much to bear about,,.

just talk to calm the media,, but the realities is .

is it impossible,,

Las Vegas, NV

#2 Aug 4, 2012
It's about time America do something right.
the wars no one wanted


#3 Aug 4, 2012
Vinamese wrote:
It's about time America do something right.

you are still stupid nut rats,,.

who ever offer for you a good shit,,. then you all will calling them SIR,,MASTER,,.

after that then they phacker your people.. like them THEM CHINA,,FRANCE,,AMERICUNT,,.

you seen it didn't you ?

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