Repairing the damage caused by Agent Orange
Four decades after the end of the Vietnam War, it is believed three million people inside the country are suffering from the effects of Agent Orange, a herbicide used by the American military to uncover places the enemy could hide.
Now the US is helping to pay for a solution that would clean up the soil that still contains the toxic compound.
The BBC's Karishma Vaswani reports from Danang.
- 24 July 2013
- BBC News