Rusting Assassins

It is nearly 40 years since the end of the American War in Vietnam, but its legacy remains in the form of unexploded bombs, mines and artillery.

It is nearly 40 years since the end of the American War in Vietnam, but its legacy remains in the form of unexploded bombs, mines and artillery. This ordnance has killed more than 100,000 people since 1975, so could the US do more to help? Rusting Assassins speaks to those who still live with the consequences of the war in Quang Tri province.

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