Belgium – Vietnam Association Supports Victims of Agent Orange

Belgium – Vietnam Association Supports Victims of Agent Orange

The get-together to support victims of Agent Orange in Vietnam, held by the Belgium-Vietnam Association in Brussels, attracted the participation of the overseas Vietnamese and Belgian friends with fond feelings for Vietnam.
Tran To Nga: "As Long as I Live, I will Continue to Demand Justice for Agent Orange Victims"

Tran To Nga: "As Long as I Live, I will Continue to Demand Justice for Agent Orange Victims"

Tran To Nga, a nearly 80-year-old woman who has been fighting for Agent Orange victims for more than 10 years, shared with Vietnam Times on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Agent Orange disaster in Vietnam (August 10, 1961 - August 10, 1961).
The Evry court did not protect French citizens when it rejected Agent Orange victim lawsuit

The Evry court did not protect French citizens when it rejected Agent Orange victim lawsuit

Following are the opinions of Lawyer Quach Thanh Vinh of The Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange after the Evry Court rejected Tran To Nga’s requests on her lawsuit against U.S. chemical companies to seek justice for Agent Orange victims.
Companies producing Agent Orange still not held accountable for their wrongdoing

Companies producing Agent Orange still not held accountable for their wrongdoing

After Tran To Nga's lawsuit was dismissed by a French court, an American veteran said that things would continue until chemical companies as well as the government were held accountable for their wrongdoings.
Korea-Vietnam Peace Foundation supports justice for Agent Orange, unethical war crimes

Korea-Vietnam Peace Foundation supports justice for Agent Orange, unethical war crimes

The foundation confirmed its support for victims of Agent Orange to sue a series of U.S. chemical companies due to their role in providing the chemical in the Vietnam War
French court rejected Tran To Nga's lawsuit based on outdated definition

French court rejected Tran To Nga's lawsuit based on outdated definition

This is the view of the lawyers who accompanied Tran To Nga right after the French court turned down her requests for justice for the Agent Orange/dioxin victims.
Agent Orange victims - Fighting for justice

Agent Orange victims - Fighting for justice

Tran To Nga, 79, owning Vietnamese and French nationalities, suffering illness due to Agent Orange chemicals. In the past decades, overcoming the pain, difficulties, and countless obstacles, she has persistently demanded justice for thousands of Agent Orange/dioxin victims.
Swiss Party of Labour voices solidarity with Vietnamese AO victims

Swiss Party of Labour voices solidarity with Vietnamese AO victims

The Swiss Party of Labour has expressed its solidarity with Vietnamese-French woman Tran To Nga and all Agent Orange victims of Vietnam after a French court rejected Nga’s lawsuit seeking justice for the victims.
Spokesperson: US firms accountable to Vietnamese AO victims

Spokesperson: US firms accountable to Vietnamese AO victims

US companies that manufactured the toxic Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin defoliant used by US forces during the war in Vietnam must take responsibility for dealing with the consequences, the Vietnamese Ministry of Foreign Affairs' spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang said on May 13.
Vietnam association for AO victims backs Tran To Nga’s lawsuit

Vietnam association for AO victims backs Tran To Nga’s lawsuit

The Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange (VAVA) backs Tran To Nga’s viewpoint and will provide both spiritual and material support for the Vietnamese-French woman to continue pursuing her lawsuit, Senior Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Rinh, VAVA President said.
French court rejects Vietnamese woman’s claim in landmark Agent Orange lawsuit

French court rejects Vietnamese woman’s claim in landmark Agent Orange lawsuit

A French court on May 10 dismissed a case by an elderly French-Vietnamese woman against several agrochemical companies over the use by the US military of Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.
Agent Orange lawsuit: A plaintiff one million victims

Agent Orange lawsuit: A plaintiff one million victims

Ton Nu Thi Ninh, Vice President of the Vietnam Peace Committee and President of the HCM City Peace and Development Foundation under the city's Union of Friendship Organisations (HUFO), stressed the must for persistence of a lawsuit against the US companies that provided the chemical toxins used by the US army during the war in Vietnam.
Vietnam supports Agent Orange victims’ fight for justice

Vietnam supports Agent Orange victims’ fight for justice

Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang on February 4 made comment on a French court’s acceptance of the lawsuit filed by Tran To Nga, a French Vietnamese woman, against 14 multinational companies for producing and selling chemical toxins used by the US army in the war in Vietnam, which have destroyed the environment and affected the health of generations of Vietnamese people.
French-Vietnamese woman's Agent Orange lawsuit wins activists' support

French-Vietnamese woman's Agent Orange lawsuit wins activists' support

Hundreds of activists gathered in Paris on January 30 to show their support for Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO)/dioxine victims after a litigation session of the Crown Court of Evry city for the case filled by Vietnamese-French woman Tran To Nga against 14 companies for producing and selling chemical toxins sprayed by US forces in the war in Vietnam.
Trial of lawsuit against US AO/Dioxin producers grabs headlines

Trial of lawsuit against US AO/Dioxin producers grabs headlines

Several newspapers have been reporting on a lawsuit filed by Vietnamese-French national Tran Thi To Nga against 14 multinational companies for their role in producing and selling chemical toxins that were sprayed by the United States army in the war in Vietnam.
Vietnam Association of Victims of AO/dioxin expresses support to AO victim’s lawsuit

Vietnam Association of Victims of AO/dioxin expresses support to AO victim’s lawsuit

President of the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin (VAVA) Nguyen Van Rinh has sent a letter expressing support for Vietnamese-French Tran Thi To Nga who had filed a lawsuit against 26 US chemical companies that produced the chemical toxins sprayed by the US army in the war in Vietnam.
Vietnamese expats, France-based organization raise USD 6,400 for AO victims

Vietnamese expats, France-based organization raise USD 6,400 for AO victims

Nearly 50 volunteers, mostly young Vietnamese expatriates in France cooperated with the French Vietnam Dioxin Association (Collectif Vietnam Dioxine) hosted an online programme garnering support for Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin.
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The 9th America's Arms: Spreading The Faith Overseas Vietnamese

The 9th America's Arms: Spreading The Faith

Association of Vietnamese Students and Professionals in the United States (AVSPUS), in collaboration with Vietnamese Youth and Student Association in Texas, shall co-organize the series of events named "The 9th America's Arms" (Vong tay nuoc My) in December in Dallas, Texas (USA). It is known as the year-end meeting for Vietnamese youth and students in the US.
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