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  Wartime Ordnance Explosion Severely Injures Ethnic Coffee Farmer Near Former U.S. Marine Base At Khe Sanh
Khe Sanh, Quang Tri Province (15 April 2014) – Coffee drinkers love Vietnam’s Arabica coffee grown at Khe Sanh, a former battleground in the central province of Quang Tri. But they probably don’t know that to grow one of the best coffee beans in Vietnam, indigenous farmers face a deadly legacy of unexploded ordnance (UXO) even though the fighting ended nearly 40 years ago. Yesterday that legacy kept on giving....[see more]
  Behind Prison Walls, Inmates Get Reprieve From Added Sentence of Dangerous Munitions
Quang Tri Province, like every other province in Viet Nam, has a prison camp. It houses lawbreakers who have been convicted of crimes ranging from petty theft to drug dealing, assault, even murder. Though conditions are humane, life without freedom is not easy. However, inside the prison walls, inmates at least have assumed that their daily lives and work routines were safe. Until more than a month ago...[see more]
  New Knowledge Gives Confidence To Resident That They Can Be Safe From UXO
Cam Lo Townlet, Quang Tri (10 April 2014) – It was an early morning in March when Duong Van Thanh, father of a 6-month-old daughter, was walking through his family's garden bordered by an expanse of green rice fields. Jumping over an irrigation ditch, Thanh suddenly spied two cluster bombs that were half hidden by dirt and water...[see more]

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