Tran Duc Nghia 39, watches as his mother talks about his condition at their home in Da Nang, Vietnam. 75-year-old Hoang Thi Te worries who will take care of her children when she is gone. She wishes the U.S. military would have made a weapon that would have killed her children right away, instead of leaving to suffer decades later.
Tran Duc Nghia 39, watches as his mother talks about his condition at their home in Da Nang, Vietnam. 75-year-old Hoang Thi Te worries who will take care of her children when she is gone. She wishes the U.S. military would have made a weapon that would have killed her children right away, instead of leaving to suffer decades later. MCT
Tran Duc Nghia 39, watches as his mother talks about his condition at their home in Da Nang, Vietnam. 75-year-old Hoang Thi Te worries who will take care of her children when she is gone. She wishes the U.S. military would have made a weapon that would have killed her children right away, instead of leaving to suffer decades later. MCT

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