. Vietnam & The U.S.

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The United States and Vietnam are close to normalizing elations two decades after the end of the Vietnam War. NPR's Ted Clark takes a ook at the evolution of this tense relationship since the fall of Saigon, and eports on how the U.S. continued it "war" against Vietnam long after the April 0th pull-out twenty years ago today.



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