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New phase starts in Vietnam war weapons clearance

Vietnamese and Americans on Friday began the next phase of clearing hundreds of thousands of tons of unexploded Vietnam War ordnance and landmines that still kill and wound people more than 30 years after the conflict ended. An expert group from each country signed an agreement a week before U.S. President George W. Bush is due to make an official visit to Vietnam and attend an Asia-Pacific summit in Hanoi. Full Story

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