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Fall of Saigon Continues to Sting Vietnamese-Americans

Forty years after the fall of Saigon signaled the end of the Vietnam War, the event still stings for many Vietnamese-Americans. Hundreds of Vietnamese-Americans recently participated in a somber event to mark the 40th anniversary of the war's end by singing the anthem and waving the flag of American-backed South Vietnam. While many in the U.S.-Vietnamese community still call April 30 a “National Hatred Day,” authorities in Vietnam have mobilized thousands of people to join military...

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