A group of Americans who fought in the Vietnam war make a pilgrimage to where they faced down the enemy 50 years ago – with the former enemy ready to welcome them.
The renowned photographer David Douglas, whose pictures of the plight of soldiers in Korea and Vietnam helped change the role of war photography, has died at the age of 102. Douglas also famously caught Picasso on film.
The mass murder of civilians at the hands of US troops in a South Vietnamese village in 1968 made My Lai a byword for American war atrocities and forced the US to look inward. What impact does its legacy have today?
On December 17, 1967, Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt went for a swim at an isolated south coast beach and was never seen again. Fifty years on, conspiracy theories surrounding his disappearance still abound.
Khai was the architect of Vietnam's Business Law, which transformed the economy by creating a private sector. He was also Vietnam's first postwar leader to pay an official visit to Washington.
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