Natalie Choy

Natalie Choy

Natalie Choy is a former intern sports reporter at The Straits Times. She is currently stringing for The Business Times and AFP and also does editorial work for tech and healthcare companies.

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For scrap metal collectors, US-Vietnam war bombs are still a source of life and death

More than 40 years after the Vietnam war ended, unexploded ordnance still litters Quang Tri province – providing a source of income for those willing to risk life and limb to look for it.

More than 40 years after the Vietnam war ended, unexploded ordnance still litters Quang Tri province – providing a source of income for those willing to risk life and limb to look for it.

For scrap metal collectors, US-Vietnam war bombs are still a source of life and death
10 Jun 2019 - 9:57AM
‘I hope my son dies before me’: 44 years after US-Vietnam war, Agent Orange victims are treating brain damage with painkillers

The market for low-cost painkillers is ballooning as poverty-stricken victims of the US military’s toxic herbicide search for relief.

The market for low-cost painkillers is ballooning as poverty-stricken victims of the US military’s toxic herbicide search for relief.

‘I hope my son dies before me’: 44 years after US-Vietnam war, Agent Orange victims are treating brain damage with painkillers
10 Jun 2019 - 9:54AM
Vietnam war: 44 years on, birth defects from America’s Agent Orange are increasing

More than 40 years on from the Vietnam war, infants are being born with birth defects linked to Agent Orange, but US courts remain unsatisfied with evidence indicating a connection.

More than 40 years on from the Vietnam war, infants are being born with birth defects linked to Agent Orange, but US courts remain unsatisfied with evidence indicating a connection.

Vietnam war: 44 years on, birth defects from America’s Agent Orange are increasing
10 Jun 2019 - 9:52AM