Nguyen Dinh Gia, the father of victim Nguyen Dinh Luong, kneels in his yard in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. He said he feels sorry for the two men convicted of manslaughter as they were only trying to make a living. Photo: Reuters Nguyen Dinh Gia, the father of victim Nguyen Dinh Luong, kneels in his yard in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. He said he feels sorry for the two men convicted of manslaughter as they were only trying to make a living. Photo: Reuters
Nguyen Dinh Gia, the father of victim Nguyen Dinh Luong, kneels in his yard in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. He said he feels sorry for the two men convicted of manslaughter as they were only trying to make a living. Photo: Reuters
UK truck deaths

UK truck deaths: Vietnamese victims’ families have mixed feelings after two convicted

  • Two men were found guilty of manslaughter in a British court for the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants who died in the back of a truck
  • The father of one of the victims said he feels sorry for the men, while another said they should have given the migrants some air

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Nguyen Dinh Gia, the father of victim Nguyen Dinh Luong, kneels in his yard in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. He said he feels sorry for the two men convicted of manslaughter as they were only trying to make a living. Photo: Reuters Nguyen Dinh Gia, the father of victim Nguyen Dinh Luong, kneels in his yard in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. He said he feels sorry for the two men convicted of manslaughter as they were only trying to make a living. Photo: Reuters
Nguyen Dinh Gia, the father of victim Nguyen Dinh Luong, kneels in his yard in Ha Tinh province, Vietnam. He said he feels sorry for the two men convicted of manslaughter as they were only trying to make a living. Photo: Reuters
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