Friday, June 6, 2008

Laos: Legacy of a War













Foreign Policy:

The toll of war: A woman in the village of Na Phat rings a U.S. bombshell used as a bell outside a small primary school. During the war in Vietnam, U.S. airstrikes turned neighboring Laos into the world’s most heavily bombed country per capita.

4 comments:

alansmitheejp said...

It's trouble! War make nothing!!
May 18, did bomb disposal in Tokyo. that was World War II bomb.
Area of 500m in radius, 16 thousand people went backward the time.
Japan is really a few situation but many people get stress.
I can't imagine their situation.
They have lots of bomb affected everyday life.
I wonder children are damaged continuing.

John M. said...

Hi Alan,

I agree.

I hope that one day there will be no more war. There is so much else to do.

john salisbury said...

I wonder children are damaged continuing.

Repeated, for emphasis.

John M. said...

Good eye