People in Laos still dying from unexploded bombs from the Indochina war
And as long as we're talking about wars and rumors of wars, a little Footnote to all that:
On January 25, the US announced it was considering increasing its financial aid to help Laos clear its countryside of unexploded bombs dating back to the Indochina War.
Such bombs still kill about 50 Laotians a year more than 40 years after the official "end" of the war.
I sometimes wonder how we live with ourselves until I remember that it's because we don't think about it.
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