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    US Senator McCain Mourns Vietnam War Buddyi
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    July 31, 2013 6:23 PM
    The Vietnam War ended almost four decades ago. Relations between Vietnam and the U.S. appear to be growing increasingly close. But many in America, and in Vietnam, find it hard to forget the war, and the people who fought in it. One is Senator John McCain, who is mourning the loss of his comrade-in-arms, George Day. VOA's Natalie Liu has more from Washington.

    US Senator McCain Mourns Vietnam War Buddy

    Published July 31, 2013

    The Vietnam War ended almost four decades ago. Relations between Vietnam and the U.S. appear to be growing increasingly close. But many in America, and in Vietnam, find it hard to forget the war, and the people who fought in it. One is Senator John McCain, who is mourning the loss of his comrade-in-arms, George Day. VOA's Natalie Liu has more from Washington.


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