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FACES OF ORPHAN VICTIMS OF AGENT ORANGE

These are the faces of orphans suffering from the horrifying effects of chemical warfare. They were born decades after American forces sprayed the herbicide dioxin, Agent Orange, in Vietnam in the 1960s, but children living in the southern region of the country continue to battle physical deformities and mental disorders. American photographer Matt Lief Anderson, 30, travelled to an orphanage outside of Ho Chi Minh City to document the harrowing story and everyday struggles of third generation Agent Orange victims ravaged by the chemical. Abandoned by their parents, 20 children live side by side in one large room, each confined to a small metal bed with just a rug covering the metal bars.

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