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    Ghosts of Vietnam Haunt Assassination Probe

    The war didn’t end in 1975. Five Vietnamese-American journalists were killed in the U.S. between 1981 and 1990, their deaths probed and largely forgotten. Now new interviews and thousands of pages of FBI and CIA documents point to a U.S.-based Vietnamese group that allegedly raised money to invade their homeland and liberate it from Communist Party rule. While its members deny any involvement in the murders of the reporters who opposed their cause, victims’ loved ones hope the revelations will prompt the U.S. government to reopen the case.

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