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February 12, 1988
A 16-year-old Amerasian girl brought to the United States by Vietnam veteran Barry Huntoon said that he is the only father she will ever recognize, even though her mother recently said Huntoon is not the father. Tran Thi Tuyet Mai, who in October came to live in the Butte County home of Huntoon, 38, told reporters her mother's disclosure will have no effect on their relationship. "I was very happy to know that my father was looking for me," Tuyet Mai said in Chico. "I was excited.
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March 20, 1996 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The FBI has halted its advertisement in Vietnamese-language newspapers that had drawn criticism from civil libertarians for asking emigres to report to the agency anyone they believed might be a spy for Hanoi, regardless of whether they had evidence. George Grotz, a spokesman for the San Francisco office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said the ad has run its course after a two-month contract with the Westminster-based Nguoi Viet Daily and another newspaper in Houston.
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NEWS
August 2, 1988
Vietnam, in a major change of policy, has said it is ready to accept "boat people" wishing to return home and to accelerate the pace of legal departures, a U.N. official said. Also, the government no longer brands as traitors and criminals those who have applied to leave the country legally, Sergio Viera de Mello, head of the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees for Asia, said.
NEWS
August 2, 1988
Vietnam, in a major change of policy, has said it is ready to accept "boat people" wishing to return home and to accelerate the pace of legal departures, a U.N. official said. Also, the government no longer brands as traitors and criminals those who have applied to leave the country legally, Sergio Viera de Mello, head of the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees for Asia, said.
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March 20, 1996 | LILY DIZON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The FBI has halted its advertisement in Vietnamese-language newspapers that had drawn criticism from civil libertarians for asking emigres to report to the agency anyone they believed might be a spy for Hanoi, regardless of whether they had evidence. George Grotz, a spokesman for the San Francisco office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said the ad has run its course after a two-month contract with the Westminster-based Nguoi Viet Daily and another newspaper in Houston.
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March 21, 1994 | TAMMERLIN DRUMMOND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Before the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Ahmet Hadzimujagic and his wife, Aida, led a charmed existence. He was a successful architect. She was a doctor. They owned a bed and breakfast in Srebrenica, then a popular resort town famous for its mineral springs.
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September 23, 2002 | MAI TRAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Few things define Southern California's Vietnamese American community more than its passionate brand of anti-Communism, on display in heated discussions along the sidewalk cafes of Little Saigon and in frequent demonstrations. That's what makes the case of Van Duc Vo different. His activism went beyond words to action, making him a folk hero to many in Little Saigon and a wanted terrorist in Vietnam. Vo, 42, of Baldwin Park, is being held in a Los Angeles jail, accused by the U.S.
NEWS
February 12, 1988
A 16-year-old Amerasian girl brought to the United States by Vietnam veteran Barry Huntoon said that he is the only father she will ever recognize, even though her mother recently said Huntoon is not the father. Tran Thi Tuyet Mai, who in October came to live in the Butte County home of Huntoon, 38, told reporters her mother's disclosure will have no effect on their relationship. "I was very happy to know that my father was looking for me," Tuyet Mai said in Chico. "I was excited.
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