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  • Larry Johnson, an American who moved to Vietnam, grills hot dogs at a Fourth of July party in Da Nang, Vietnam, July 4, 2015. A visit this week by the leader of Vietnam's Communist Party to the White House is seen in Vietnam and in the United States as a significant statement on the establishment of diplomatic relations. (Christian Berg/The New York Times)
    U.S., Vietnam forge new friendships

    DA NANG, Vietnam — The American and Vietnamese war veterans, former enemies, sat together at wooden picnic tables eating hamburgers and chili while Creedence Clearwater Revival played in the background. Do Hung Luan, a former Viet Cong fighter who was imprisoned and tortured for nine years by America’s South Vietnamese allies, ate a burger and

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