by Nguyen Thu Hien
HA NOI ‘ Le Thi Thanh’s fingers tremble while reading a document with the results of a DNA test on the remains of an unknown war martyr.
An expert from the Centre for Genetic Analysis and Technologies has concluded that the remains are from a person that has no biological relationship with Thanh.
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