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CAMBODIA-POLITICS/DEMOCRACY
RTS1IHM2
November 05, 2017
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, smiles at...
Battambang, Cambodia
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, smiles at...
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, smiles at her office after an interview with Reuters in Battambang province, Cambodia, October 11, 2017. Picture taken on October 11, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-POLITICS/DEMOCRACY
RTS1IHM1
November 05, 2017
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Chan Pov Rozet, gestures...
Battambang, Cambodia
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, gestures...
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Chan Pov Rozet, gestures during an interview with Reuters in Battambang province, Cambodia, October 11, 2017. Picture taken on October 11, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-POLITICS/DEMOCRACY
RTS1IHM0
November 05, 2017
A man uses a smartphone to take photo of a sign of opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP)...
Battambang, Cambodia
A man uses a smartphone to take photo of a sign of opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP)...
A man uses a smartphone to take photo of a sign of opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) along a street to Battambang Province, Cambodia, October 11, 2017. Picture taken on October 11, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-POLITICS/DEMOCRACY
RTS1IHLY
November 05, 2017
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Chan Pov Rozet, smiles...
Battambang, Cambodia
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, smiles during...
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Chan Pov Rozet, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Battambang province, Cambodia, October 11, 2017. Picture taken on October 11, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-POLITICS/DEMOCRACY
RTS1IHLW
November 05, 2017
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, smiles during...
Battambang, Cambodia
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, smiles during...
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, smiles during an interview with Reuters at her office in Battambang province, Cambodia, October 11, 2017. Picture taken on October 11, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-POLITICS/DEMOCRACY
RTS1IHLU
November 05, 2017
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, walks out...
Battambang, Cambodia
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, walks out...
O'Cha Commune chief from opposition party Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) Sin Rozeth, walks out of her office after an interview with Reuters in Battambang province, Cambodia, October 11, 2017. Picture taken on October 11, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT
RTR49WCM
October 12, 2014
Battambang police chief Brigadier General Sar Theth poses with notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million...
Battambang, Cambodia
Battambang police chief Brigadier General Sar Theth poses with notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million...
Battambang police chief Brigadier General Sar Theth poses with notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills, in Battambang September 30, 2014. Cambodian police seized the fake notes on September 19 near the border with Thailand, the largest seizure of fake U.S. notes in Southeast Asia for about a decade and the biggest ever in Cambodia. Picture taken September 30, 2014. To match CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT REUTERS/Andrew RC Marshall (CAMBODIA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT
RTR49WCL
October 12, 2014
Notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills are pictured in Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
Notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills are pictured in Battambang...
Notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills are pictured in Battambang September 30, 2014. Cambodian police seized the fake notes on September 19 near the border with Thailand, the largest seizure of fake U.S. notes in Southeast Asia for about a decade and the biggest ever in Cambodia. Picture taken September 30, 2014. To match CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT REUTERS/Andrew RC Marshall (CAMBODIA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT
RTR49WCK
October 12, 2014
Police and court officials examine notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar...
Battambang, Cambodia
Police and court officials examine notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar...
Police and court officials examine notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills, in Battambang September 30, 2014. Cambodian police seized the fake notes on September 19 near the border with Thailand, the largest seizure of fake U.S. notes in Southeast Asia for about a decade and the biggest ever in Cambodia. Picture taken September 30, 2014. To match CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT REUTERS/Andrew RC Marshall (CAMBODIA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT
RTR49WCI
October 12, 2014
Police and court officials examine notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar...
Battambang, Cambodia
Police and court officials examine notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar...
Police and court officials examine notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills, in Battambang September 30, 2014. Cambodian police seized the fake notes on September 19 near the border with Thailand, the largest seizure of fake U.S. notes in Southeast Asia for about a decade and the biggest ever in Cambodia. Picture taken September 30, 2014. To match CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT REUTERS/Andrew RC Marshall (CAMBODIA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT
RTR49WCH
October 12, 2014
A court official examines notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills,...
Battambang, Cambodia
A court official examines notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills,...
A court official examines notes from a seized haul of $7.16 million in counterfeit hundred-dollar bills, in Battambang September 30, 2014. Cambodian police seized the fake notes on September 19 near the border with Thailand, the largest seizure of fake U.S. notes in Southeast Asia for about a decade and the biggest ever in Cambodia. Picture taken September 30, 2014. To match CAMBODIA-CRIME/COUNTERFEIT REUTERS/Andrew RC Marshall (CAMBODIA - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBN9L
February 15, 2009
Va Young, a 50-year-old man, makes bamboo floors in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15,...
Battambang, Cambodia
Va Young makes bamboo floors in western Cambodia's Battambang province
Va Young, a 50-year-old man, makes bamboo floors in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15, 2009. Young, who makes under $5 per-day, lost his leg to a landmine in 1990 while fighting with the Khmer Rouge, he said. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBN9K
February 15, 2009
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, stands outside his hut in western Cambodia's Battambang province...
Battambang, Cambodia
Put Koon stands outside his hut in western Cambodia's Battambang province
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, stands outside his hut in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15, 2009. Koon lost his leg to a landmine in 1991 while fighting with the Khmer Rouge, he said. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBN9F
February 15, 2009
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, walks past his cattle on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
Put Koon walks past his cattle on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang province
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, walks past his cattle on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15, 2009. Koon lost his leg to a landmine in 1991 while fighting with the Khmer Rouge, he said. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBN9C
February 15, 2009
Va Young, a 50-year-old man, makes bamboo floors for huts in western Cambodia's Battambang province February...
Battambang, Cambodia
Va Young makes bamboo floors for huts in western Cambodia's Battambang province
Va Young, a 50-year-old man, makes bamboo floors for huts in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15, 2009. Young, who makes under $5 per-day, lost his leg to a landmine in 1990 while fighting with the Khmer Rouge, he said. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBN9B
February 15, 2009
Va Young, a 50-year-old man, trims bamboo for making huts in western Cambodia's Battambang province February...
Battambang, Cambodia
Va Young trims bamboo for making huts in western Cambodia's Battambang province
Va Young, a 50-year-old man, trims bamboo for making huts in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15, 2009. Young, who makes under $5 per day, lost his leg to a landmine in 1990 while fighting with the Khmer Rouge, he said. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBN94
February 15, 2009
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, stands nearby his cattle on his farmland in western Cambodia's...
Battambang, Cambodia
Put Koon stands nearby his cattle on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang province
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, stands nearby his cattle on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15, 2009. Koon lost his leg to a landmine in 1991 while fighting with the Khmer Rouge, he said. On February 17 Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBN91
February 15, 2009
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, walks on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang province...
Battambang, Cambodia
Put Koon walks on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang province
Put Koon, a 45-year-old Cambodian man, walks on his farmland in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 15, 2009. Koon lost his leg to a landmine in 1991 while fighting with the Khmer Rouge, he said. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBMIP
February 14, 2009
A woman stands outside a disco in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Adrees...
Battambang, Cambodia
A woman stands outside a disco in Cambodia's western city Battambang
A woman stands outside a disco in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBMIL
February 14, 2009
A couple talk inside a hall after a wedding reception in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February...
Battambang, Cambodia
A couple talk inside a hall after a wedding reception in Cambodia's western city Battambang
A couple talk inside a hall after a wedding reception in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 14, 2009. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJCS
February 12, 2009
A landmine victim stands in the cafeteria of a school in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February...
Battambang, Cambodia
A landmine victim stands in the cafeteria of a school in Cambodia's western city Battambang
A landmine victim stands in the cafeteria of a school in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJCP
February 12, 2009
A landmine victim rests his foot on a ball in the courtyard of a school for landmine and polio victims...
Battambang, Cambodia
A landmine victim rests his foot on a ball in the courtyard of a school for landmine and polio victims...
A landmine victim rests his foot on a ball in the courtyard of a school for landmine and polio victims in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJCJ
February 12, 2009
Ratana, a 12-year-old Cambodian boy who lost an eye, arm and two fingers to a landmine, poses in front...
Battambang, Cambodia
Ratana, a 12-year-old Cambodian boy who lost an eye, arm and two fingers to a landmine, poses in front...
Ratana, a 12-year-old Cambodian boy who lost an eye, arm and two fingers to a landmine, poses in front of a chalkboard in a school for landmine and polio victims in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJCE
February 12, 2009
A man wearing prosthetics sweeps near a man on crutches in the courtyard of a school for landmine and...
Battambang, Cambodia
A man wearing prosthetics sweeps near a man on crutches in the courtyard of a school for landmine and...
A man wearing prosthetics sweeps near a man on crutches in the courtyard of a school for landmine and polio victims in Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0S
February 12, 2009


Land mines and unexploded ordnance sit displayed in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's...
Battambang, Cambodia
Land mines and unexploded ordnance sit displayed in a land-mine field in Cambodia


Land mines and unexploded ordnance sit displayed in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0P
February 12, 2009
A woman holding a metal-detector is silhouetted in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western...
Battambang, Cambodia
A woman holding a metal-detector is silhouetted in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western...
A woman holding a metal-detector is silhouetted in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0M
February 12, 2009
A man holds a metal-detector in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
A man holds a metal-detector in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
A man holds a metal-detector in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0K
February 12, 2009
A man surveys an area after detonating a land-mine in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
A man surveys an area after detonating a land-mine in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
A man surveys an area after detonating a land-mine in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0G
February 12, 2009
Personnel prepare to detonate a land-mine in a field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
Personnel prepare to detonate a land-mine in a field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Personnel prepare to detonate a land-mine in a field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0F
February 12, 2009
A red sign warning of mines rests in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
A red sign warning of mines rests in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
A red sign warning of mines rests in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0D
February 12, 2009
A woman carries a metal detector in an area being de-mined in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city...
Battambang, Cambodia
A woman carries a metal detector in an area being de-mined in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city...
A woman carries a metal detector in an area being de-mined in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0C
February 12, 2009
A man prepares to trim grass in an area to be de-mined in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
A man prepares to trim grass in an area to be de-mined in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
A man prepares to trim grass in an area to be de-mined in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ04
February 12, 2009
Unexploded ordnance sit displayed in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia
Unexploded ordnance sit displayed in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang...
Unexploded ordnance sit displayed in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ01
February 12, 2009
A woman rehearses de-mining techniques in a land mine field in the outskirts of Battambang on February...
Battambang, Cambodia
A woman rehearses de-mining techniques in a land mine field in the outskirts of Battambang
A woman rehearses de-mining techniques in a land mine field in the outskirts of Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBIZX
February 12, 2009
A woman holds a metal detector while clearing a mine field in the outskirts of Battambang on February...
Battambang, Cambodia
A woman holds a metal detector while clearing a mine field in the outskirts of Battambang
A woman holds a metal detector while clearing a mine field in the outskirts of Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBHRF
February 11, 2009
Vanvoo, a 64-year-old man who lives near the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau, smokes in one of its several...
Battambang, Cambodia
Man who lives near the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau smokes in one of its several caves
Vanvoo, a 64-year-old man who lives near the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau, smokes in one of its several caves February 11, 2009. About 10,000 are believed to be sent to their deaths in the hilltop caves in Cambodia's Battambang province, the site to one of the many "killing fields" in Cambodia. On February 17 Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBHQV
February 11, 2009
A visitor photographs near a glass stupa memorial containing thousands of human bones and skulls of people...
Battambang, Cambodia
A visitor photographs near a glass stupa memorial in Battambang Province
A visitor photographs near a glass stupa memorial containing thousands of human bones and skulls of people killed on the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau in Cambodia's Battambang Province February 11, 2009. About 10,000 are believed to be sent to their deaths in the hilltop caves, the site to one of the many "killing fields" in Cambodia. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBHGS
February 11, 2009
A man rests on a bench at the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau in Battambang Province February 11, 2009. ...
Battambang, Cambodia
A man rests on a bench at the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau in Battambang Province
A man rests on a bench at the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau in Battambang Province February 11, 2009. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBHGD
February 11, 2009
Visitors look at a glass stupa memorial containing thousands of skulls and human bones of people killed...
Battambang, Cambodia
Visitors look at a glass stupa memorial in Cambodia's Battambang Province
Visitors look at a glass stupa memorial containing thousands of skulls and human bones of people killed on the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau in Cambodia's Battambang Province February 11, 2009. About 10,000 are believed to be sent to their deaths in the hilltop caves, the site to one of the many "killing fields" in Cambodia. On February 17 Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBHG8
February 11, 2009
A visitor photographs near a glass stupa memorial containing thousands of skulls and human bones of people...
Battambang, Cambodia
A visitor photographs near a glass stupa memorial in Cambodia's Battambang Province
A visitor photographs near a glass stupa memorial containing thousands of skulls and human bones of people killed on the summit of Wat Phnom Sampeau in Cambodia's Battambang Province February 11, 2009. About 10,000 are believed to be sent to their deaths in the hilltop caves, the site to one of the many "killing fields" in Cambodia. On February 17, Cambodia's UN-backed genocide tribunal will try the first of five Khmer Rouge leaders blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people in the 1970s. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
MAGDESKTRAVEL
RTX5H05
May 09, 2008
A jeweller sets precious gems in a piece of jewellery at a market in Battambang December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Emma...
Battambang, Cambodia
A jeweller sets precious gems in a piece of jewellery at a market
A jeweller sets precious gems in a piece of jewellery at a market in Battambang December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Emma Goh (CAMBODIA)
MAGDESKTRAVEL
RTR20BI7
May 09, 2008
A jeweller sets precious gems in a piece of jewellery at a market in Battambang December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Emma...
Battambang, Cambodia
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A jeweller sets precious gems in a piece of jewellery at a market in Battambang December 6, 2007. REUTERS/Emma Goh (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR1XD54
February 21, 2008
Spain's Queen Sofia waves upon her arrival at a Catholic prefecture centre in Battambang, 290 km (180...
Battambang, Cambodia
Spain's Queen Sofia waves upon her arrival at a Catholic prefecture centre in Battambang
Spain's Queen Sofia waves upon her arrival at a Catholic prefecture centre in Battambang, 290 km (180 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February during 21, 2008. Queen Sofia is in Cambodia for a four-day state visit. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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RTR1XD4F
February 21, 2008
Spain's Queen Sofia (L, standing) smiles near visually impaired school children during her visit to a...
Battambang, Cambodia
Spain's Queen Sofia smiles near visually impaired school children during her visit to a Catholic prefecture...
Spain's Queen Sofia (L, standing) smiles near visually impaired school children during her visit to a Catholic prefecture centre in Battambang, 290 km (180 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 21, 2008. Queen Sofia is in Cambodia for a four-day state visit. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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RTR1XD0W
February 21, 2008
Spain's Queen Sofia (C) receives a bouquet of flowers from a disabled girl during the queen's visit to...
Battambang, Cambodia
Spain's Queen Sofia receives bouquet of flowers from disabled girl during the queen's visit to a Catholic...
Spain's Queen Sofia (C) receives a bouquet of flowers from a disabled girl during the queen's visit to a Catholic prefecture centre in Battambang, 290 km (180 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 21, 2008. Queen Sofia is in Cambodia for a four-day state visit. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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RTR1XD0N
February 21, 2008
Spain's Queen Sofia (L) watches a technician demonstrate a demining process at Cambodia Mine Action Centre...
Battambang, Cambodia
Spain's Queen Sofia watches technician demonstrate demining process at Cambodia Mine Action Centre (CMAC)...
Spain's Queen Sofia (L) watches a technician demonstrate a demining process at Cambodia Mine Action Centre (CMAC) in Battambang province, 290 km (180 miles) northwest of of Phnom Penh February 20, 2008. Queen Sofia is in Cambodia for a four-day state visit. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR1XD0M
February 21, 2008
Spain's Queen Sofia (L) watches a technician demonstrate a demining process at Cambodia Mine Action Centre...
Battambang, Cambodia
Spain's Queen Sofia watches technician demonstrate demining process at CMAC in Battambang province
Spain's Queen Sofia (L) watches a technician demonstrate a demining process at Cambodia Mine Action Centre (CMAC) in Battambang province, 290 km (180 miles) northwest of of Phnom Penh February 20, 2008. Queen Sofia is in Cambodia for a four-day state visit. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR1XCYE
February 21, 2008
Spain's Queen Sofia looks at a disabled child during her visit to a Catholic prefecture center in Battambang,...
Battambang, Cambodia
Spain's Queen Sofia looks at a disabled child during her visit to a Catholic prefecture center in Battambang...
Spain's Queen Sofia looks at a disabled child during her visit to a Catholic prefecture center in Battambang, about 290km (180 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 21, 2008. Queen Sofia is in Cambodia for a four-day state visit. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA
RTRD63Q
February 19, 2004
San Smey, 4, eats a piece of roasted rat in the provincial town of Battambang, 290 km (181 miles) northwest...
Battambang, Cambodia
A YOUNG GIRL EATS A PIECE OF ROASTED RAT IN BATTAMBANG, NORTHWEST OF PHNOM PENH.
San Smey, 4, eats a piece of roasted rat in the provincial town of Battambang, 290 km (181 miles) northwest of the capital Phnom Penh February 19, 2004. With meat-eaters shying away from chicken because of the deadly bird flu virus rampant across Asia, sales of rat are rocketing in the impoverished southeast Asian nation. Pictures of the month February 2004 REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea ED/SH
PXP314D
RTR3Y2H
September 30, 2003
Muny Vansaveth chats to a sick monk in a clinic in Battambang September
22, 2003. Vansaneth provides...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
MUNY VANSAVETH CHATS TO A SICK MONK IN A CLINIC IN BATTAMBANG.
Muny Vansaveth chats to a sick monk in a clinic in Battambang September
22, 2003. Vansaneth provides assistance to all the monks in Battambang
and hopes to teach all of Cambodia's pagodas how to provide AIDS and
drug education. REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153 CAMBODIA

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PXP300D
RTR3Y17
September 30, 2003
Monk Muny embraces Kakakda in Battambang Septembver 20, 2003. Muny has
been looking after Kakakda since...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
MONK MUNY EMBRACES KAKAKDA IN BATTAMBANG.
Monk Muny embraces Kakakda in Battambang Septembver 20, 2003. Muny has
been looking after Kakakda since birth, and with the help of a 101
year-old lady who helps around at Wat Norea, Kakakda has a real family
at the orphanage. REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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September 22, 2003
Kakakda eats heartily at a clinic in Battambang September 22, 2003.
Monk Muny takes the little boy,...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
KAKAKDA EATS AT A CLINIC IN BATTAMBANG.
Kakakda eats heartily at a clinic in Battambang September 22, 2003.
Monk Muny takes the little boy, who has adopted his name, to the clinic
almost daily for tuberculosis treatment. REUTERS/Thomas White
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RTR3Y7V
September 22, 2003
The monks at Wat Norea walk to collect donated food from the surrounding
villages in Battambang September...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
THE MONKS AT WAT NOREA WALK TO COLLECT DONATED FOOD FROM THE
SURROUNDING VILLAGES IN BATTAMBANG.
The monks at Wat Norea walk to collect donated food from the surrounding
villages in Battambang September 22, 2003. Most of the food and clothing
used by the orphans is donated by villagers in return for advice and
education from the monks. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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September 22, 2003
Kakakda has a check-up at a clinic in Battambang September 22, 2003.
With an estimated 30,000 orphans...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
KAKAKDA HAS A CHECK-UP AT A CLINIC IN BATTAMBANG.
Kakakda has a check-up at a clinic in Battambang September 22, 2003.
With an estimated 30,000 orphans to AIDS, Cambodia is facing another
crisis. The Wat Norea orphanage is the only pagoda in Cambodia that
accepts AIDS orphans and can only hope to provide a home to a fraction
of the orphans. REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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RTR3Y4I
September 22, 2003
Venerable Muny Vansaveth hands-out leaflets promoting safe sex and
hygiene in a village in Battambang...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
VENERABLE MUNY VANSAVETH HANDS OUT LEAFLETS PROMOTING SAFE SEX AND
HYGIENE IN A VILLAGE IN BATTAMBANG....
Venerable Muny Vansaveth hands-out leaflets promoting safe sex and
hygiene in a village in Battambang September 22, 2003. The monk travels
to all the villages in his region to educate people on AIDS and the
dangers of drug abuse and child prostitution. He has helped many AIDS
victims overcome the stigma that was once attached to being infected
with the deadly disease. REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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September 22, 2003
Monk Muny and Kakakda sit in a Battambang clinic waiting for an IV drip
September 22, 2003. With an...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
MONK MUNY AND KAKAKDA SIT IN A BATTAMBANG CLINIC WAITING FOR AN IV
DRIP.
Monk Muny and Kakakda sit in a Battambang clinic waiting for an IV drip
September 22, 2003. With an estimated 30,000 orphans to AIDS, Cambodia
is facing another crisis. The Wat Norea orphanage is the only pagoda in
Cambodia that accepts AIDS orphans and can only hope to provide a home
to a fraction of the orphans. REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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RTR3Y07
September 22, 2003
Kakakda Vansaneth plays with a toy during his daily IV drip in a clinic
in Battambang September 22,...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
KAKAKDA PLAYS WITH A TOY DURING HIS DAILY DRIP IN A CLINIC IN
BATTAMBANG.
Kakakda Vansaneth plays with a toy during his daily IV drip in a clinic
in Battambang September 22, 2003. Kakakda was abandoned at birth and is
suffering from tuberculosis. REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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RTR3Y8F
September 21, 2003
Monk Muny rides on the back of a motorcycle on his way to visit HIV
positive people in Battambang September...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
MONK MUNY RIDES ON THE BACK OF A MOTORCYCLE ON HIS WAY TO VISIT HIV
POSITIVE PEOPLE IN BATTAMBANG.
Monk Muny rides on the back of a motorcycle on his way to visit HIV
positive people in Battambang September 21, 2003. Muny has
single-handedly rid Battambang almost completely of the ignorance that
once left the town's sick shunned and ostracised. REUTERS/Thomas White
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September 21, 2003
Monk Muny and Kakakda walk towards the Wat Norea temple in Battambang
September 21, 2003. With an estimated...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
MONK MUNY AND KAKAKDA WALK TOWARDS THE WAT NOREA TEMPLE IN
BATTAMBANG.
Monk Muny and Kakakda walk towards the Wat Norea temple in Battambang
September 21, 2003. With an estimated 30,000 orphans to AIDS, Cambodia is
facing yet another crisis. The Wat Norea orphanage is the only pagoda in
Cambodia that accepts AIDS orphans, and can only hope to provide a home to a
fraction of the orphans. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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RTR3Y67
September 21, 2003
Monk Muny and embraces Moth Vann's son who is sick with AIDS in
Battambang September 21, 2003. Monk...
Battambang, Cambodia - Kingdom of
MONK MUNY AND EMBRACES MOTH VANN'S SON WHO IS SICK WITH AIDS IN
BATTAMBANG.
Monk Muny and embraces Moth Vann's son who is sick with AIDS in
Battambang September 21, 2003. Monk Muny provides food and money to
Moth Vann and her son weekly, and has managed to convince Moth Vann's
village that she is not to be feared because of her disease.
REUTERS/Thomas White PP03090153

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