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RTR25ORN 
July 15, 2009 
Media officer of the Extraordinary Chamber in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC) Dim Sovannarom (obscured)... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Media officer of the ECCC Sovannarom explains to Nip at his house in Okanthor commune in Kampong Thom... 
Media officer of the Extraordinary Chamber in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC) Dim Sovannarom (obscured) explains the ECCC booklet to Pol Nip, 84-year-old, youngest brother of the democratic leader Kampuchea Pol Pot, at his house in Okanthor commune in Kampong Thom, about 165km (103 miles) northeast of Phnom Penh July 15, 2009. The ECCC invited all Cambodians to attend the trial of Khmer Rouge regime's chief torturer Kaing Guek Eav, also known as Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA CRIME LAW CONFLICT) 
CAMBODIA-ROUGE/
RTR25ORG 
July 15, 2009 
Media officer of the Extraordinary Chamber in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC) Dim Sovannarom (L) explains... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Media officer of the ECCC Sovannarom explains to Nip at his house in Okanthor commune in Kampong Thom... 
Media officer of the Extraordinary Chamber in the Court of Cambodia (ECCC) Dim Sovannarom (L) explains the ECCC booklet to Pol Nip, 84-year-old, youngest brother of the democratic leader Kampuchea Pol Pot, at his house in Okanthor commune in Kampong Thom, about 165km (103 miles) northeast of Phnom Penh July 15, 2009. The ECCC invited all Cambodians to attend the trial of Khmer Rouge regime's chief torturer Kaing Guek Eav, also known as Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA CRIME LAW CONFLICT) 
CAMBODIA/
RTR1Q1I8 
May 24, 2007 
A worker pours fuel over illegal weapons during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the Japan... 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
A worker pours fuel over illegal weapons during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the JSAC... 
A worker pours fuel over illegal weapons during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the Japan Assistance Team for Small Arms Management in Cambodia (JSAC) in a stadium in Kampong Thom province, 168km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, on May 24, 2007. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA/
RTR1Q1I3 
May 24, 2007 
Cambodian officials and an ASEAN delegation look at weapons before a weapons-destruction ceremony supported... 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
Cambodian officials and an ASEAN delegation look at weapons before a weapons-destruction ceremony supported... 
Cambodian officials and an ASEAN delegation look at weapons before a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the Japan Assistance Team for Small Arms Management in Cambodia (JSAC) in a stadium in the Kampong Thom province, 168km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, on May 24, 2007. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA/
RTR1Q1HZ 
May 24, 2007 
Illegal weapons burn during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the Japan Assistance Team for... 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
Illegal weapons burn during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the JSAC in a stadium 
Illegal weapons burn during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the Japan Assistance Team for Small Arms Management in Cambodia (JSAC) in a stadium in the Kampong Thom province, 168km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, on May 24, 2007. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA/
RTR1Q1HW 
May 24, 2007 
A worker pours fuel over illegal weapons during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the Japan... 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
A worker pours fuel over illegal weapons during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the JSAC... 
A worker pours fuel over illegal weapons during a weapons-destruction ceremony supported by the Japan Assistance Team for Small Arms Management in Cambodia (JSAC) in a stadium in Kampong Thom province, 168km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, on May 24, 2007. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EGN6 
June 15, 2006 
Weapons burn during a destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom province 168 km (104 miles) north... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Weapons burn during a destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom province 
Weapons burn during a destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 15, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EGN5 
June 15, 2006 
Weapons burn during a destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom province 168 km (104 miles) north... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Weapons burning during the destruction ceremony at stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles)... 
Weapons burn during a destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 15, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EGN4 
June 15, 2006 
A worker pours fuel on weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
A worker pours fuel on weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom 
A worker pours fuel on weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 15, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EGMN 
June 15, 2006 
Weapons burn during a weapon destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Weapons burn during weapon destruction ceremony at stadium in Kampong Thom, north of Phnom Penh 
Weapons burn during a weapon destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 15, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EGML 
June 15, 2006 
Weapons burn during a weapon destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Weapons burn during destruction ceremony at stadium in Kampong Thom, north of Phnom Penh 
Weapons burn during a weapon destruction ceremony at a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 15, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EFC7 
June 14, 2006 
A Cambodian soldier prepares weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Cambodian soldier prepares weapons to be destroyed at ceremony in Kampong Thom 
A Cambodian soldier prepares weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 14, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EFC0 
June 14, 2006 
Workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in Kampong Thom 
Workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 14, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EFBX 
June 14, 2006 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 14, 2006. REUTER/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EFBW 
June 14, 2006 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 14, 2006. REUTER/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EFAX 
June 14, 2006 
A worker prepares weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Worker prepares weapons to be destroyed at ceremony in Kampong Thom 
A worker prepares weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 14, 2006. The Cambodian government regularly destroys illegal weapons. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA) 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EF6M 
June 14, 2006 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in Cambodia 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 14, 2006. REUTER/Chor Sokunthea 
CAMBODIA
RTR1EF6J 
June 14, 2006 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province... 
Kampong Thom, Cambodia 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in Cambodia 
Cambodian workers prepare weapons to be destroyed at a ceremony in a stadium in Kampong Thom, a province 168 km (104 miles) north of Phnom Penh, June 14, 2006. REUTER/Chor Sokunthea 
CAMBODIA
RTR1APO6 
November 10, 2005 
Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn (R) takes notes as Cambodia's Prime Minister listens to students... 
None, Cambodia 
Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn takes notes as Cambodia's Prime Minister listens to students at... 
Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn (R) takes notes as Cambodia's Prime Minister listens to students during the official inauguration at Kampong Cheauteal high school at Prasat Sambo district in Kampong Thom province about 200km (125 miles) north of the Capital Phnom Penh November 10, 2005. The princess will also make several stops around the country in a two-day visit aimed at boosting Cambodia-Thai relations, said Chea Sokhom, deputy secretary-general of the government's national and international ceremonies commission. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea 
CAMBODIA
RTR1APNM 
November 10, 2005 
Cambodian school children attend an English class, funded by Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, at... 
Prasat Sambo, Cambodia 
CCambodian school children attend an English class at Kampong Cheauteal high school at Prasat Sambo district... 
Cambodian school children attend an English class, funded by Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, at Kampong Cheauteal high school at Prasat Sambo district in Kampong Thom province about 200km (125 miles) north of the Capital Phnom Penh November 10, 2005. The princess will also make several stops around the country in a two-day visit aimed at boosting Cambodia-Thai relations, said Chea Sokhom, deputy secretary-general of the government's national and international ceremonies commission. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea 
CAMBODIA
RTR1AOOF 
November 10, 2005 
Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn (L) and Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen clap during the official... 
Prasat Sambo, Cambodia 
Thai princess Sirindhorn and Cambodia's PM clap during the official inauguration at Kampong Cheauteal... 
Thai princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn (L) and Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen clap during the official inauguration at Kampong Cheauteal high school at Prasat Sambo district in Kampong Thom province about 200km (125 miles) north of the Capital Phnom Penh November 10, 2005. The princess will also make several stops around the country in a two-day visit aimed at boosting Cambodia-Thai relations, said Chea Sokhom, deputy secretary-general of the government's national and international ceremonies commission. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea 
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