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GLOBAL-SMOKING/
RTX35V06
May 15, 2017
A man smokes as he makes bamboo baskets for sale in Kampot province, Cambodia May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang...
Kampot, Cambodia
A man smokes as he makes bamboo baskets for sale in Kampot
A man smokes as he makes bamboo baskets for sale in Kampot province, Cambodia May 15, 2017. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-ROUGE/
RTX19MG9
April 21, 2015
People pay their respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the...
Kampot, Cambodia
People pay their respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the...
People pay their respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the victims in Kampot province, April 15, 2015. Millions of Cambodians living with the scars of Pol Pot's 1975-1979 genocidal wave of terror face the possibility that the U.N.-backed tribunal will be unable to bring to justice those most responsible for the deaths of about 1.8 million people. Picture taken April 15. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-ROUGE/
RTX19MFZ
April 21, 2015
A woman pays her respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime at a memorial for the victims,...
Kampot, Cambodia
Woman pays her respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime at a memorial for the victims,...
A woman pays her respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime at a memorial for the victims, in Kampot province, April 15, 2015. Millions of Cambodians living with the scars of Pol Pot's 1975-1979 genocidal wave of terror face the possibility that the U.N.-backed tribunal will be unable to bring to justice those most responsible for the deaths of about 1.8 million people. Picture taken April 15. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-ROUGE/
RTX19MF9
April 21, 2015
A man pays his respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the victims...
Kampot, Cambodia
Man pays his respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the victims...
A man pays his respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the victims in Kampot province, April 15, 2015. Millions of Cambodians living with the scars of Pol Pot's 1975-1979 genocidal wave of terror face the possibility that the U.N.-backed tribunal will be unable to bring to justice those most responsible for the deaths of about 1.8 million people. Picture taken April 15. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-ROUGE/
RTX19MEI
April 21, 2015
A woman pays her respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the...
Kampot, Cambodia
Woman pays her respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the victims...
A woman pays her respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime, at a memorial for the victims in Kampot province, April 15, 2015. Millions of Cambodians living with the scars of Pol Pot's 1975-1979 genocidal wave of terror face the possibility that the U.N.-backed tribunal will be unable to bring to justice those most responsible for the deaths of about 1.8 million people. Picture taken April 15. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
CAMBODIA-ROUGE/
RTX19MDO
April 21, 2015
People pay their respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime at a memorial for the victims...
Kampot, Cambodia
People pay their respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime at a memorial for the victims...
People pay their respects to relatives who died during the Khmer Rouge regime at a memorial for the victims in Kampot province, April 15, 2015. Millions of Cambodians living with the scars of Pol Pot's 1975-1979 genocidal wave of terror face the possibility that the U.N.-backed tribunal will be unable to bring to justice those most responsible for the deaths of about 1.8 million people. Picture taken April 15. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Vietnam Reports "UFO" Explosion - 29 May 2008
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VIETNAM-UFO/
RTX69XV
May 29, 2008
A view of a piece of metal from an unidentified flying object found by fishermen southwest of Kampot...
Kampot, Cambodia
A view of a piece of metal from an unidentified flying object found by fishermen southwest of Kampot...
A view of a piece of metal from an unidentified flying object found by fishermen southwest of Kampot province near the Cambodia-Vietnam border, 146 km (91 miles) west of Phnom Penh, May 29, 2008. The unidentified flying object exploded in mid-air over a southern Vietnamese island, state media said on Wednesday, a day after Cambodia's air force retracted a report of a mysterious plane crash. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
VIETNAM-UFO/
RTX69XU
May 29, 2008
A Cambodian policeman examines a piece of metal from an unidentified flying object found by fishermen...
Kampot, Cambodia
A policeman examines a piece of metal from an unidentified flying object found by fishermen southwest...
A Cambodian policeman examines a piece of metal from an unidentified flying object found by fishermen southwest of Kampot province near the Cambodia-Vietnam border, 146 km (91 miles) west of Phnom Penh, May 29, 2008. The unidentified flying object exploded in mid-air over a southern Vietnamese island, state media said on Wednesday, a day after Cambodia's air force retracted a report of a mysterious plane crash. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R6M9
June 27, 2007
Members of a Cambodian military search team board a helicopter from a soccer field in Kampot to look...
Kampot, Cambodia
Members of a Cambodian military search team board a helicopter from a soccer field in Kampot
Members of a Cambodian military search team board a helicopter from a soccer field in Kampot to look for a missing plane June 27, 2007. The wreckage of an aircraft, which went missing on Monday, had been located, a local government official said. The plane was carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples to the coastal resort of Sihanoukville when it went off radar. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5OF
June 26, 2007
Cambodian children watch from the walls of a soccer field as a search helicopter, preparing to look for...
Kampot, Cambodia
Cambodian children watch from the walls of a soccer field as a search helicopter, preparing to look for...
Cambodian children watch from the walls of a soccer field as a search helicopter, preparing to look for a missing plane, takes flight in Kampot June 26, 2007. An aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5NL
June 26, 2007
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen arrives at Kampot June 26, 2007, where search teams had gathered to...
Kampot, Cambodia
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen arrives at Kampot
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen arrives at Kampot June 26, 2007, where search teams had gathered to look for a plane which went missing one day earlier. An aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5N9
June 26, 2007
A boy looks at a military helicopter, which was brought to the local soccer field to take part in search...
Kampot, Cambodia
A boy looks at a military helicopter, which was brought to the local soccer field to take part in search...
A boy looks at a military helicopter, which was brought to the local soccer field to take part in search missions for a missing plane, during a downpour in Kampot June 26, 2007. An aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5N2
June 26, 2007
Children play soccer in the rain in front of a Cambodian military helicopter which was brought to the...
Kampot, Cambodia
Children play soccer in the rain in front of a Cambodian military helicopter which was brought to the...
Children play soccer in the rain in front of a Cambodian military helicopter which was brought to the field to take part in search missions for a missing plane in Kampot June 26, 2007. An aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5MA
June 26, 2007
A Cambodian soldier, taking part in a search mission for a missing airplane, waits for a downpour to...
Kampot, Cambodia
A Cambodian soldier, taking part in a search mission for a missing airplane, waits for a downpour to...
A Cambodian soldier, taking part in a search mission for a missing airplane, waits for a downpour to subside from a soccer field in Kampot June 26, 2007. An aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5LF
June 26, 2007
A man holds his child in the forest of Cambodia's Kampot Province June 26, 2007, the area where military...
Kampot, Cambodia
A man holds his child in the forest of Cambodia's Kampot Province
A man holds his child in the forest of Cambodia's Kampot Province June 26, 2007, the area where military officials have been searching for an plane which vanished from radar one day earlier An aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5KW
June 26, 2007
Locals crowd the gates of a soccer field in Kampot June 26, 2007, where military officials were performing...
Kampot, Cambodia
Locals crowd the gates of a soccer field in Kampot
Locals crowd the gates of a soccer field in Kampot June 26, 2007, where military officials were performing search operations by helicopter for a plane which went missing one day earlier. The aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5DG
June 26, 2007
A military helicopter carrying members of a rescue team takes off to search for a missing aircraft in...
Kampot, Cambodia
Military helicopter carrying members of a rescue team takes off to search for a missing aircraft in Kampot...
A military helicopter carrying members of a rescue team takes off to search for a missing aircraft in Kampot province June 26, 2007. The aircraft, carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples, crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. Officials had found the wreckage of the plane in a remote stretch of dense forest 130 km (80 miles) southwest of the Southeast Asian nation's capital, Phnom Penh. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5DF
June 26, 2007
Members of Cambodia's military rescue team walk to board a helicopter to search for a missing aircraft...
Kampot, Cambodia
Members of Cambodia's military rescue team walk to board a helicopter to search for a missing aircraft...
Members of Cambodia's military rescue team walk to board a helicopter to search for a missing aircraft Kampot province June 26, 2007. The aircraft, carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples, crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. Officials had found the wreckage of the plane in a remote stretch of dense forest 130 km (80 miles) southwest of the Southeast Asian nation's capital, Phnom Penh. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R5D3
June 26, 2007
Members of Cambodia's military rescue team board a helicopter to search for a missing aircraft in Kampot...
Kampot, Cambodia
Members of Cambodia's military rescue team board a helicopter to search for a missing aircraft in Kampot...
Members of Cambodia's military rescue team board a helicopter to search for a missing aircraft in Kampot province June 26, 2007. The aircraft, carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples, crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. Officials had found the wreckage of the plane in a remote stretch of dense forest 130 km (80 miles) southwest of the Southeast Asian nation's capital, Phnom Penh. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R57C
June 26, 2007
Children carrying umbrellas walk past a military helicopter sitting in a field in Kampot, Cambodia, June...
Kampot, Cambodia
Children carrying umbrellas walk past a military helicopter sitting in a field in Kampot
Children carrying umbrellas walk past a military helicopter sitting in a field in Kampot, Cambodia, June 26, 2007. An aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R57B
June 26, 2007
Military officials, part of Cambodia's 911 rescue team, wait for the rain to stop before proceeding with...
Kampot, Cambodia
Military officials wait for the rain to stop before proceeding with the search for an aircraft in Kampot...
Military officials, part of Cambodia's 911 rescue team, wait for the rain to stop before proceeding with the search for an aircraft, which vanished from radar the day before, in Kampot, Cambodia, June 26, 2007. The aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R579
June 26, 2007
Royal Cambodia Arm Forces Commander Ke Kim Yan (R) and other military officials look over a map while...
Kampot, Cambodia
Royal Cambodia Arm Forces Commander Ke Kim Yan and other military officials look over a map while planning...
Royal Cambodia Arm Forces Commander Ke Kim Yan (R) and other military officials look over a map while planning a search for an aircraft, which vanished from radar the day before, in Kampot, Cambodia, June 26, 2007. The aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. There was no word on survivors. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA-PLANE/
RTR1R576
June 26, 2007
A member of Cambodia's rescue team waits for the rain to stop before proceeding with the search for an...
Kampot, Cambodia
A member of Cambodia's rescue team waits for the rain to stop before proceeding with the search for an...
A member of Cambodia's rescue team waits for the rain to stop before proceeding with the search for an aircraft, which vanished from radar the day before, in Kampot, Cambodia, June 26, 2007. The aircraft carrying 13 South Koreans, three Czechs and four crew from Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples crashed on Monday in jungle-clad mountains in the coastal province of Kampot, officials said. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA)
BIRD FLU CAMBODIA
RTR4WIR
March 07, 2005
A boy stands next to a flock of ducks in the southeastern Cambodian province of Kampot March 7, 2005....
Kampot, Cambodia
To accompany feature Birdflu-Cambodia.
A boy stands next to a flock of ducks in the southeastern Cambodian province of Kampot March 7, 2005. The World Health Organisation (WHO), which is leading a push for $829,000 in international funding for bird flu surveillance, says Cambodia will not be able to prepare adequate defences against bird flu without outside help. Picture taken March 7, 2005. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE BIRD FLU-CAMBODIA REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea CS/AT/SA
CAMBODIA
RTR1J4E
August 10, 2003
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER CUB SNARLS IN A CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished
southeast Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise
the conditions under which they are kept. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

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CAMBODIA
RTR1IHT
August 10, 2003
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a private
zoo in southern Cambodia on...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER CUB SNARLS IN CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a private
zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or keeping large
animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time among powerful
political or business figures in the impoverished southeast Asian nation,
although animal rights groups often criticise the conditions under which
they are kept. Pictures of the month August 2003 REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

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CAMBODIA
RTR1IHO
August 10, 2003
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER CUB SNARLS IN A CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Three month old Indochinese tiger Methona snarls in his cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished
southeast Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise
the conditions under which they are kept. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

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CAMBODIA
RTR1IHJ
August 10, 2003
Lion cub Sey Ha tries to stand up at the zoo in Kampot 150km (94 miles)
southwest of Phnom Penh on August...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
FIRST LION CUB BORN IN SOUTHWEST OF CAMBODIA.
Lion cub Sey Ha tries to stand up at the zoo in Kampot 150km (94 miles)
southwest of Phnom Penh on August 10, 2003. Sey Ha was born on August
2, 2003 and is the first lion cub in Cambodia after two other cubs died
from hypothermia. REUTERS/ChorSokunthea

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CAMBODIA
RTR1IHE
August 10, 2003
Reasey (L)and Methona (Top), two rare Indochinese tigers, play in their cage
in a private zoo in southern...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
TWO INDOCHINESE TIGER CUBS PLAYING IN THEIR CAGE IN SOUTHERN
CAMBODIA.
Reasey (L)and Methona (Top), two rare Indochinese tigers, play in their cage
in a private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished southeast
Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise the conditions
under which they are kept. Picture taken August 10, 2003. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

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CAMBODIA
RTR1IH6
August 10, 2003
Indochinese tiger Sros carries her baby Mothona in their cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
INDOCHINESE TIGER MOVES HER BABY IN THEIR CAGE IN SOUTHERN CAMBODIA.
Indochinese tiger Sros carries her baby Mothona in their cage in a
private zoo in southern Cambodia on August 10, 2003. Breeding or
keeping large animals, such as tigers and bears, is a popular past-time
among powerful political or business figures in the impoverished
southeast Asian nation, although animal rights groups often criticise
the conditions under which they are kept. Picture taken August 10,
2003. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

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CAMBODIA
RTR1I69
August 10, 2003
Newly-born African lion cub Sey Ha sits in the Kampot zoo, 150 km (93 miles)
from Phnom Penh August...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
AFRICAN LION CUB SEY HA SITS IN THE KAMPOT ZOO.
Newly-born African lion cub Sey Ha sits in the Kampot zoo, 150 km (93 miles)
from Phnom Penh August 10, 2003. The cub's mother, Champei, became the first
lion in Cambodian history to give birth in captivity after she had three
cubs last weekend. Two of the cubs have since died of hypothermia. RIGHTS
FREE REUTERS/ChorSokunthea

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CAMBODIA
RTR1I5Z
August 10, 2003
Six-year-old African lion Champei sits behind her cub Sey Ha in the Kampot
zoo, 150 km ( 93 miles) from...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
AFRICAN LION CUB SITS WITH ITS MOTHER IN KAMPOT.
Six-year-old African lion Champei sits behind her cub Sey Ha in the Kampot
zoo, 150 km ( 93 miles) from Phnom Penh, August 10, 2003. Champei became the
first lion in Cambodian history to give birth in captivity after she had
three cubs last weekend. Two of the cubs have since died of hypothermia.
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

CS/PB
CAMBODIA
RTR1I5S
August 10, 2003
Six-year-old African lion Champei sits behind her cub Sey Ha in the Kampot
zoo, 150 km ( 93 miles) from...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
AFRICAN LION CUB SITS WITH ITS MOTHER IN KAMPOT.
Six-year-old African lion Champei sits behind her cub Sey Ha in the Kampot
zoo, 150 km ( 93 miles) from Phnom Penh, August 10, 2003. Champei became the
first lion in Cambodian history to give birth in captivity after she had
three cubs last weekend. Two of the cubs have since died of hypothermia.
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

CS/PB
CAMBODIA THAILAND HUNSEN
RTRHNKA
February 03, 2003
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen gestures to the crowd during a speech
in the southern provincial town...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
CAMBODIAN PRIME MINISTER HUN SEN GESTURES TO THE CROWD IN KAMPOT.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen gestures to the crowd during a speech
in the southern provincial town of Kampot on February 3, 2003. Hun Sen
accused his own government of incompetence on Monday over its handling
of last week's riots in Phnom Penh in which the Thai embassy and over a
dozen Thai-related businesses were destroyed. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

CS/CP
CAMBODIA THAILAND HUNSEN
RTRHNK2
February 03, 2003
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen gestures to the crowd during a speech
in the southern provincial town...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
CAMBODIAN PRIME MINISTER HUN SEN GESTURES TO THE CROWD IN KAMPOT.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen gestures to the crowd during a speech
in the southern provincial town of Kampot on February 3, 2003. Hun Sen
accused his own government of incompetence on Monday over its handling
of last week's riots in Phnom Penh in which the Thai embassy and over a
dozen Thai-related businesses were destroyed. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

CS/CP
CAMBODIA ARMY
RTR3V01
May 07, 2000
Tep Sambath, a Cambodian soldier, carries her dauther as they wait near a World Food Programme truck...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
A CAMBODIAN SOLDIER CARRIES HER DAUGHTER.
Tep Sambath, a Cambodian soldier, carries her dauther as they wait near a World Food Programme truck in Kampot May 6. Cambodia began to cut back its bloated military on Saturday, handing out severance pay and food to some 1,500 soldiers weeks before an important meeting of its aid donors. The United Nations' World Food Programme will provide food for the former soldiers during the three-year demobilisation, programme officer Jean-Yves Lequine told Reuters.

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CAMBODIA ARMY
RTR3UXG
May 07, 2000
Thirty-eight years old soldier Koung Maly counts her money she recieved from the Cambodian government...
Kampot, Cambodia - Kingdom of
CAMBODIAN SOLDIER COUNTS HER MONEY IN KAM POT.
Thirty-eight years old soldier Koung Maly counts her money she recieved from the Cambodian government in Kampot May 6. Cambodia began cutting back its bloated military over the weekend and will demobilise some 1,500 soldiers by next month.

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