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RTR31WKN
May 11, 2012
A man smokes before a commemoration ceremony in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
A man smokes before a commemoration ceremony in Koh Kong province
A man smokes before a commemoration ceremony in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people traveled to the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, in Southwestern Cambodia, to investigate alleged illegal logging and commemorate the death of slain prominent environment activist Chut Wutty. Communities, affected by deforestation, wanted to show the government that they will continue fighting even after their activist had been killed. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT OBITUARY CIVIL UNREST)
CAMBODIA/
RTR31WKH
May 11, 2012
A woman cries as she holds a portrait of slain Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty during his...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
A woman cries as she holds a portrait of slain Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty during his...
A woman cries as she holds a portrait of slain Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty during his commemoration ceremony in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people traveled to the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, in Southwestern Cambodia, to investigate alleged illegal logging and commemorate the death of slain prominent environment activist Chut Wutty. Communities, affected by deforestation, wanted to show the government that they will continue fighting even after their activist had been killed. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: OBITUARY CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR31WK9
May 11, 2012
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province May...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people traveled to the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, in Southwestern Cambodia, to investigate alleged illegal logging and commemorate the death of slain prominent environment activist Chut Wutty. Communities, affected by deforestation, wanted to show the government that they will continue fighting even after their activist had been killed. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST OBITUARY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR31WK6
May 11, 2012
Slain Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty's son Chheuy Udom Rasmey, stands near a portrait of...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
Slain Cambodian activist Chut Wutty's son Chheuy Udom Rasmey, stands during a commemoration ceremony...
Slain Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty's son Chheuy Udom Rasmey, stands near a portrait of his father during a commemoration ceremony in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people traveled to the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, in Southwestern Cambodia, to investigate alleged illegal logging and commemorate the death of slain prominent environment activist Chut Wutty. Communities, affected by deforestation, wanted to show the government that they will continue fighting even after their activist had been killed. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST OBITUARY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR31WJV
May 11, 2012
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province May...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people traveled to the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, in Southwestern Cambodia, to investigate alleged illegal logging and commemorate the death of slain prominent environment activist Chut Wutty. Communities, affected by deforestation, wanted to show the government that they will continue fighting even their activist was killed. REUTERS/Samrang Pring(CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT OBITUARY CIVIL UNREST)
CAMBODIA/
RTR31WJR
May 11, 2012
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province May...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province
People march to the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people traveled to the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, in Southwestern Cambodia, to investigate alleged illegal logging and commemorate the death of slain prominent environment activist Chut Wutty. Communities, affected by deforestation, wanted to show the government that they will continue fighting even their activist was killed. REUTERS/Samrang Pring(CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST OBITUARY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR31WJG
May 11, 2012
People light candles at the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
People light candles at the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province...
People light candles at the killing site of Cambodian anti-logging activist Chut Wutty in Koh Kong province May 11, 2012. About three hundred people traveled to the Cardamom Mountains in Koh Kong province, in Southwestern Cambodia, to investigate alleged illegal logging and commemorate the death of slain prominent environment activist Chut Wutty. Communities, affected by deforestation, wanted to show the government that they will continue fighting even their activist was killed. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST OBITUARY)
CAMBODIA ACTIVIST/
RTR318LM
April 26, 2012
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks at Botum Sakor National Park in...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
File photo of Chut Wutty walking at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province, in this February 20, 2012 file photo. Chut Wutty, a prominent Cambodian anti-logging activist who helped expose a secretive state sell-off of national parks was fatally shot on April 25, 2012 in a remote southwestern province, said police. Picture taken February 20, 2012. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files (CAMBODIA - Tags: OBITUARY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
CAMBODIA ACTIVIST/
RTR318LI
April 26, 2012
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, gestures at Botum Sakor National Park...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
File photo of Chut Wutty gesturing at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, gestures at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province, in this February 21, 2012 file photo. Chut Wutty, a prominent Cambodian anti-logging activist who helped expose a secretive state sell-off of national parks was fatally shot on April 25, 2012 in a remote southwestern province, said police. Picture taken February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files (CAMBODIA - Tags: OBITUARY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
CAMBODIA ACTIVIST/
RTR318LB
April 26, 2012
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks in Koh Kong province, in this February...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
File photo of Chut Wutty walking in Koh Kong province
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks in Koh Kong province, in this February 20, 2012 file photo. Chut Wutty, a prominent Cambodian anti-logging activist who helped expose a secretive state sell-off of national parks was fatally shot on April 25, 2012 in a remote southwestern province, said police. Picture taken February 20, 2012. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files (CAMBODIA - Tags: OBITUARY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
CAMBODIA ACTIVIST/
RTR318L7
April 26, 2012
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks at Botum Sakor National Park in...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
File photo of Chut Wutty walking at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province, in this February 21, 2012 file photo. Chut Wutty, a prominent Cambodian anti-logging activist who helped expose a secretive state sell-off of national parks was fatally shot on April 25, 2012 in a remote southwestern province, said police. Picture taken February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files (CAMBODIA - Tags: OBITUARY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CAMBODIA ACTIVIST/
RTR318L1
April 26, 2012
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, looks on at Botum Sakor National Park...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
File photo of Chut Wutty looking on at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, looks on at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province, in this February 21, 2012 file photo. Chut Wutty, a prominent Cambodian anti-logging activist who helped expose a secretive state sell-off of national parks was fatally shot on April 25, 2012 in a remote southwestern province, said police. Picture taken February 21, 2012. REUTERS/Samrang Pring/Files (CAMBODIA - Tags: OBITUARY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT CRIME LAW)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS
RTR2YYHF
March 07, 2012
Women walk past houses, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, at Botum Sakor National...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Women walk past houses, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYH6
March 07, 2012
Nhorn Saroen walks to his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012....
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Nhorn Saroen walks to his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Nhorn Saroen, 52, is among hundreds of families who have been moved inland, after signing away their property, from a fishing village. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYFN
March 07, 2012
A view of Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
A view of Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYFL
March 07, 2012
A soldier smokes at at a Chinese construction base at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
A soldier smokes at at a Chinese construction base at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYFE
March 07, 2012
A soldier prepares a meal at a Chinese construction base at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
A soldier prepares a meal at a Chinese construction base at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYFA
March 07, 2012
A sign is seen on the way leading to Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012....
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
A sign is seen on the way leading to Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYF6
March 07, 2012
Construction work takes place at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Construction work takes place at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEX
March 07, 2012
Schoolboys ride a motorcycle through Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012....
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Schoolboys ride a motorcycle through Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEV
March 07, 2012
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks in Botum Sakor National Park in...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Chut Wutty, Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, walks in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEP
March 07, 2012
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Nhorn Saroen, 52, is among hundreds of families who have been moved inland, after signing away their property, from a fishing village. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEO
March 07, 2012
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Nhorn Saroen talks to Reuters reporters near his new home in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Nhorn Saroen, 52, is among hundreds of families who have been moved inland, after signing away their property, from a fishing village. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEL
March 07, 2012
Workers prepare to build new homes for residents, built for the residents being displaced by land sales,...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Workers prepare to build new homes for residents, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, in Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYEI
March 07, 2012
People ride a motorcycle through Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
People ride a motorcycle through Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYE9
March 07, 2012
Chut Wutty (L), Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, talks to a man staying at a new house,...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Chut Wutty (L), Director of the Natural Resource Protection Group, talks to a man staying at a new house, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYDK
March 07, 2012
Women ride past a house, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, at Botum Sakor National...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Women ride past a house, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYDC
March 07, 2012
Women walk past houses, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, at Botum Sakor National...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
Women walk past houses, built for the residents being displaced by land sales, at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYD9
March 07, 2012
A man stands near a Chinese construction base at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
A man stands near a Chinese construction base at Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
RTR2YYD6
March 07, 2012
A school boy rides a motorcycle through Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012....
Koh Kong, Cambodia
To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/
A school boy rides a motorcycle through Botum Sakor National Park in Koh Kong province February 20, 2012. It was once the unspoiled jungle home for tigers, elephants, bears and gibbons. But today the park in southwest Cambodia is fast disappearing to accommodate a much less endangered species: the Chinese gambler. Picture taken February 20, 2012. To match Insight CAMBODIA-FORESTS/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
CAMBODIA
RTRSTH
July 21, 2003
A Cambodian boy rows across a river in southeast Cambodia, near the Thai
border, July 21, 2003. Thailand...
Koh Kong, Cambodia - Kingdom of
A CAMBODIAN BOY ROWS ACROSS A RIVER NEAR CAMBODIA-THAI BORDER.
A Cambodian boy rows across a river in southeast Cambodia, near the Thai
border, July 21, 2003. Thailand and Cambodia have started to build the first
of four bridges over a network of rivers in the jungle-clad area to speed up
the movement of people and trade between the two southeast Asian neighbours.
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea.

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CAMBODIA
RTXL9PD
May 17, 2002
- PHOTO TAKEN 13MAY02 - The sun sets over the Koh Kong bridge in southern Cambodia on May 13, 2002. A...
Koh Kong, Cambodia
- PHOTO TAKEN 13MAY02 - The sun sets over the Koh Kong bridge in southern Cambodia on May 13, 2002. .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 13MAY02 - The sun sets over the Koh Kong bridge in southern Cambodia on May 13, 2002. A new bridge linking southern Cambodia to Thailand is promising to transform the lives of tens of thousands of villagers [once dependent on marijuana plantations and organised crime. Known for years as Cambodia's "Wild West", a haven for drug deals, human trafficking and prostitution, the province of Koh Kong is on the brink of a new era, provincial officials said. Picture taken May 13, 2002.]
CAMBODIA-THAILAND
RTR58LM
May 13, 2002
Backpacking-tourists arrive from Thailand and pick up visas in the
southern Cambodia town of Koh Kong...
Koh Kong, Cambodia - Kingdom of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE CAMBODIA-THAILAND.
Backpacking-tourists arrive from Thailand and pick up visas in the
southern Cambodia town of Koh Kong on May 13, 2002. A new bridge
linking southern Cambodia to Thailand is promising to transform the
lives of tens of thousands of villagers once dependent on marijuana
plantations and organised crime. Known for years as Cambodia's "Wild
West", a haven for drug deals, human trafficking and prostitution, the
province of Koh Kong is on the brink of a new era, provincial officials
said. Picture taken May 13, 2002. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea TO ACCOMPANY
FEATURE CAMBODIA-THAILAND

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CAMBODIA THAILAND
RTR58KZ
May 13, 2002
Backpacking-tourists arrive in the southern Cambodian coastal town of
Koh Kong on May 13, 2002. A new...
Koh Kong, Cambodia - Kingdom of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE CAMBODIA-THAILAND.
Backpacking-tourists arrive in the southern Cambodian coastal town of
Koh Kong on May 13, 2002. A new bridge linking southern Cambodia to
Thailand is promising to transform the lives of tens of thousands of
villagers once dependent on marijuana plantations and organised crime.
Known for years as Cambodia's "Wild West", a haven for drug deals,
human trafficking and prostitution, the province of Koh Kong is on the
brink of a new era, provincial officials said. Picture taken May 13,
2002. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE CAMBODIA-THAILAND

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CAMBODIA THAILAND
RTR58KU
May 13, 2002
The sun sets over the Koh Kong bridge in southern Cambodia on May 13,
2002. A new bridge linking southern...
Koh Kong, Cambodia - Kingdom of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE CAMBODIA-THAILAND.
The sun sets over the Koh Kong bridge in southern Cambodia on May 13,
2002. A new bridge linking southern Cambodia to Thailand is promising
to transform the lives of tens of thousands of villagers once dependent
on marijuana plantations and organised crime. Known for years as
Cambodia's "Wild West", a haven for drug deals, human trafficking and
prostitution, the province of Koh Kong is on the brink of a new era,
provincial officials said. Picture taken May 13, 2002. REUTERS/Chor
Sokunthea TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE CAMBODIA-THAILAND

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JAPAN
RTRT68E
December 10, 1999
Miss International beauties wave in front of a Buddha statue during a visit to Kotokuin temple in the...
Kamakura, Japan
MISS INTERNATIONAL CONTESTANTS WAVE IN KAMAKURA.
Miss International beauties wave in front of a Buddha statue during a visit to Kotokuin temple in the ancient capital city of Kamakura, west of Tokyo December 10. They are among the 50 contestants from various countries who will compete in the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Tokyo on December 14. They are from L-R; Miss Philippines Geogina Anne de la Paz Sandico, Miss Korea Jae Won Lee, Miss Malaysia Andrea Gomez, Miss Japan Kana Onoda, Miss Singapore Janice Yeok Teng Koh, and Miss Hong Kong Wu Hang Yee.

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JAPAN
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December 10, 1999
Miss Singapore Janice Yaok Teng Koh (L) and Miss Hong Kong Wu Hang Yee pose beside a lantern as they...
Kamakura, Japan
MISS SINGAPORE AND MISS HONG KONG POSE BESIDE LANTERN IN KAMAKURA.
Miss Singapore Janice Yaok Teng Koh (L) and Miss Hong Kong Wu Hang Yee pose beside a lantern as they visit Kotokuin temple during a sightseeing tour in the ancient capital city of Kamakura, west of Tokyo December 10. They will vie among 50 contestants from various countries in the Miss International Beauty Pageant in Tokyo on December 14.

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