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August 26, 2017
Southeast Asian (SEA) Games - Women's Individual Figure Skating Final - Empire City, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia...
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Southeast Asian (SEA) Games - Women's Individual Figure Skating Final
Southeast Asian (SEA) Games - Women's Individual Figure Skating Final - Empire City, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia - August 26, 2017 - Natalie Pailin Sangkagalo of Thailand competes. REUTERS/Lai Seng Sin
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November 18, 2011
People search for gems in the Boryakha river near the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin November...
Pailin, Cambodia
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People search for gems in the Boryakha river near the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin November 14, 2011. As a U.N.-backed court prepares for the trial of three senior leaders on Monday, the truth about the "killing fields" could be lost forever in the rugged mountains and impenetrable jungles of this former Khmer Rouge stronghold. Picture taken November 14, 2011. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION)
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November 18, 2011
Buddhist monks wait for morning alms in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border...
Pailin, Cambodia
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Buddhist monks wait for morning alms in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November 14, 2011. As a U.N.-backed court prepares for the trial of three senior leaders on Monday, the truth about the "killing fields" could be lost forever in the rugged mountains and impenetrable jungles of this former Khmer Rouge stronghold. Picture taken November 14, 2011. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 18, 2011
A man rests in a hammock behind Cambodian flag in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai...
Pailin, Cambodia
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A man rests in a hammock behind Cambodian flag in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November 14, 2011. As a U.N.-backed court prepares for the trial of three senior leaders on Monday, the truth about the "killing fields" could be lost forever in the rugged mountains and impenetrable jungles of this former Khmer Rouge stronghold. Picture taken November 14, 2011. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION)
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November 18, 2011
A Buddhist monk reads a book at a shrine in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border...
Pailin, Cambodia
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A Buddhist monk reads a book at a shrine in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November 14, 2011. As a U.N.-backed court prepares for the trial of three senior leaders on Monday, the truth about the "killing fields" could be lost forever in the rugged mountains and impenetrable jungles of this former Khmer Rouge stronghold. Picture taken November 14, 2011. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION)
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November 18, 2011
A Buddhist monk talks on a phone in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November...
Pailin, Cambodia
To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE
A Buddhist monk talks on a phone in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November 14, 2011. As a U.N.-backed court prepares for the trial of three senior leaders on Monday, the truth about the "killing fields" could be lost forever in the rugged mountains and impenetrable jungles of this former Khmer Rouge stronghold. Picture taken November 14, 2011. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION)
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RTR2U5JE
November 18, 2011
A man drives a Buddhist monk at the back of his bike in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near...
Pailin, multiple countries
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A man drives a Buddhist monk at the back of his bike in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November 14, 2011. As a U.N.-backed court prepares for the trial of three senior leaders on Monday, the truth about the "killing fields" could be lost forever in the rugged mountains and impenetrable jungles of this former Khmer Rouge stronghold. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION)
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RTR2U5J9
November 18, 2011
Former Khmer Rouge soldier Lim Sambath, 58, speaks to Reuters during interview in the regime's former...
Pailin, Cambodia
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Former Khmer Rouge soldier Lim Sambath, 58, speaks to Reuters during interview in the regime's former stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November 14, 2011. Battle-hardened former Khmer Rouge guerrilla Lim Sambath echoes the words that have become a mantra for the servants of the ultra-Maoist regime that tore Cambodia apart three decades ago. Picture taken November 14, 2011. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION)
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November 18, 2011
Former Khmer Rouge soldier Lim Sambath, 58, speaks to Reuters during interview in the regime's former...
Pailin, Cambodia
To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE
Former Khmer Rouge soldier Lim Sambath, 58, speaks to Reuters during interview in the regime's former stronghold in Pailin near Thai border November 14, 2011. Battle-hardened former Khmer Rouge guerrilla Lim Sambath echoes the words that have become a mantra for the servants of the ultra-Maoist regime that tore Cambodia apart three decades ago. Picture taken November 14, 2011. To match Feature CAMBODIA-ROUGE REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW RELIGION)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KWU
January 28, 2010
People sit in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according...
Pailin, Cambodia
People sit in the village of Phnom Dambang
People sit in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according to a local health care worker near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KWO
January 28, 2010
Men sit in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according...
Pailin, Cambodia
Men sit in the village of Phnom Dambang
Men sit in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according to a local health care worker near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KWM
January 28, 2010
A patient is comforted in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering...
Pailin, Cambodia
A patient is comforted in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia
A patient is comforted in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KVT
January 28, 2010
A health worker checks a blood sample for malaria in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia...
Pailin, Cambodia
A health worker checks a blood sample for malaria in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia
A health worker checks a blood sample for malaria in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KVL
January 28, 2010
Children cross over an improvised bridge in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people...
Pailin, Cambodia
Children cross over an improvised bridge in the village of Phnom Dambang
Children cross over an improvised bridge in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according to a local health care worker near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS HEALTH)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KVI
January 28, 2010
Cambodians gather near the home of their relative who is suffering from malaria in the village of O'Broh...
Pailin, Cambodia
Cambodians gather near the home of their relative who is suffering from malaria in the village of O'Broh...
Cambodians gather near the home of their relative who is suffering from malaria in the village of O'Broh near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH POLITICS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KVE
January 28, 2010
A migrant worker holds pumpkin seeds while working in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia January...
Pailin, Cambodia
A migrant worker holds pumpkin seeds while working in a field near Pailin
A migrant worker holds pumpkin seeds while working in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Migrant workers from non-malarial areas may be more susceptible to the parasite allowing it to mutate due to several factors including usage of sub-standard and/or counterfeit drugs. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KV6
January 28, 2010
A Cambodian boy sits near the home of his relative who is suffering from malaria in the village of O'Broh...
Pailin, Cambodia
A Cambodian boy sits near the home of his relative who is suffering from malaria in the village of O'Broh...
A Cambodian boy sits near the home of his relative who is suffering from malaria in the village of O'Broh near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KU6
January 28, 2010
A girl is having her hair done at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering...
Pailin, Cambodia
A girl is having her hair done at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia
A girl is having her hair done at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KTW
January 28, 2010
A man wears a mask as he waits for customers at his drug store in Pailin in western Cambodia January...
Pailin, Cambodia
A man wears a mask as he waits for customers at his drug store in Pailin in western Cambodia
A man wears a mask as he waits for customers at his drug store in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KTT
January 28, 2010
A vendor waits for customers at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with...
Pailin, Cambodia
A vendor waits for customers at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia
A vendor waits for customers at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KTI
January 28, 2010
Men sit in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according...
Pailin, Cambodia
Men sit in the village of Phnom Dambang
Men sit in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according to a local health care worker near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KTD
January 28, 2010
A child sleeps behind vendors at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with...
Pailin, Cambodia
A child sleeps behind vendors at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia
A child sleeps behind vendors at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KTC
January 28, 2010
A woman sells fish at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand,...
Pailin, Cambodia
A woman sells fish at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia
A woman sells fish at a market in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS BUSINESS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KT8
January 28, 2010
A woman plays with her child in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering...
Pailin, Cambodia
A woman plays with her child in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia
A woman plays with her child in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KT5
January 28, 2010
A woman with non-malaria related injuries waits for treatment in the only hospital in Pailin in western...
Pailin, Cambodia
A woman with non-malaria related injuries waits for treatment in the only hospital in Pailin in western...
A woman with non-malaria related injuries waits for treatment in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KSX
January 28, 2010
A migrant worker holds pumpkin seeds while working in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia January...
Pailin, Cambodia
A migrant worker works in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia
A migrant worker holds pumpkin seeds while working in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Migrant workers from non-malarial areas may be more susceptible to the parasite allowing it to mutate due to several factors including usage of sub-standard and/or counterfeit drugs. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KSR
January 28, 2010
A health worker waits for patients in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010....
Pailin, Cambodia
A health worker waits for patients in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia
A health worker waits for patients in the only hospital in Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KSJ
January 28, 2010
A migrant worker smokes his cigarette as he pauses from field work near Pailin in western Cambodia January...
Pailin, Cambodia
A migrant worker smokes cigarette as he pauses from field work near Pailin in western Cambodia
A migrant worker smokes his cigarette as he pauses from field work near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Migrant workers from non-malarial areas may be more susceptible to the parasite allowing it to mutate due to several factors including usage of sub-standard and/or counterfeit drugs. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KSE
January 28, 2010
A migrant worker holds pumpkin seeds while working in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia January...
Pailin, Cambodia
A migrant worker works in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia
A migrant worker holds pumpkin seeds while working in a field near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Migrant workers from non-malarial areas may be more susceptible to the parasite allowing it to mutate due to several factors including usage of sub-standard and/or counterfeit drugs. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KS9
January 28, 2010
Chan Kolap, a local volunteer helping health officials to fight malaria, shows her anti-malaria kit in...
Pailin, Cambodia
Chan Kolap, a local volunteer helping health officials, shows her anti-malaria kit in the village of...
Chan Kolap, a local volunteer helping health officials to fight malaria, shows her anti-malaria kit in the village of O'Broh near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KS6
January 28, 2010
Oeur Samoeun, a young man who suffers from malaria, rests outside his home in the village of O'Broh near...
Pailin, Cambodia
Oeur Samoeun, a young man who suffers from malaria, rests outside his home in the village of O'Broh near...
Oeur Samoeun, a young man who suffers from malaria, rests outside his home in the village of O'Broh near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
CAMBODIA/
RTR29KRW
January 28, 2010
Children run over an improvised bridge in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people...
Pailin, Cambodia
Children run over an improvised bridge in the village of Phnom Dambang
Children run over an improvised bridge in the village of Phnom Dambang where around 95 percent of people suffered from malaria, according to a local health care worker near Pailin in western Cambodia January 28, 2010. Bordering with Thailand, this former Khmer Rouge stronghold and dusty gem mining town is now better known for a malarial parasite that is worrying health experts in the region. Studies and research show artemisinin-based therapies - currently the most effective treatment against malaria - are taking longer to cure some of the patients. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POLITICS)
CAMBODIA/
RTXBM3Q
February 14, 2009
A man cuts cassava root on a farm in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang...
Pailin, Cambodia
A man cuts cassava root on a farm in Pailin
A man cuts cassava root on a farm in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBM3P
February 14, 2009
A woman stands in a field of cassava roots in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge strong hold, in western Cambodia's...
Pailin, Cambodia
A woman stands in a field of cassava roots in Pailin
A woman stands in a field of cassava roots in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge strong hold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province on February 14, 2009. 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)
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RTXBM3M
February 14, 2009
A man preparing to plant corn prepares small sacks of dirt in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
A man preparing to plant corn prepares small sacks of dirt in Pailin
A man preparing to plant corn prepares small sacks of dirt in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province on February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBM3K
February 14, 2009
A Buddhist nun looks out of a temple in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's...
Pailin, Cambodia
A Buddhist nun looks out of a temple in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's...
A Buddhist nun looks out of a temple in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBM3G
February 14, 2009
A man polishes gems in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province...
Pailin, Cambodia
A man polishes gems in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province...
A man polishes gems in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBM3F
February 14, 2009
A man walks his buffaloes in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang...
Pailin, Cambodia
A man walks his buffaloes in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang...
A man walks his buffaloes in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBM3A
February 14, 2009
A man bathes in a river near Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang...
Pailin, Cambodia
A man bathes in a river near Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang...
A man bathes in a river near Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBM36
February 14, 2009
Gems waiting to be polished are seen sitting atop a can in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in...
Pailin, Cambodia
Gems waiting to be polished are seen sitting atop can in Pailin, former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western...
Gems waiting to be polished are seen sitting atop a can in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBM31
February 14, 2009
Men sway cut cassava root to be dried at a farm in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western...
Pailin, Cambodia
Men sway cut cassava root to be dried at a farm in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western...
Men sway cut cassava root to be dried at a farm in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 14, 2009. 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/
RTXBL5W
February 13, 2009
A Muslim boy poses for a portrait in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang...
Pailin, Cambodia
A Muslim boy poses for a portrait in Pailin
A Muslim boy poses for a portrait in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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/
RTXBL5A
February 13, 2009
School children walk past Cambodian soldiers searching for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former...
Pailin, Cambodia
School children walk past Cambodian soldiers searching for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin
School children walk past Cambodian soldiers searching for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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)
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February 13, 2009
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge strong hold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge strong hold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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)
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February 13, 2009
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province on February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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)
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February 13, 2009
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin
Cambodian soldiers search for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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)
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February 13, 2009
A Cambodian soldier holds a metal detector as he and others look for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin,...
Pailin, Cambodia
A Cambodian soldier holds a metal detector as he and others look for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin...
A Cambodian soldier holds a metal detector as he and others look for landmines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province on February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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)
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February 13, 2009
Men watch boxing in a coffee shop in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang...
Pailin, Cambodia
Men watch boxing in a coffee shop in Pailin
Men watch boxing in a coffee shop in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province on February 13, 2009. 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)
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February 13, 2009
A boy rests in his father's arms as he shops in a market in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
A boy rests in his father's arms as he shops in a market in Pailin
A boy rests in his father's arms as he shops in a market in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. 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)
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February 13, 2009
Children carry drinking water down a dirt road to their home in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
Children carry drinking water down a dirt road to their home in Pailin
Children carry drinking water down a dirt road to their home in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. 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)
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February 13, 2009
A boy picks fruit off a tree as smoke rises from burning fields in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
A boy picks fruit off a tree as smoke rises from burning fields in Pailin
A boy picks fruit off a tree as smoke rises from burning fields in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. 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)
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February 13, 2009
Men move bags of corn from a truck entrapped in sand on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge...
Pailin, Cambodia
Men move bags of corn from a truck entrapped in sand on outskirts of Pailin
Men move bags of corn from a truck entrapped in sand on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province on February 13, 2009. 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)
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February 13, 2009
A sign warning of mines is placed on a road as Cambodian soldiers search for mines on the outskirts of...
Pailin, Cambodia
A sign warning of mines is placed on a road as Cambodian soldiers search for mines on the outskirts of...
A sign warning of mines is placed on a road as Cambodian soldiers search for mines on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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)
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February 13, 2009
A woman sells vegetables in the central market in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western...
Pailin, Cambodia
A woman sells vegetables in the central market in Pailin
A woman sells vegetables in the central market in Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. 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)
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February 13, 2009
Cambodian soldiers look for mines on a dirt road on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold,...
Pailin, Cambodia
Cambodian soldiers look for mines on a dirt road on outskirts of Pailin
Cambodian soldiers look for mines on a dirt road on the outskirts of Pailin, a former Khmer Rouge stronghold, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. A landmine exploded nearby a day earlier, killing a family of three, local 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)
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February 13, 2009
Kon Pun, a 49-year-old former Khmer Rouge solider, sits on the front porch of his home in Pailin, a former...
Pailin, Cambodia
Former Khmer Rouge solider sits on front porch of his home in Pailin
Kon Pun, a 49-year-old former Khmer Rouge solider, sits on the front porch of his home in Pailin, a former stronghold for the Khmer Rouge, in western Cambodia's Battambang province February 13, 2009. Pun said he lost each leg to a different landmine while serving under the Khmer Rouge regime. 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)
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February 13, 2009
Jayo Tan, a 55-year-old former Khmer Rouge solider, purchases rice at the central market in Pailin, a...
Pailin, Cambodia
Jayo Tan, a 55-year-old former Khmer Rouge solider, purchases rice at the central market in Pailin, a...
Jayo Tan, a 55-year-old former Khmer Rouge solider, purchases rice at the central market in Pailin, a former strong hold for the Khmer Rouge, in western Cambodia's Battambang province on February 13, 2009. Tan said he lost his right eye in 1990 to artillery fire on Wat Phnom Sampeau. 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)
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March 26, 2008
Buddhists monks paint Apsara statues at Phnom Yat temple in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold of Pailin,...
Pailin, Cambodia
Buddhists monks paint Apsara statues at Phnom Yat temple in Pailin
Buddhists monks paint Apsara statues at Phnom Yat temple in the former Khmer Rouge stronghold of Pailin, northwestern Cambodia March 26, 2008. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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March 26, 2008
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks during a ground-breaking ceremony in Pailin March 26, 2008 for...
Pailin, Cambodia
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks during a ground-breaking ceremony in Pailin
Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen speaks during a ground-breaking ceremony in Pailin March 26, 2008 for the repair of the road between Battembang and Pailin province. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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March 26, 2008
Children stand on a bulldozer as they watch the helicopter of Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen take...
Pailin, Cambodia
Children stand on a bulldozer as they watch the helicopter of Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen take...
Children stand on a bulldozer as they watch the helicopter of Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen take off after a ground-breaking ceremony in Pailin March 26, 2008 to repair the road between Battembang and Pailin province. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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