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CAMBODIA
RTR1X7A6
February 17, 2008
A Cambodian boy stands along a railway track in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles) northwest of...
Pursat, Cambodia
A Cambodian boy stands along a railway track in Pursat province
A Cambodian boy stands along a railway track in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 17, 2008. Cambodia will launch on Monday a $73 million project that will see to the restoration and reconstruction of over 600 kilometres of railway track.
REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA
RTR1X7A2
February 17, 2008
Cambodians prepare to set up a "lorry", also known as a bamboo train, on a railway track in Pursat province,...
Pursat, Cambodia
Cambodians prepare to set up a "lorry", also known as a bamboo train, on a railway track in Pursat province...
Cambodians prepare to set up a "lorry", also known as a bamboo train, on a railway track in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 17, 2008. Cambodia will launch on Monday a $73 million project that will see to the restoration and reconstruction of over 600 kilometres of railway track.
REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
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RTR1X78X
February 17, 2008
Cambodians travel on a "lorry", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province,...
Pursat, Cambodia
Cambodians travel on a "lorry", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province...
Cambodians travel on a "lorry", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 17, 2008. Cambodia will launch on Monday a $73 million project that will see to the restoration and reconstruction of over 600 kilometres of railway track.
REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA
RTR1X78M
February 17, 2008
Cambodians wait to alight a "nory", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province,...
Pursat, Cambodia
Cambodians wait to alight a "nory", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province...
Cambodians wait to alight a "nory", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 17, 2008. Cambodia will launch on Monday a $73 million project that will see to the restoration and reconstruction of over 600 kilometres of railway track.
REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA/
RTR1X786
February 17, 2008
A Cambodian woman pushes her bicycle next to a railway line in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles)...
Pursat, Cambodia
A Cambodian woman pushes her bicycle next to a railway line in Pursat province
A Cambodian woman pushes her bicycle next to a railway line in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 17, 2008. Cambodia will launch on Monday a $73 million project that will see to the restoration and reconstruction of over 600 kilometres of railway track. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea
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RTR1X72O
February 17, 2008
Cambodians travel on a "nory", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province,...
Pursat, Cambodia
Cambodians travel on a "nory", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province...
Cambodians travel on a "nory", also known as a bamboo train, along a railway track in Pursat province, about 200 km (124 miles) northwest of Phnom Penh, February 17, 2008. Cambodia will launch on Monday a $73 million project that will see to the restoration and reconstruction of over 600 kilometres of railway track. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea (CAMBODIA)
CAMBODIA
RTR10W4Y
May 23, 1999
Former British landmine clearer Chris Moon runs in Cambodia's Pursat province May 22, to raise money...
Pursat, Cambodia
BRITIAN CHRIS MOON RUNS ACROSS CAMBODIA.
Former British landmine clearer Chris Moon runs in Cambodia's Pursat province May 22, to raise money for the International Red Cross and other charities. Moon, who worked in Cambodia clearing mies in the early 1990s, was later wounded while clearing mines in Mozambique, losing his lower right leg and lower right arm.

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