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February 13, 2013
A woman dries cassava in front of her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February...
Preah Vihear, Cambodia
A woman dries cassava in front of her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear
A woman dries cassava in front of her house at the Rovieng District in Preah Vihear province February 10, 2013. The remote district of Rovieng was once a battleground between Cambodian government troops and Pol Pot's genocidal Khmer Rouge. Unexploded bombs still lurk in its fields and forests. So does something more desirable - iron ore - and supposedly in such huge quantities two Chinese companies have an $11-billion plan to extract it. Their proposal - a steel plant and seaport linked by a 404-km (251-mile) railroad - has alarmed environmentalists, mystified mining and transport experts, and bolstered Cambodia's reputation as an agent for Chinese expansionism in a region where the United States is increasingly competing for influence. Picture taken February 10, 2013. To match Insight CAMBODIA-CHINA/ REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY COMMODITIES)
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