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December 04, 2004 
Former Khmer Rouge soldier sits with his family in Lout village after they emerge from Cambodian villages... 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
Former Khmer Rouge soldier sits with his family in Lout village after they emerge from Cambodian ... 
Former Khmer Rouge soldier sits with his family in Lout village after they emerge from Cambodian villages 25 years after fleeing Vietnamese invasion. Romam Chhung Loeung, a 50 year-old former Khmer Rouge soldier, and his family sits in their village in Lout in Ratanikiri province, 320 km (198 miles) from the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, December 4, 2004 after they emerge from the Cambodian jungles 25 years after fleeing the Vietnamese invasion. Four Khmer Rouge families have emerged from the jungles after fleeing the Vietnamese invasion which toppled the Pol Pot regime, officials said on Thursday. The group - which expanded from 12 to 34 during their years in the northeastern jungles - had avoided human contact in the belief they would be killed if Vietnamese troops found them. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea 
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