August 3, 2015


Analysis

Justice and Cambodia’s killing fields

Cambodian Meo Soknen, 13, stands inside a small shrine full of human bones and skulls, all victims of the Khmer Rouge.  The small shrine, located 27 kilometers, south of Phnom Penh is one of many out of the way and forgotten monuments to the 'Killing Fields.'

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Cambodian Meo Soknen, 13, stands inside a small shrine full of human bones and skulls, all victims of the Khmer Rouge. The small shrine, located 27 kilometers, south of Phnom Penh is one of many out of the way and forgotten monuments to the 'Killing Fields.'

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