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A girl sits on her boat at a Bak Angrout dried up pond at the drought-hit Kandal province in Cambodia May 13, 2016. (Photo by Samrang Pring/Reuters)

A girl sits on her boat at a Bak Angrout dried up pond at the drought-hit Kandal province in Cambodia May 13, 2016. (Photo by Samrang Pring/Reuters)
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17 May 2016 12:41:00
Boat crew members train on the waters of the Tonle Sap River on the morning of the first day of the Water Festival on November 13, 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The yearly three-day Water Festival is one of the most important holidays in Cambodia and celebrates the end of the rainy season and the start of the rice harvesting. The Festival also coincides with the Tonle Sap river reversing course, which it does twice a year. Approximately 2 million people are expected to attend this year's festival, during which 259 boats and nearly 20,000 oarsmen will participate in the races. After a fatal stampede resulting in the death of some 353 people during the Water Festival in 2010, it has been cancelled four times over the past five years, with weather used as an official excuse. (Photo by Omar Havana/Getty Images)

Boat crew members train on the waters of the Tonle Sap River on the morning of the first day of the Water Festival on November 13, 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. The yearly three-day Water Festival is one of the most important holidays in Cambodia and celebrates the end of the rainy season and the start of the rice harvesting. The Festival also coincides with the Tonle Sap river reversing course, which it does twice a year. Approximately 2 million people are expected to attend this year's festival, during which 259 boats and nearly 20,000 oarsmen will participate in the races. After a fatal stampede resulting in the death of some 353 people during the Water Festival in 2010, it has been cancelled four times over the past five years, with weather used as an official excuse. (Photo by Omar Havana/Getty Images)
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15 Nov 2016 11:26:00
Ty, a 15-year-old boy, poses for a picture while collecting usable items at a landfill dumpsite outside Siem Reap March 19, 2015. Ty, who finished  six-grade primary school, said he makes 5 USD per month working at the dumpsite. (Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters)

Ty, a 15-year-old boy, poses for a picture while collecting usable items at a landfill dumpsite outside Siem Reap March 19, 2015. Ty, who finished six-grade primary school, said he makes 5 USD per month working at the dumpsite. (Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters)
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22 Mar 2015 11:13:00
A Cambodian villager rides a buffalo during the Pchum Ben festival, the festival of death, at Vihear Suor village in Kandal province on October 1, 2016. Thousands of Cambodians descended on the small village northeast of the capital on October 1 to cheer on the annual water buffalo race that marks the end of the 15-day festival for the dead. (Photo by Chor Sokunthea/AFP Photo)

A Cambodian villager rides a buffalo during the Pchum Ben festival, the festival of death, at Vihear Suor village in Kandal province on October 1, 2016. Thousands of Cambodians descended on the small village northeast of the capital on October 1 to cheer on the annual water buffalo race that marks the end of the 15-day festival for the dead. (Photo by Chor Sokunthea/AFP Photo)
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03 Oct 2016 09:25:00
Sun rises over the 5 towers of Angkor. (Photo by Alex Teuscher/Caters News)

These pictures show the beautiful ruins of abandoned temples. The incredible shots, taken at temples in Angkor, Cambodia, show the striking yet haunting temples as they crumble to ruins. While they may have lost some of their former glory, the stunning temples show the beauty of the Cambodian landscape through the historic architecture. Here: Sun rises over the 5 towers of Angkor. (Photo by Alex Teuscher/Caters News)
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24 Oct 2015 08:05:00
A dancer prays before she performs as land activists gather to commemorate the upcoming Women's Day in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, March 7, 2017. (Photo by Samrang Pring/Reuters)

A dancer prays before she performs as land activists gather to commemorate the upcoming Women's Day in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, March 7, 2017. (Photo by Samrang Pring/Reuters)
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08 Mar 2017 00:03:00
Ethnic Cham Muslim people pass the time near their boats on banks of Mekong river in Phnom Penh July 29, 2013. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)

Ethnic Cham Muslim people pass the time near their boats on banks of Mekong river in Phnom Penh July 29, 2013. About 100 ethnic Cham families, made up of nomads and fishermen without houses or land who arrived at the Cambodian capital in search of better lives, live on their small boats on a peninsula where the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers meet, just opposite the city's centre. The community has been forced to move several times from their locations in Phnom Penh as the land becomes more valuable. They fear that their current home, just behind a new luxurious hotel under construction at the Chroy Changva district is only temporary and that they would have to move again soon. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)
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31 Jul 2013 06:34:00
A local youth, front right, scares pupils on a street as he takes part in a ceremony to exorcize evil spirits and pray for rain amid the rice planting season at Pring Ka-ek village, northwest of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Friday, May 22, 2015. Cambodia is a country which heavily relies on agriculture as over 80 percent of its 14 million people are farmers, growing rice as their main crop. (Photo by Heng Sinith/AP Photo)

A local youth, front right, scares pupils on a street as he takes part in a ceremony to exorcize evil spirits and pray for rain amid the rice planting season at Pring Ka-ek village, northwest of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Friday, May 22, 2015. Cambodia is a country which heavily relies on agriculture as over 80 percent of its 14 million people are farmers, growing rice as their main crop. (Photo by Heng Sinith/AP Photo)
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25 May 2015 08:43:00