Deminers hard at work in Cambodia – at least until the money runs out

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from Globe and Mail
Published on 05 Jan 2013 View Original

Towering sugar palms sway in the breeze as lean dogs scamper through overgrown fields, and voices can be heard coming from the thatched-roof houses. Located in the lush green countryside of western Cambodia an hour’s drive from the Thai border, the village of Sek Sak has spent the past 15 years trying to get back to normal.

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