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Cambodian Deminers Train for Underwater Missioni
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February 25, 2013 6:45 PM
During wars in Southeast Asia in the 1970s thousands of tons of munitions and explosives sank on supply barges in Cambodia's rivers. The munitions are still there and the country's main demining agency is now training to tackle the problem. Rick Valenzuela reports from Sihanoukville, Cambodia.

Cambodian Deminers Train for Underwater Mission

Published February 25, 2013

During wars in Southeast Asia in the 1970s thousands of tons of munitions and explosives sank on supply barges in Cambodia's rivers. The munitions are still there and the country's main demining agency is now training to tackle the problem. Rick Valenzuela reports from Sihanoukville, Cambodia.


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