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Cambodian Reality TV Takes on Aftermath of Genocidei
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July 31, 2013 8:27 PM
After a four-year reign that killed one-quarter of the population, the Khmer Rouge regime collapsed in 1979. Decades later, some families are still reconciling the past — on national television. Reporter Irwin Loy has the story.

Cambodian Reality TV Takes on Aftermath of Genocide

Published July 31, 2013

After a four-year reign that killed one-quarter of the population, the Khmer Rouge regime collapsed in 1979. Decades later, some families are still reconciling the past — on national television. Reporter Irwin Loy has the story.


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