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Long Beach's Cambodians Still Haunted by Killing Fields

New America Media, Video, Mike Siv Posted: Nov 15, 2009

Thirty years after the Pol Pot regime in Cambodia, during which 1.7 million Cambodians were killed, trials of Khmer Rouge officials for their part in the mass murders began last spring. While the trials have captured western attention, in Long Beach, Calif., with the largest settlement of Cambodians in the United States, the trials are secondary to the ongoing trauma of surviving the killing fields.




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