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Cambodian TV show reunites families separated by Khmer Rouge

In 1975, the Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia and began a four-year experiment in social reordering. To destroy traditional authority, the regime split families apart. Two million Cambodians perished, but some missing loved ones were never found. Now, a Cambodian reality show is reconnecting family members.

Conflict & Justice

Indigenous Protest in Cambodia

We're on the Indochinese peninsula for this Geo Quiz, looking for the name of a southeast Asian forest. It's home to indigenous Kui people who've lived in the forest for centuries. Illegal logging and mining are taking a toll on the ancient forest.

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Cambodian TV show reunites families separated by Khmer Rouge

In 1975, the Khmer Rouge took control of Cambodia and began a four-year experiment in social reordering. To destroy traditional authority, the regime split families apart. Two million Cambodians perished, but some missing loved ones were never found. Now, a Cambodian reality show is reconnecting family members.

Health & Medicine

Cambodia promotes brown rice to fight diabetes

Diabetes is very much a disease of poor countries -- where healthcare is ill-prepared to deal with it. So in places like Cambodia, where diabetes is common, but undiagnosed, prevention is the name of the game. Surprisingly, that means a focus on getting people to eat brown rice.