Stampede in Cambodia kills hundreds

Three hundred and seventy five people died in the stampede at a festival in Cambodia. Twice as many more were injured after panic spread through the crowds as the water festival was coming to a close.The BBC's Alistair Leithead has the story.

Global Politics

Cambodia mourns water festival deaths

Author Loung Ung says the deaths at Cambodia's water festival represent the first major trauma experienced by Cambodians since Pol Pot.Ung, the author of �First They Killed My Father,� speaks with anchor Lisa Mullins.

Arts, Culture & Media

Gateway to Angkor Wat

The city in northern Cambodia our Geo Quiz takes us today is a gateway city for international tourists to Angkor. That's Cambodia's world heritage site with its temples that date back to 12th century Khmer civilization.