Cambodia Concerned, Too Many Tourists Visiting Choeung Ek (Killing Fields)

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The number of tourists visiting Cambodia’s genocide sites has more than tripled during the last 10 years, raising concerns that commercialism is compromising efforts to preserve memorials for 2 million people who perished here under Pol Pot and his Khmer Rouge. Chhour Sokty, director at Choeung Ek, the best known of the sites commonly called The…

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