Cambodia has been ravaged by wars and civil wars since the 60's. In April of 1975 Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge took over the southeast Asian nation and emptied the cities. Three years later Vietnam intervened but by then 1.9 million Cambodians had been killed. The nation today still bears the scars of that genocide. all photos (AP Photos/David Longstreath)
Khmer girl with polio poses near her home on a deforested hill along the Thai-Cambodian border.
A young Khmer Rouge boys looks through wire fence at a refugee camp along the Thai border.
Phnom Penh street children.
A street sleeper outsdie the central market of Phnom Penh.
Cambodia prostitues work the streets of Phnom Penh.
A contestant in Cambodia's Miss Landmine contest.
A fromer Khmer Rouge soldier looks on from a Thai-Cambodia border crossing.
Former Khmer Rouge soldiers look on at a temple.
A war damage father plays with son.
Cambodia Landmine victim.
A Cambodian landmine victim near his home.
A Cambodian landmine victim.
Cambodian landmine victim.
A Cambodian landmine victim sleeps on streets of Phnom Penh.
Cambodia children look on from a government home.
A former Cambodian government soldier makes his way along a rural road.
A former Cambodian soldier looks on from near his home.
A Cambodian Buddhist monks prays in Phnom Penh.
A young Cambodia woman weeps over the body of her husband, who was killed in fighting near the Thai-Cambodian border.
A blind beggars waits along a Cambodian rural road.
A young boy, the son of former Khmer Rouge parents looks on from a rural school.