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The long wait for home...

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Photo by: SOVANN PHILONG

A man sits atop a vehicle queuing up for the Neak Leung ferry along National Road 1 southeast of Phnom Penh, where an estimated 10,000 motorbikes and 6,000 cars  were backed up for more than 4 kilometres, waiting hours in the heat to cross the Mekong River towards Prey Veng province. Officials warned earlier this month that traffic at the ferry crossing would  face long delays leading up to Khmer New Year.

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