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Paying respect

Photo by: Pha Lina

HIV-positive Cambodians pause for a moment of silence in memory of people who have fallen victim to AIDS. This tribute came during the 11th National Candlelight Memorial Day, held Tuesday at the Nun Many pagoda in Phnom Penh. Ly Po, deputy director of the National AIDS Authority, said at the event that he wanted to “eliminate discrimination against HIV patients” in Cambodia.

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