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There's a hole in my bucket

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Photo by: SOVANN PHILONG

A woman hurls buckets of water at the dying embers of a house fire that destroyed 25 homes in Russey Keo district's Tuol Sangke commune Monday. Residential blazes are an annual occurrence during the hot season, with similar fires leaving thousands homeless across Phnom Penh's crowded outer suburbs in 2008.

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