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Cleaning up

Cleaning up

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Photo by:
Tracey Shelton

A monk from Phnom Penh's Wat Botum temple peers into the ruins of house number 12 within the temple complex that burned down on Monday morning. The fire, caused by an untended candle, was the second blaze to rip through the pagoda in the last three years. No one was hurt in the fire, but property - including several motorbikes - was destroyed.

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