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Living on the edge

Living on the edge

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Photo by: HENG CHIVOAN

A home stands perilously close to collapsing into the Tonle Sap river in Prey Leap, just outside Phnom Penh, on National Road 6 earlier this month. The owner has since fled the property, which is no longer safe to live in. River dredging has left homes along the river at risk from eroding riverbanks.  

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