Cambodian children at a camp in Aranyaprathet
Historical photo set-No.10: In the late 1970s, Thailand became the country of first asylum for refugees from Cambodia, Laos and Viet Nam. These Cambodian children at a camp in Aranyaprathet were among the tens of thousands who hurried towards Thailand, driven by famine and fear of the Khmer Rouge soldiers who were emptying the cities at gunpoint.
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|Publisher||United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)|