Help for Cambodia's landmine victims
16 November 2012
Cambodia has as many as six million live, undetected landmines. As it is also chronically poor, there is little support for its thousands of victims. But the Jesuit-run Arrupe Centre brings help, hope and joy to its residents.
Photograph © Michael Coyne
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