Nothing looks familiar to me except the empty highway stretching straight ahead toward Vietnam. But I can still make out the place where my two colleagues disappeared, never to be seen again
ON APRIL 18, Chinese president Hu Jintao will begin his first official visit to the United States as head of state of the world's most populous nation.
Villagers in this town stretched out along the Bassac River speak only with reluctance about Cambodia’s recent traumatic past.
"I find few scars of war and conflict here that might remind them of what happened when the Khmer Rouge took over the country and killed more than 1 million—some say as many as 2 million—of Cambodia’s people."