Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Row upon row of photographs of the victims of Cambodian tyrant Pol Pot line the walls of Tuol Sleng, the Museum of Crime, in Phnom Penh. Formerly a high school, the building was turned into a detention and interrogation center by the Khmer Rouge regime. Of 20,000 who entered, seven survived.
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