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... or had an education). Doctors, lawyers, soldiers, teachers, nurses and many others were rounded up and escorted to one of 167 interrogation centres where they were brutally tortured until they admitted their crimes.
Our guide showed us around the school-cum-prison, from the mass cells where metal tins served as toilets to the classrooms where people were shackled 50 at a time on the floor. We saw classrooms turned into torture chambers, where people ...
... again at the Cambodian border to get our entry visas. As we traversed the borders we noticed an immediate change. In Vietnam, there were houses all along the river, much activity as people went about their daily business and many boats plying their trades. In Cambodia, the river widened, houses were sparse and you could count the number of boats on both hands. This continued until we saw a few factories and office towers in the distance and we realized we were approaching Phnom Penh. It ...