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November 27, 2016 - Pailin (Cambodia). A group of Australian christians participates in the Sunday's mass in one of the local church.  Pailin was considered the last Khmer Rouge-held territory until the current government agreed in 1996 to provide amnesty to the former leaders, and gifted them administrative control. During this period, Christian missionaries flooded into the border provinces in an effort to proselytize the word of God to this group whose ideology had just been toppled. © Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom