Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen visit to flood-affected Kampot province


Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen rides a motorbike during his visit to flood-affected Kamport province, Cambodia, September 8, 2009. Two men were killed when trying to flee flooding in the province caused by torrential rain which affected almost 5,000 families and damaged 330 hectares of crops over the weekend. REUTERS/Stringer

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen greets the crowd as he visits flood-affected Kamport province in Cambodia September 8, 2009. Two men were killed when trying to flee flooding in the province caused by torrential rain which affected almost 5,000 families and damaged 330 hectares of crops over the weekend. REUTERS/Stringer

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen examines a flood-affected house during his visit to Kamport province, Cambodia, September 8, 2009. Two men were killed when trying to flee flooding in the province caused by torrential rain which affected almost 5,000 families and damaged 330 hectares of crops over the weekend. REUTERS/stringer

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen is greeted by flood-affected villagers during his visit to Kamport province, Cambodia, September 8, 2009. Two men were killed when trying to flee flooding in the province caused by torrential rain which affected almost 5,000 families and damaged 330 hectares of crops over the weekend. REUTERS/Stringer

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen (R) questions a gasoline vendor during his visit to flood-affected Kamport province, Cambodia, September 8, 2009. Two men were killed when trying to flee flooding in the province caused by torrential rain which affected almost 5,000 families and damaged 330 hectares of crops over the weekend. REUTERS/Stringer

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen (C) walks through flood-waters during his visit to Kamport province, Cambodia, September 8, 2009. Two men were killed when trying to flee flooding in the province caused by torrential rain which affected almost 5,000 families and damaged 330 hectares of crops over the weekend. REUTERS/Stringer

Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen talks to flood-affected villagers during his visit to Kamport province, Cambodia, September 8, 2009. Two men were killed when trying to flee flooding in the province caused by torrential rain which affected almost 5,000 families and damaged 330 hectares of crops over the weekend. REUTERS/Stringer


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