Young brothers Oeu Khut and Oeu Kohut watch their mother prepare cockle shells for sale in the once thriving community known as Group 78, in the Tonle Bassac district of Phnom Penh on June 6. On July 17 the community were forcefully relocated to a remote area outside of the city where they say it is not possible to make a living.   (image by Tracey Shelton)
Young brothers Oeu Khut and Oeu Kohut watch their mother prepare cockle shells for sale in the once thriving community known as Group 78, in the Tonle Bassac district of Phnom Penh on June 6. On July 17 the community were forcefully relocated to a remote area outside of the city where they say it is not possible to make a living.
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