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Psychotherapy and Buddhism help heal Cambodia's wounds

An estimated two million people in Cambodia died under the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime.

Nearly a third of the current population are survivors from that period, and many have significant psychological scars.

A new approach to healing these wounds combines aspects of Western psychotherapy with traditional Buddhist meditation.

Nick Wood reports from Phnom Penh.

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