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    Tourism in Siem Reap puts at risk the Angkor Wat temples

    The temples at Angkor Wat sit on a bed of sand kept firm by the ground water which rises and falls with the seasons but these foundations are now threatened by the extraction of fossil water to meet the needs of the Siam Reap; its population has doubled in size, to around 200,000, in a decade. Siem Reap has around 2m visitors per year, attracted by the temples at Angkor Wat.   In a classic Please follow and like us:

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    Prompt action by hotel staff in London leads to arrests of child traffickers

    On 13 September a child trafficking gang was convicted in London – the police were informed of the gang's activities by hotel reception staff Detective Chief Supt Richard Martin, head of the Metropolitan Police Service's Human Exploitation and Organised Crime Command said: “This is a sad and harrowing case that involved the main defendants effectively selling the virginity of girls as young as 13 for as much as Please follow and like us:

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