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reporter Amanda Pike follows a trail of mass graves to find "Brother
Number Two," the former Khmer Rouge commander, living at liberty
in the country he helped destroy. From 1975 to 1979, nearly 2 million
people died -- and the survivors still live side by side with the
perpetrators. watch video >> read more >>
Over the past 50 years, the tiny kingdom of Cambodia has struggled
through war, revolution and genocide -- as the United States intervened,
bombed, invaded, then stood by.
Refugees use their art to reclaim the past and forge new identities
in the Khmer diaspora. Meet the rapper, the dancer and the storyteller.