Christian relief workers killed in Cambodia

November 1996
Christian Century;11/20/96, Vol. 113 Issue 34, p1142
Reports on the murder of two staff workers with the evangelical relief group World Relief in Cambodia on October 16, 1996 after attending a meeting of low-income women who receive small-business loans. World Relief's employment of Khoun Sokan and Toun Chanthom in its Gateway Program.


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