This child in Khao-I-Dang camp, 1980, could not speak, but drew pictures of his memories of the Khmer Rouge.
Ban Taprik, Cambodia on Thai border 1979
Families traveled together
Refugee families inside Cambodia often were forced to travel with Khmer Rouge cadres. Inside Cambodia, newr Ban Taprick, 1979
Robert Ashe (MBE) created the “Land Bridge” that bypassed officialdom and saved many lives from disease and starvation. Here with his team pulling their “ambulance” just across the Thai border.
Sunrise at Khao-I-Dang Camp
The nightly toll, 1979
Along the Thai-Cambodian border 1,500,000 refugees encamped. Many were fleeing from the Khmer Rouge who themselves were fleeing from the Vietnamese Army. Khao-I-Dang Camp, on assignment for Time Magazine October 1979. Formerly classed as illegal migrants by the Thai Government, in 1979 Thailand reversed its policy and granted the Cambodians refugee status and the UN agencies began relief operations.
160,000 Khmer Rouge. Spring 1980
Starving Cambodian Child
Sakaeo Camp, 1980.
in the Tribal Areas in Pakistan on the Afghan border, 1984
In Paktia Province during the Soviet Occupation of Afghanistan, 1984 on assignment for Time Magazine.