During Cambodia's annual ancestors' festival, Pchum Ben, residents of Vihear Suor commune in Kandal province turn the dirt road leading into the main pagoda into a muddy race track. Starting early in the morning, riders race horses and water buffalo down the path, brushing inches past the spectators who crowd the track.
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In Phnom Penh, supporters of Cambodia's main opposition party take to the streets to protest against the results of the divisive July 28, 2013 national elections. The country has been mired in a political deadlock, with longstanding Prime Minister Hun Sen claiming victory amid allegations of widespread voter fraud.
Cambodians say goodbye to the country's former king and father of independence, Norodom Sihanouk, in an elaborate and solemn affair that shut down the capital. Photos and sound from a royal funeral.
Supporters of Mam Sonando confront police outside Phnom Penh's municipal court. The broadcaster was sentenced to 20 years in prison on charges rights groups say were aimed at silencing a vocal critic of the government.