Between 1970 and 1975 37 journalists covering the war in Cambodia were killed. On one single day, May 31, 1970, nine TV journalists from NBC and CBS News were ambushed and killed.
They were Americans Welles Hangen, George Syvertsen, Gerry Miller, Indian Ramnik Lekhi, Cambodian Yeng Samleng, French Roger Colne, Japanese Tomoharu Ishi, Kojiro Sakai, and Yoshihiro Waku.
Recently friends of the slain journalists, themselves veterans of the war in Vietnam and Cambodia, returned to the village of Wat Po to dedicate a memorial stone and tree near where their colleagues were killed forty three years ago.
Video: Don North
Additional stills: Marianne Harris, Tim Page