VICE Asia removes article with altered S21 photos, issues apology

Publication date 19 April 2021 | 16:48 | ICT

VICE Asia has removed an article featuring Irish photographer Matt Loughrey from its website and issued a letter of apology to the families of the victims of the Khmer Rouge and to the Cambodian people.

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