Touching Video Of Seperated Sisters Hong And Bo Meeting After 40 Years Of War

It's been 40 years since the terror of the Khmer Rouge reign that incited years of war. Now two sisters who were separated by the turmoil that took place during the Khmer Rouge reign have been reunited.

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The video was uploaded to the Channel 4 YouTube Channel, and the interview was conducted by Krishnan Guru-Murthy, the same reporter that caused Robert Downey Jr.

to walk out on his interview. The video shows an interview between Hong the older sister and Murthy as they go over what kind of person her sister was.

"She was very sweet and very nice to me," said Hong when Murthy began questioning her.

"I was very happy before when I lived with all my family," continued Hong as she began to get emotional while thinking about times before the Khmer Rouge took control over Cambodia.

Hong and her sister Bo were the only survivors that she knew out of her entire family during the hardships of the Khmer Rouge.

"Four decades ago, Cambodia suffered one of the worst atrocities of the twentieth century," read the caption of the video. "1.7 million people were killed during the Khmer Rouge's four-year reign of terror.

As well as the mass murders, hundreds of thousands of family members were forcibly separated from each other by Pol Pot's government, which did not believe in the institution of the family.

Thousands of them remain separated, not knowing where their siblings, parents or children are, or even if they are still alive."

Fast forward to Hong's appearance on a Cambodian television show where she recaps the events of her past. Then the moment happens where the two sisters meet after years.

"I've been waiting for you sister," said Bo in tears. For more of the touching reunion with a bigger surprise at the end check out the video below. To learn more about the Khmer Rouge reign click here.

Watch the touching video as the two sisters reunite below.