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Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in the streets of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, demanding new elections and the step down of prime minister Hun Sen. Hun Sen claimed to have won the... [Item of the Day]
"Look, they're small, dusty, and they're not wearing any shoes." French fellow-travellers Jerome and Jocelyne Steinbach watched as the first Red Khmer soldiers entered the city of Phnom Penh on April... [Item of the Day]
The communist Red Khmer government that came to power in Cambodia in 1975 had to distinguish the new state from the old one. On 5 January 1976 a new constitution was announced for the new state,... [Item of the Day]