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    VOA Khmer
    20 November 2012
    President Obama arrived in Cambodia late on Monday for the annual ASEAN [Association of Southeast Asia Nations] and East Asia meetings. He met with Cambodian Premier Hun Sen and held what was described as a ‘tense’ discussion about human rights. While the government said Cambodia was being ‘framed’ by such exaggerated concerns, police forces kept demonstrators far from the scene. Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh.

    Police Blocked Protesters Away From President Obama Venue

    VOA Khmer

    Published 20.11.2012

    President Obama arrived in Cambodia late on Monday for the annual ASEAN [Association of Southeast Asia Nations] and East Asia meetings. He met with Cambodian Premier Hun Sen and held what was described as a ‘tense’ discussion about human rights. While the government said Cambodia was being ‘framed’ by such exaggerated concerns, police forces kept demonstrators far from the scene. Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh.


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