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    10 February 2016
    President Barack Obama says an attack on one religious faith is an attack on all faiths. He spoke during his first visit to a U.S. mosque as president in Baltimore, Maryland. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
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    Video Visiting Mosque, Obama Condemns Violence Against Muslim Americans

    President Barack Obama says an attack on one religious faith is an attack on all faiths. He spoke during his first visit to a U.S. mosque as president in Baltimore, Maryland. VOA Khmer's Cheoung Pochin narrates.
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    Video 12 Pacific Rim Countries Sign TPP Trade Deal, But Roadblocks Remain

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    Video Flint Water Crisis Turns Into Political Issue

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    Video Oil Prices Continue to Drop, but Production Stays High

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    Video IMF Adds China’s Yuan to Group of World’s Top Currencies

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    Video US Ambassador Meets With Opposition Vice President

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    Video US Party Activist Wants Africans Immigrants to Get Involved

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    Video Frank Sinatra Remembered in Small Hometown

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    Video Calls for Justice in Shooting of Phnom Penh Scrap Metal Collector

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    Video Presidential Contenders Make Final Push for Votes in Iowa

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    Video Taiwan President Elect to Face "Ominous" China

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    Video Iraqi Refugee Family Finds Success with Cambodia Restaurant

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    Video Presidential Candidates Woo Iowa Voters Ahead of Key Vote

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    Video Presidential Contenders Make Final Push in Iowa

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    Video Global Warming, El Nino Combine to Fuel Extreme World Weather

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    Video US Secretary of State Visits Amid Ongoing Political Tension, Rights Concerns

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    US Ambassador to Cambodia William Heidt met with the vice president of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party, Kem Sokha, on Monday, on a broad range of issues, including recent political tensions. VOA Khmer's Pin Sisovann reports.

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    Save Face (Movie: Just Go With It)i
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    03 November 2014
    You can say, "I can't believe he's not accepting responsibility for his mistakes. To 'save face' he continues to make excuses for himself." What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to www.youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish or www.khmer.voanews.com/maniandmori. To contact Mani & Mori - write to them at maniandmori@gmail.com.
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    Video Save Face (Movie: Just Go With It)

    You can say, "I can't believe he's not accepting responsibility for his mistakes. To 'save face' he continues to make excuses for himself." What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish. To contact Mani & Mori - write to them at maniandmori@gmail.com.
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    Video You've Got To Be Kidding (Movie: Bedtime Stories)

    You can say, "What? You lost your passport? So, you're stranded in a foreign country, where you don't speak the language and you don't know anyone? You've got to be kidding me, right?" What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish.
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    Video All Thumbs (Movie: Minority Report)

    You can say, "I was 'all thumbs' this morning when trying to tie this tie - I kept making mistakes and just couldn't figure a way to pull it together." What does it mean? Watch here.
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    Video Carry Out (Movie: Jane Eyre)

    You can say, "He has many strong qualities as a leader and under his leadership I think he will successfully 'carry out' the new mission and vision for this company." What does it mean? Watch here. For more videos - go to youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish.
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    Video A Wake Up Call (Movie: Limitless)

    You can say, "The visit to the doctor was definitely 'a wake up call' for him. The heavy drinking, smoking, and partying every night needs to stop." What does it mean? For more videos - go to www.youtube.com/KhmerSpecialEnglish. To contact Mani & Mori - write to them at maniandmori@gmail.com.
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