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Cambodian polls promise more of the same - for now

Voters in Cambodia go to the polls Sunday to take part in what has become a familiar ritual — the re-election of Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has been in the job for 28 years and says he hopes to rule for at least another decade.Full story

EU wants Cambodia to pay more for Khmer Rouge crimes court

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - The European Union is calling on Cambodia to come up with more cash for a Khmer Rouge war crimes tribunal, where resignations have slowed proceedings and some staff are threatening to strike after going for more than two months without pay. Full story

Cambodians throng to revered ex-king Sihanouk's cremation

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Cambodians gathered on Monday to pay their last respects to former King Norodom Sihanouk, a quixotic and much-loved figure who reigned during the country's struggle for independence but was powerless to prevent decades of war. Full story

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A woman prays during a gathering at a memorial stupa, with bones of more than 8,000 victims of the Khmer Rouge regime, at Choeung Ek on the outskirts of Phnom Penh
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