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Phnom Penh after the elections

WARNING The slideshow contains graphic images. On Sunday night 29-year-old Mao Sok Chan died a few meters from where I was filming and taking pictures of violent clashes between what was ostensibly a mingled group of frustrated commuters unable to … Continue reading

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Election Day in Cambodia

Below is a selection of images of the scenes around Stung Meanchey polling station yesterday. Sunday morning, I followed the venerable Loun Sovath as he voted in the national elections. These stood a great chance of being historic polls — … Continue reading

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Sam Rainsy Returns to Cambodia

The arrival yesterday of Sam Rainsy marks a shift in the political landscape of Cambodia. Rainsy is the leader of the opposition and had been living for almost four years in self imposed exile in France after being sentenced to … Continue reading

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