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102-year-old Hungarian dies in Preah Sihanouk

A 102-year-old Hungarian woman died of natural causes yesterday morning while visiting her grandson in Sihanoukville, according to police.

Ember Obonne arrived in Cambodia on March 31 to visit her grandson who lives with his Cambodian wife in Sihanoukville, said Chum Sokhunthy, deputy chief of Preah Sihanouk police.

Obonne’s body was taken to the provincial referral hospital where doctors established a natural cause of death. Her family had her remains cremated yesterday, police said.

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