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In Brief: Money for dead, wounded soldiers

At a recent cabinet meeting Prime Minister Hun Sen announced his plan to reward Cambodian soldiers wounded in last week's clash at Preah Vihear with US$2,074 each and the families of dead soldiers with $8,244. Hun Sen and his cabinet marked the deaths of three Cambodian soldiers in the recent firefight on the border with one minute of silence. VONG SOKHENG

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