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In Brief: More visitors at genocide museums

Directors of Tuol Sleng and Chhoeung Ek museums say the number of

tourists visiting the museums has increased this year. Chey Sopheara,

director of Tuol Sleng, said the museum had 100 visitors on average per

day, 60 percent of which were foreigners. "It has increased 10 percent

compared with last year," he said.

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