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In Brief: Schools celebrate europe day

Students from four universities in Phnom Penh celebrated Europe Day

Thursday by watching documentaries about European history and learning

about the EU's activities in Cambodia and other countries. "The EU is

still Cambodia's biggest development partner in terms of grant aid,"

Andrew Mace, ambassador of the United Kingdom and representative of the

Council of the European Union said at Pannasatra University. Cambodia

University, the Royal University of Phnom Penh and the Royal University

of Law and Economic also celebrated the occasion.

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