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In Brief: US reviews CAmbodia terror risk

In Brief: US reviews CAmbodia terror risk

Porous borders, endemic corruption and "disaffected elements within the Cham Muslim population" are among the factors that make Cambodia vulnerable to terrorism, according to a report released last Thursday by the US State Department. US embassy spokesman John Johnson said the report, which lauds Cambodia's "political leadership" and "strong commitment to aggressive legal action against terrorists", was based on "information provided by the embassy".


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