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Cambodia remembers Khmer Rouge victims

More than 300 people marked April 17 - the 32nd anniversary of the Khmer Rouge taking

power in Phnom Penh - with a memorial service for victims of the regime. Organized

by the Sam Rainsy Party, the commemoration was held at Choeung Ek and led by 32 Buddhist

monks. Participants demanded an end to the delay in the start of UN-backed trials.

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