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Donation for attack victims

Donation for attack victims

The Editor,

Thanks to the dedicated work of the Phnom Penh Post, readers in Cambodia and around

the world have access to the voices of the distressed, those injured in their flesh

and frustrated in their ideals. Wishing that your newspaper succeeds in achieving

this aim and helps the weak, please find enclosed $175 for the March 30 victims and

$150 for the workers' union.

- Philippe Le Billon.

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