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Hun Sen hit from behind

THE CAR carrying Prime Minister Hun Sen was rear-ended as he drove into the National

Assembly on Tuesday, May 25, by a vehicle driven by his bodyguards according to the

Khmer language newspaper Monesekar Khmer.

The paper quoted Hun Sen as saying that his staff had not been taking enough care

over their driving. It also reported that he was unhurt but extremely angry about

the incident. Meanwhile all the bodyguards involved in the incident blamed one another

for the collision.

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