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Khmer Post rejection

The United States-based director of Khmer Post radio has rejected accusations from Chhang Song, the former spokesman for the Lon Nol government, that the station is attempting to foment revolution against the government. Chhang Song, who also lives in the US, made the accusations in an email to Information Minister Khieu Kanharith that was published by the government’s Agence Kampuchea Presse last week. “This is just defamation and disinformation,” Khmer Post director Meach Sovannara said yesterday.

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