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Landless go home

A group of 272 farmers from Poipet who had protested the alleged seizure of their

land by authorities seeking to build a casino returned to Poipet after nine fruitless

months of protests to get their land back. Their return to Poipet was funded with

a donation of $20 per family from King Norodom Sihanouk and $4,000 from the US Embassy

in Phnom Penh.



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