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Military might

The armed forces (RCAF) should "expand and strengthen" their role in fighting

terrorism and involvement in UN peacekeeping missions, says Prime Minister Hun Sen.

In Kampong Speu province on January 10, Hun Sen cited "terrorism, cross-border

crime" and "illegal political and military organizations" as key threats

to national, regional and world security that must be addressed globally. The RCAF

has soldiers in Sudan, and Hun Sen has offered soldiers to Timor L'Este.



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