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New newspaper to open

A new monthly newspaper called Khmer Today  will make its debut in the Kingdom on Monday after it received a license from the Ministry of Information yesterday. Mam Sitha, director of Independent Anti-Corruption Committee, a local anti-corruption organisation and a board member of the newspaper, told The Post that the content will be “neutral”, focusing on corruption, human rights and land violations. She added that it will be free for its first three months.

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