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Photographs: Election 98

Photographs: Election 98


Election 98
Photographs

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Al Rockoff

Ieng Sary still chuckling

 

Tim Page

Mo Sochua gets one

 

Chor Sokunthea

India ink for Buddhists

 

Peter Grant

Rainsy hoping for a liftoff

 

Chris Fontaine

One-by-one on the 27th

 

Tim Page

NICFEC on the job

 

David van der Veen

Helping the infirm was not a violation

 

Chan Vitharin

The pride of being purpled

 

Martin Wikfalk

Democratic-tech on the move

 

Al Rockoff

Aid for the monks

 

Chor Sokunthea

The count begins

 

Peter Grant

Smiling Samdech on the big day

 

David van der Veen

A well-oiled counting machine

 

Tim Page

Ready to go at 7am

 

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