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TRACEY SHELTON

Vong Bunthoeun stands by the broken Wat Phnom clock last week as he and fellow municipality workers attempt to repair it. The clock used to be run by a large motor but was recently upgraded to a computerised system from China that keeps time via satellite. The maintenance team says it may take some days for them to work out how fix the clock but hope it will be ticking again by the end of the week.

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