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An army's anniversary

An army's anniversary

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Photo by: Heng Chivoan

A Cham Muslim joins several hundred members of the ruling Cambodian People's Party (CPP) at a gathering Tuesday at Hun Sen Park to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the founding of its United Front for the National Salvation of Kampuchea (UFNSK), the armed forces that, backed by Vietnamese troops, toppled the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979. The event was presided over by Chea Sim, chairman of the CPP, Prime Minister Hun Sen and National Assembly President Heng Samrin, all senior founders of the UFNSK.

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