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In Brief: 139 deminers to return, 52 to leave

In Brief: 139 deminers to return, 52 to leave

Some

139 Cambodian deminers are set to arrive in Phnom Penh at 6:30am on

June 11 after working with the UN in Sudan for the past year, said Chan

Dararith, the deputy director of human resources for the Royal

Cambodian Armed Forces. He said 52 Cambodian deminers are set to

replace  them on June 9. Since 2006, Cambodia has sent 468 deminers to

Sudan.

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