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In Brief: Prince ranariddh goes online

In Brief: Prince ranariddh goes online

Prince Norodom Ranariddh launched his own website Monday. Spokesman and

team leader Chea Chanboribo told the Post Tuesday that the site would

include documents and photos relating to the prince and his work."It is

very important for the prince to have his own website," Chea Chanboribo

said. "He has left politics, so he needs to inform people about his

activities." The web address is: www.norodomranariddh.org.

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