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Brothel demolition

Brothel demolition

A section of ramshackle squatter housing and brothels on Sothearos Boulevard was

demolished on July 6 as part of the Municipal Government's ongoing city beautification

effort.. The area, next to the site of recent fire that resulted in the relocation

of more than 2700 people, is to be a park.

Rainsy writes

Opposition leader Sam Rainsy has published his first Khmer-language book, a political

tract titled "Light of Justice". The initial copy run hit bookstores on

July 9.

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