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Correction

Correction

The photo of Banteng in the story "R'kiri game hunting park approved", appearing in the March 3 edition of The Phnom Penh Post,  was not taken by Michael Hayes nor was it taken last month. The photo was taken by a camera trap set up by the Wildlife Protection Office during its wildlife survey conducted in 2006.

The Post would also like to clarify that in the article "Lawyers seek PM's testimony" published March 2, defence lawyers for Nuon Chea requested co-investigating judges interview the prime minister, King Father Norodom Sihanouk, Heng Samrin and Chea Sim as witnesses to their client's case, not as suspects in a criminal investigation.

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