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Corrections

In our November 14 issue we want to correct the following.

In the Q and A with Son Soubert, Soubert said it was his father who was "King

Sihanouk's old friend," not he himself. Also, Soubert said he did not flee to

France with his brother and his mother. He fled with his brother and a female friend

of the family.

On page 6, in the historical photo, the photo of Ieng Sary was misidentified. Ieng

Sary is in the front row, third from left.

In the story "Married Couple Face War Crimes Charges" the court has made

no announcement regarding whether the Iengs will be tried together or separately.

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