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Corrections

In a story titled 'Money woes take spotlight, but flurry of work ongoing in

preparation of KR trial' (Post, April 8-21, 2005, page 2) the 1950 Nuremberg

Charter was sighted as a legal document that has been translated into Khmer. In

fact, it was a set of principles of the Nuremberg Tribunal (1945-46) adopted by

the UN's International Law Commission in 1950.

In a story titled

'Sokimex negotiating ticket rights to six more temples' (Post, March 11-24,

2005, page 4), executive director of the Apsara Authority, Bun Narith, was

attributed with saying that the annual ticketing revenue from the Ministry of

Tourism and the Ministry of Fine Arts and Culture was $10,000 to $20,000 before

Sokimex took over. This should have read $100,000 to $200,000.

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