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Editor to apologize

Editor to apologize

The editor of the Sralanh Khmer newspaper is ready to apologize to King Father Norodom

Sihanouk and Queen Mother Monineath Sihanouk for causing offense by publishing an

article that attacked the royal family and Prime Minster Hun Sen. Palace officials

and the Ministry of Information reacted strongly to the article, suggesting they

would sue the newspaper. Thach Ket, the editor of Sralanh Khmer, said he regretted

the article and would print a correction and apology.

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