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Fformer monarch set to return home

Fformer monarch set to return home

King Father Norodom Sihanouk and Queen Mother Norodom Monineath Sihanouk will return home from China in late March 2010. According to a post on Sihanouk’s Web site, the couple are expected to arrive in Siem Reap province before Khmer New Year. The former King is undergoing cancer treatment in Beijing for a condition called Lymphoma B. He said he must stay there for another three months for medical reasons. “I will probably return to Cambodia to live there with our King, our nation and our respected and beloved people,” he said. The two departed for China in early September.

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