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New Briefs: KR Alleges U.S. Aid

New Briefs: KR Alleges U.S. Aid

PHOUM MALAI, (AP) - Two days before national elections it claims would "put

oil on the flames of war," the Khmer Rouge claimed the United States is planning

to send arms to its enemy, the State of Cambodia government.

Citing unidentified sources in Washington, Khmer Rouge spokesman Mak Ben said the

United States and unnamed allies "plan to supply weapons to the Vietnamese and

the puppets in Phnom Penh" to fight them and other opponents before and after

the elections.

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