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No Pay For deminers?

No Pay For deminers?

Wives of Cambodian deminers working in Sudan have told local media that their husbands

are not receiving their salaries from the government. It has been two months since

some 100 Cambodian demining troops were last paid, according to reports. Salaries

are usually received by the soldiers' wives or families in Cambodia, but they said

that this has not been happening. Defense Minister Tea Banh denied the claims and

said the ministry was doing a "proper job," and paying them promptly. 

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