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Obama does Cambodia

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Tracey Shelton

Democrats Abroad Cambodia chair Wayne

Weightman speaks to around 80 American expatriates beside Chruoy

Changvar bridge in Phnom Penh on Sunday morning. The rally in support

of US presidential candidate Barack Obama is part of a worldwide

campaign known as the "Obama Bridge Project". So far supporters from 40

countries have gathered at 77 bridges. Cambodia recorded the biggest

turnout in Asia so far.

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