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A ROYAL RETURN

A ROYAL RETURN

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In a widely celebrated royal return, Norodom Sihanouk reaches out to greet well-wishers

at the Phnom Penh airport after arriving from Beijing on October 20 with Queen Norodom

Monineath (rear) and his son King Norodom Sihamoni. Sihamoni, front right, told the

crowd he was excited to "have received the great honor" of taking over

the throne, scheduled to take place in a ceremony on October 29.

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