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PM marks 44th anniversary of ‘resistance journey’

Publication date 20 June 2021 | 21:41 | ICT

June 20, 2021 marked the 44th anniversary of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s “resistance journey” to liberate the nation from the Khmer Rouge on June 20, 1977.

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