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Kingdom marks Nat’l Day of Remembrance for Khmer Rouge genocide

Publication date 20 May 2022 | 11:38 | ICT

Cambodia on May 20 is observing the National Day of Remembrance, dedicated to the people who were murdered or lost their lives during the Khmer Rouge genocidal regime that lasted from April 17, 1975 to January 6, 1979.

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