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Show evidence of Chinese military base, critics told

Publication date 26 October 2020 | 23:33 | ICT

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Monday said he had had enough of certain countries and opposition groups claiming Cambodia had allowed China to base its military in Cambodia and dared critics to show clear evidence.

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