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Pressure grows for US to cut aid to Cambodia

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers and human rights activists are pushing for a cut in the more than $70 million in annual U.S. aid to Cambodia if its prime minister, Hun Sen, extends his 28-year rule in unfair elections this month. Whether one of Asia's longest-serving and most ruthless leaders cares much is another matter. His political strength has only grown since the last election in 2008 and...

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