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US broadcaster says Cambodia reverses radio curbs

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WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S.-government funded broadcasters are welcoming Cambodia's reversal of a ban on radio stations carrying foreign-produced programming in the local language during the campaign for upcoming elections. Last week FM stations were ordered to stop broadcasts from foreign-based networks in Khmer language during the monthlong campaign. That drew swift international criticism. The...

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