A Khmer Rouge reference repository opens in Takeo

Publication date 27 July 2020 | 22:55 | ICT

A Khmer Rouge Research Office and Library opened in Takeo Province on Monday to promote research and raise awareness about the Democratic Kampuchea regime.

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