Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Cambodian-Americans Mourn Death of King Sihanouk



VOAVideo: Cambodian-Americans Mourn Death of King Sihanouk

Cambodian Americans are mourning the death of King Norodom Sihanouk, the country's effective ruler from 1953, at Cambodia's independence from France, to 1970, years of tumult. He survived the brutal Khmer Rouge takeover of the mid-1970s as well as years of exile. VOA's Jeff Swicord visited a temple of the Cambodian Buddhist Society in Silver Spring, Maryland, near Washington

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