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America, Japan and Europe made Hun Sen a billionaire too.

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"Hun Sen is one of the world’s longest serving heads of state, and has been regularly criticized by political opponents and human rights groups for monopolizing power and brutally crushing dissent. His supporters say he has helped stabilize the country"

Yeah, he's helped stabilize the country, just like Saddam Hussein stabilized Iraq. Time for him to go.

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Time for him to go.

Time for Team America, World Police! Raise the guns of war!

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These are the best comments of the Day LOL

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show 95 percent of children enter primary school but only 20 percent finish secondary school.


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