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September 15, 1998 | From Associated Press
Rival Cambodian parties Monday agreed to a meeting as a step toward ending a political deadlock, a mediator said, even as police and anti-government demonstrators clashed again in this capital. In two separate demonstrations Monday, the protesters demanded the ouster of leader Hun Sen, supporting opposition claims that he used fraud to win parliamentary elections July 26.
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September 15, 1998 | From Associated Press
Rival Cambodian parties Monday agreed to a meeting as a step toward ending a political deadlock, a mediator said, even as police and anti-government demonstrators clashed again in this capital. In two separate demonstrations Monday, the protesters demanded the ouster of leader Hun Sen, supporting opposition claims that he used fraud to win parliamentary elections July 26.
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September 11, 1998 | From Associated Press
A protest march through the Cambodian capital swelled into a major show of opposition to the government Thursday as thousands of people took to the streets despite violence earlier in the day. Street clashes resumed today, as ruling party supporters fired guns, threw rocks and swung clubs at vastly outnumbered opposition protesters. At least one person was killed and several wounded.
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September 11, 1998 | From Associated Press
A protest march through the Cambodian capital swelled into a major show of opposition to the government Thursday as thousands of people took to the streets despite violence earlier in the day. Street clashes resumed today, as ruling party supporters fired guns, threw rocks and swung clubs at vastly outnumbered opposition protesters. At least one person was killed and several wounded.
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