Supporters of the opposition CNRP and relatives of the 16 men, women and children killed in a grenade attack during a protest rally in 1997, will hold a Buddhist ceremony today at the scene of the blasts in front of the old National Assembly in Phnom Penh. In a letter addressed to Phnom Penh Governor Pa Socheatvong, the CNRP said the Buddhist ceremony organized for the Pchum Ben festival would be “dedicated to the spirits of the heroic demonstrators who died during a terrorist grenade attack,” which occurred on March 30, 1997. “We ask the governor to give
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