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Hun

a member of any of several Asiatic nomadic peoples speaking Mongoloid or Turkic languages who dominated much of Asia and E Europe from before 300 bc, invading the Roman Empire in the 4th and 5th centuries ad
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But Kem Sokha said the conversation was nothing but the leaders of two parties talking over issues and said he pledged nothing to Hun Sen.
Hun Sen went on to accuse Rainsy of wanting to 'break the nation', telling him to 'please apologise to the people because you launched the policy to eliminate Hun Sen'.
Ranariddh, a son of former King Norodom Sihanouk and a former leader of the royalist FUNCINPEC party, served as ''first prime minister'' in a dual-premier, power-sharing arrangement with Hun Sen after the 1993 general election.
On Friday, speaking at an event titled 'Cambodia on the Brink' in Australia's capital, self-exiled opposition deputy leader Mu Sochua said that if she were Prime Minister Hun Sen, she 'would be brave' enough to ask her and her opposition colleagues, self-exiled former leader Sam Rainsy and jailed party head Kem Sokha, to compete in the upcoming election.
Building upon cultural and civilisational linkages, EAM @SushmaSwaraj called on Prime Minister of Cambodia Samdech Hun Sen and discussed issues of mutual interest related to development partnership, trade and investment, HRD and people-to-people contacts," EAM spokesperson Raveesh Kumar, lettered in a Twitter post.
A crackdown on critics of Hun Sen, the world's longest serving prime minister, has already led to the dissolution of the main opposition party and curbs on some independent media, prompting criticism from Western donors.
Just hours after arriving at Clark International Airport (CIA) on Saturday, Hun Sen was able to meet Marian at a welcome dinner hosted by former Pres.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen arrives at Clark International Airport on Saturday, Nov.
A case in point is Strangio's handling of the rise of the Sokimex Group--a conglomerate that encompasses interests from petroleum to hospitality services, including the concession to operate Angkor Archeological Park--the owners of which won Hun Sen's favor by making gasoline available to the Cambodian People's Party forces during the 1997 coup (131-135).
There are probably several reasons why a critical biography of Hun Sen has not appeared previously, apart from the consideration that a "frank and fearless" text might lead to an author's finding it difficult to return to Cambodia.
We are pleased that Hun has selected DAX to underlie the first European ETF in China.
Hun Sen's remarks came after rumors across social media on Sunday that he had a massive stroke on Friday afternoon and had been rushed to Calmette Hospital before being sent to Singapore for medical treatment.