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  • A 10th century Cambodian sandstone statue that was returned from the United States is seen on display at the Council of Ministers in Phnom Penh, June, 3, 2014. (VOA Khmer)
  • Dancers perform near three pieces of the 10th century Cambodian sandstone statues from the United States, during a handover ceremony at the Council of Ministers, in Phnom Penh, June, 3, 2014. (VOA Khmer)
  • A ceremony at the Council of Ministers in Phnom Penh to mark the return of three pieces of the 10th century Cambodian sandstone statues from the United States, June, 3, 2014. (VOA Khmer)
  • A 10th century Cambodian sandstone statue that was returned from the United States is draped with flowers at the Council of Ministers in Phnom Penh, June, 3, 2014. (VOA Khmer)
  • Three pieces of the 10th century Cambodian sandstone statues are seen at the Council of Ministers in Phnom Penh during a ceremony to mark their return from the United States, June, 3, 2014. (VOA Khmer)

Cambodian Statues Returned from the U.S.

Published June 03, 2014

Cambodia has held a ceremony to welcome the return of three 10th century sandstone statues from the United States.


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