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Cambodian Rivals Get Closer to Deal Over Disputed Election

Cambodia's main opposition party leader Sam Rainy said a deal to end the deadlock over July's disputed parliamentarian election could end soon and a rally by its supporters went ahead on Tuesday without the violence and one man was shot dead on Sunday. Prime Minister Hun Sen met opposition leader Sam Rainsy for a second day of talks in a row and officials said they had agreed to look at reforms to institutions, but the long-serving premier still rejected the opposition proposal for an independent inquiry into the July election. VOA Khmer’s Say Mony reports from Phnom Penh.