In a 'sham' election, Cambodia's controversial ruling party says it won every seat after dismissing the opposition party
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Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen extended his rule for another five years in an election critics have widely dismissed as a sham.  

His party said it had it had won all 125 parliamentary seats up for grabs, with a high voter turnout of 82%.

The US and the EU have threatened the country with economic sanctions, and rights groups have called the election "fundamentally flawed."

Hun Sen has been leading a crackdown on political opposition and independent media leading up...


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