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Monks appeal to Cambodia king over contested election

20 September 2013 Last updated at 01:23 BST

About 200 monks were stopped by police in Phnom Penh as they marched to the king's palace to ask for a delay to the opening of parliament.

The country is locked in a political standoff after an election in July which was officially won by the ruling Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen's People's Party.

Ashleigh Nghiem reports.

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