PHNOM PENH - Opposition lawmakers in Cambodia on Friday ended a 10-month boycott of parliament, joining the assembly for the first time after reaching a breakthrough political deal with the country's ruling party.
Sam Rainsy, right, the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party leader, and deputy leader Kem Sokha, left, attend a meeting at the National Assembly in Phnom Penh on Friday. (EPA/Cambodia National Assembly photo)
Legislators from the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party had refused to take their seats after alleging results of last year's general election were rigged.
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