Cambodia PM welcomes cruise passengers disembarking after two weeks at sea over virus fears | AFP

Passengers on a cruise ship that was turned away from ports around Asia over fears they could be carrying the new coronavirus finally began disembarking in Cambodia on Friday. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen says the country may not have much wealth but has “sympathy” for those onboard the ship. “Via Cambodia, people from 41 countries will travel to their countries and meet their families without fear,” he adds. + SEE ALSO VIDI1OZ5YB_EN AND VIDI1OZ5LE_EN+

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Myanmar’s State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi and Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen receive an honour guard as she visits the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh. IMAGES

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