When Indonesia’s dictator Dr Sukarno wanted to set up his own Olympic Games in 1962, he had two friends help him out – Kim Il-Sung, and Cambodia’s Nihodom Sihanouk.
Sihanouk, the so called ‘King-Father’ of Cambodia who died last week, didn’t have any gold medals to his name, although the totalitarian leader excelled elsewhere: he
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