Protesters Clash With Police As Tension Rises Over Cambodia Electioni
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September 15, 2013 5:20 PM
Police used teargas, smoke grenades and water cannon to disperse opposition protesters after a rally on Sunday to push for an investigation into a July 28 election they accused of systematic fraud. A human rights worker claimed one protester shot dead and two others sustain bullet wounds to the legs as police moved in to arrest and disperse demonstrators. Police could not confirm the witness account. VOA Khmer, Phnom Penh. Video footage of VOA Khmer, Ap and Reuters)

Protesters Clash With Police As Tension Rises Over Cambodia Election

Published September 16, 2013

Police used teargas, smoke grenades and water cannon to disperse opposition protesters after a rally on Sunday to push for an investigation into a July 28 election they accused of systematic fraud. A human rights worker claimed one protester shot dead and two others sustain bullet wounds to the legs as police moved in to arrest and disperse demonstrators. Police could not confirm the witness account. VOA Khmer, Phnom Penh. Video footage of VOA Khmer, Ap and Reuters)