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    Cambodia Tensions Escalate Amid Protest Bani
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    January 08, 2014 8:47 PM
    Cambodia has banned anti-government demonstrators from holding protests after last week’s deadly clashes with police that left four people dead. But as striking garment workers vow to continue their vigil, and the political opposition keeps up its campaign against the government, many worry more conflict is likely. Rick Valenzuela reports on the political situation in the Cambodia capital.

    Cambodia Tensions Escalate Amid Protest Ban

    Published January 08, 2014

    Cambodia has banned anti-government demonstrators from holding protests after last week’s deadly clashes with police that left four people dead. But as striking garment workers vow to continue their vigil, and the political opposition keeps up its campaign against the government, many worry more conflict is likely. Rick Valenzuela reports on the political situation in the Cambodia capital.


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