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Nine Injured as Housing Demonstrators Clash With Policei
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February 14, 2014 9:08 PM
Nine people were injured, three of them seriously, when housing rights demonstrators clashed with police on Friday morning. About 50 evictees from the Borei Keila neighborhood of Phnom Penh tried to position themselves in a building development at the site of their former homes, when they ran into police. “They came and beat everybody,” said Sor Sorn, one of the protesters. Among those injured was a pregnant woman. The injured were taken to the offices of the rights group Licadho before they were moved to local health clinics. Borei Keila residents have been in a conflict with the development company, Phanimex, since 2007. (Kong Sothanarith, Phnom Penh)

Nine Injured as Housing Demonstrators Clash With Police

Published February 15, 2014

Nine people were injured, three of them seriously, when housing rights demonstrators clashed with police on Friday morning. About 50 evictees from the Borei Keila neighborhood of Phnom Penh tried to position themselves in a building development at the site of their former homes, when they ran into police. “They came and beat everybody,” said Sor Sorn, one of the protesters. Among those injured was a pregnant woman. The injured were taken to the offices of the rights group Licadho before they were moved to local health clinics. Borei Keila residents have been in a conflict with the development company, Phanimex, since 2007. (Kong Sothanarith, Phnom Penh)