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Teenager shot dead in land dispute

By Phak Seangly, The Pnhom Penh Post, 29 July 2014

A Royal Cambodian Armed Forces soldier shot a 19-year-old farmer dead in Preah Vihear province’s Kulen district on Sunday during a disagreement over a neighbour’s apparent land dispute, witnesses and authorities said yesterday. 637 more words

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Workers at Sun Well to come back

By Mom Kunthear, The Pnhom Penh Post, 29 July 2014

Nearly 1,000 workers from the Sun Well Shoes factory in Phnom Penh are to return to work today after protesting for more than two weeks, officials said, while four union members have been summonsed to court for questioning over the strike. 106 more words

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Workers faint: Mysterious smell lurks in factory

By Mom Kunthear, The Pnhom Penh Post, 29 July 2014

After nearly 140 people fainted over the weekend at a factory in Kandal province, 50 more at the same factory passed out yesterday. 122 more words

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District guards back on beat

By Khouth Sophak Chakrya, The Pnhom Penh Post, 29 July 2014

Daun Penh security guards were back on their City Hall beat yesterday – and back to using violence against protesters. 418 more words

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Fire at garment factory kills 1

By Pech Sotheary, The Pnhom Penh Post, 29 July 2014

An early-morning blaze killed one Chinese national and injured three others at a garment factory in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district yesterday. 463 more words

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Fire destroys dozens of homes

By Pech Sotheary, The Pnhom Penh Post, 28 July 2014

A slum fire in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district gutted some 35 homes yesterday, launching a frantic rescue effort and ultimately displacing scores of families, officials and aid workers said at the scene yesterday. 447 more words

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Hospital discharges guards

By Khouth Sophak Chakrya and Alice Cuddy, The Pnhom Penh Post, 28 July 2014

All of the security guards who were injured during a violent protest next to Freedom Park earlier this month, many of whom were said by the government to be in “critical condition” less than two weeks ago, have now been discharged from hospital. 317 more words

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