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Commemoration on Veng Sreng

A small ceremony held by activists and monks from the Independent Monk Network for Social Justice (IMNSJ) was held yesterday near the Canadia garment factory complex on the outskirts of Phnom Penh. A group of around fifty people, a mix of monks and citizens, gathered to show their support for the four dead and the twenty-three detainees still being held by the government after deadly clashes early in January. The group gathered as the sun set, lighting candles and incense. Though bail hearings for the detainees are scheduled later this month, little is known about what fate awaits them.

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Crackdowns in Phnom Penh

The last few days have been some of the most dramatic in Cambodia’s recent history. Not since 1998 has the country seen such violence. Wide-spread and large-scale protests combined with strong anti-government sentiments created a powder keg environment, and the police crackdown on garment factory workers, and others protesting on their behalf, was the spark that set it all off.

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CNRP starts first day of protests

Cambodian National Rescue Party starts its second 3-day protest against the irregularities in the July 2013 Parliamentary Elections, with a gathering in Freedom Park and a march to the UN OHCHR office to deliver a petition with over 2 million thumbprints collected in the last weeks all over the country.

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Clashes break out last night in Phnom Penh

An altercation between angry commuters trying to get home past road blocks degenerated in to chaos, protestors threw projectiles at riot police who responded with tear gas and live rounds. One protestor was shot dead, and people were injured, the fighting lasted well into the night, with the last reported outbreak around 1.30 am.

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Clashes between CNRP supporters and police after a day of protest

An attempt of passing through a barricade, that were blocking the riverside of Phnom Penh, were stopped by police using Tear Gas and Water Cannons against a thousand CNRP supporters.

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CNRP supporters continue their protest through the streets of Phnom Penh.

Hundreds of Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) supporters marched from Freedom Park to the Royal Palace and Wat Phnom. Supporters confronted police and passed through barricades that were meant to prevent people from marching.

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Cambodia opposition start three-day protest to contest election result

Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy started a planned three-day protest with a march through the streets of Phnom Penh together with thousands of supporters to contest the election results.

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Opposition leader Sam Rainsy starts his campaign around Cambodia

After 4 years of self-exile and with just one week left before the elections, CNRP (Cambodia National Rescue Party) leader Sam Rainsy starts a seven days campaign tour travelling through 15 of Cambodia’s 24 provinces. Thomas followed Rainsy (and vice president Kem Sokha) for 2 days together with Cambodia Daily's journalists Phorn Bopha and Zsombor Peter in Kompong Speu, Takeo, Kampot and Sihanoukville.

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