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Cambodian Police Hold Land Rights Activists Over 'Black Monday' Protest - We Resist.

17.8.16

Cambodian Police Hold Land Rights Activists Over 'Black Monday' Protest - We Resist.: A family member told RFA’s Khmer Service that police questioned Tep Vanny and Bov Sophea about the source behind the Black Monday campaign, how they obtained the dummies and even about the source of their earrings.

“The authorities wanted to know where they got the materials for making the dummies, the Cambodian flags and other tools for the campaign,” Bov Sophoan told RFA.


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