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    VOA Khmer
    21 September 2012
    Boeung Kak and Borei Keila villagers embroiled in longstanding land disputes with two private companies in Phnom Penh say the authorities are protecting business interests over the public, as thousands of families lose their homes under forced evictions. This has turned the protesters and government officials into adversaries, leading to increased tensions, the residents say. Say Mony, Phnom Penh.

    As Tensions Grow, Residents Pitted Against Authorities, ‘Not Companies’

    VOA Khmer

    Published 22.09.2012

    Boeung Kak and Borei Keila villagers embroiled in longstanding land disputes with two private companies in Phnom Penh say the authorities are protecting business interests over the public, as thousands of families lose their homes under forced evictions. This has turned the protesters and government officials into adversaries, leading to increased tensions, the residents say. Say Mony, Phnom Penh.