Dozens of labor rights activists rallied in Bangkok on Friday to condemn the Cambodia government following a violent crackdown that cleared anti-government protests and sriking garmenr workers from the streets of Phnom Penh. The violence took at least five lives. (AP/Bangkok and Siem Reap)
In recent weeks the Cambodia government has cracked down on striking garment workers demanding a doubling of the minimum wage, as well as political opposition groups who accuse the ruling party of rigging the last election. VOA has the interview.