“The economic development will not remain intact if the development is made without justice,” said Pa Chanroeun.
The development comes amid an ongoing press crackdown by the government that has seen the shuttering of independent news organizations and radio stations in the country
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Labor rights advocates say Malaysia's factories are rife with migrant workers in debt bondage and that more companies could face similar bans
Hong Kong police have denied they are targeting journalists but said there is room for improvement in the coordination between police and the media
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Forced displacement has reached record heights, with nearly 71 million people uprooted from their homes because of war and persecution, agency says
Another common concern among critics is that the center will combine government's alleged bias with the power to sue and arrest