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Cambodian Authorities Rearrest Prominent Union Leader

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Police in Cambodia re-arrested the prominent union leader Chhim Sithar. She has led a year-long strike outside the NagaWorld casino in the capital Phnom Penh. In January of this year, a month after the strikes began, she was arrested and spent 74 days in pretrial detention.
Published 2 months ago · Casino, Australia

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US joins protests over arrest of Cambodian labor leader

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — The United States has joined local human rights groups in Cambodia in calling for the release of a labor union leader who was involved in a year-long protest at a casino and arrested last week upon her return from a trip abroad.

2 months ago·United States
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US joins protests over arrest of Cambodian labor leader

The United States has joined local human rights groups in Cambodia in calling for the release of a labor union leader who was involved in a year-long protest at a casino and arrested last week upon her return from a trip abroad

2 months ago·United States
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US joins protests over arrest of Cambodian labor leader

The United States has joined local human rights groups in Cambodia in calling for the release of a labor union leader who was involved in a year-long protest at a casino and arrested last week upon her return from a trip abroad

2 months ago·San Diego, United States
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Cambodian Authorities Rearrest Prominent Union Leader

Chhim Sithar has led the year-long strike at NagaWorld, a glitzy casino and hotel complex in the capital Phnom Penh.

2 months ago·Tokyo, Japan
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