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District Guards Back on Beat

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

Daun Penh security guards were back on their City Hall beat yesterday – and back to using violence against protesters.

Ocean Duo Faces New Charges

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

Two members of a notorious recruitment agency who have already been convicted of selling Cambodians as forced laborers yesterday faced additional charges of human trafficking.

Workers at Sun Well to Come Back

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

Nearly 1,000 workers from the Sun Well Shoes factory in Phnom Penh are to return to work today after protesting for more than two weeks, officials said, while four union members have been summoned to court for questioning over the strike.

Locals Block Excavators

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

More than 100 villagers in Kampot province’s Chhouk district gathered yesterday to stop three excavators allegedly owned by tycoon Chan Sothea’s agricultural company, which village representatives accuse of clearing more than 400 hectares of their farmland.

Deaths Not Work Related: NSSF

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

Investigators for the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) have found that two recent deaths of garment sector workers were not related to working conditions.

Conviction in Grisly Beating Death

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

A deputy village chief from Phnom Penh’s Por Senchey district was sentenced to 12 years in prison yesterday for killing his superior.

Parties agree on Kek for NEC seat

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

LICADHO president Pung Chhiv Kek has conditionally accepted a position as the ninth member of a reformed election body following a cross-party meeting yesterday, paving the way for the opposition to take its seats in parliament a year after Cambodia’s disputed election.

Human rights, lest we forget

(29-July-2014 / The Phnom Penh Post)

The end of the boycott of the National Assembly by the Cambodia National Rescue Party is a welcome development. The fact that both parties were able to finally come to the table and settle their disagreements should be welcomed. However, we cannot become complacent just because Cambodia’s political crisis has been signed away with a promise of reform of the National Election Commission.

Ringleaders Arrested Attempting to Smuggle Workers Into Thailand

(28-July-2014 / The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 58; Issue 80; Page 14)

Oddar Meanchey provincial court charged four men and a woman with human trafficking on Saturday for attempting to illegally smuggle 51 migrant workers into Thailand, officials said yesterday.

Odor Causes Nearly 200 Garment Workers to Faint at 2 Factories

(28-July-2014 / The Cambodia Daily ;Vol 58; Issue 80; Page 14)

More than 190 workers at two separate garment factories fainted at work on Friday and Saturday, both times after complaining of foul odors, union leaders and workers said.

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