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Sen David

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National News
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Sen David began her career as a journalist in 2009 working on online breaking news before joining the Post in 2010 as an intern and then reporter. David has focused on issues including the exploitation of Cambodian fishermen at sea, the abuse of Cambodian maids in Malaysia, the Kaoway factory shooting in Bavet, the rights of children and women and other social issues including industrial disputes. She has won two regional awards for her reporting and further developed her skills as a journalist by travelling to workshops in Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia.

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Kingdom's human trafficking ranking improves
Unions told to abide by dictates of new law
Ministry underscores aid to citizens abroad
Mother Nature hearing concludes in Koh Kong
Kampot factory employees protest workers’ dismissal
Chea Mony ends long run as FTU’s president

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