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Crowds demand justice in Chea Vichea slaying

Crowds demand justice in Chea Vichea slaying

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Crowds commemorate the fifth anniversary Thursday of the death of labour leader Chea Vichea, as they carry a portrait of the former Free Trade Union president and bouquets of flowers on a street in Phnom Penh.

Anger and sadness as hundreds of mourners gathered in Phnom Penh to mark the 2004 killing of union leader Chea Vichea.

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