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In Brief: Activist challenges deputy PM to help

In Brief: Activist challenges deputy PM to help

Human rights activist Heang Riththy, president of the Cambodian National Research Organisation, has called on Defence Minister Tea Banh to identify the owner of a black Toyota truck he claims contained people who threatened to shoot him in September. In a letter to Tea Banh, he identified the number of the military licence plate as 2-9916 and said 20 to 30 people witnessed the attempted assault.

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