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In Brief: Fidh speak out over dey krahorm

In Brief: Fidh speak out over dey krahorm

THE Paris-based International Federation of Human Rights (FIDH) has

strongly denounced the January 24 eviction of the Dey Krahorm community

in central Phnom Penh following a visit to the city and meetings with

local authorities. In a letter sent Wednesday to Prime Minister Hun

Sen, quoted in a statement released Wednesday, the organisation called

for all those responsible for the violent action to be "held

accountable for every violation of Cambodian law".

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