FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — In fast-developing Phnom Penh, land is at a premium, and it’s the poor who pay the price for high-end development.
It is not a new story. Around 250,000 Cambodians were evicted from their homes between 2005 and 2009, according to local human-rights groups. Read more from Read more from Faine Greenwood at Global Post.
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