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Cambodian journalists held for 'espionage'

18 Nov 2017 at 17:00

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A worker paints over the logo of the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party at its headquarters in Phnom Penh on Friday after the Supreme Court ordered the party dissolved on what critics of the Hun Sen regime said were spurious charges. (EPA Photo)

PHNOM PENH: Two Cambodian journalists who worked for US-funded Radio Free Asia were charged with espionage on Saturday, the latest targets in an intensifying crackdown on perceived opponents of strongman Hun Sen.

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