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Khmer Kill Khmer…

At least 3 people were shot dead and several were severely injured by hundreds of bullets fired by armed forces during a brutal crackdown in the morning of January 3rd on barricades set up by thousands of striking workers on Veng Sren road, in the industrial area of Phnom Penh. Several others were arrested and subsequently tasered, beaten up or beaten unconscious.

The confrontation continued through midday.

13 Responses to “Khmer Kill Khmer…”

  1. […] Reportage du photographe de Magnum John Vink ; – du New York Times ; – ou de Stéphanie Gée pour […]

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  2. […] the brutal crackdown (see HERE) yesterday on striking workers at Veng Sreng road in the industrial area of Phnom Penh, resulting […]

    © John Vink / Magnum Photos » The Rules Are Realigned… - January 4th, 2014 at 2:15 pm

  3. […] attended a ceremony honouring the workers killed during the Veng Sreng road crackdown (see HERE) at the CNRP headquarters. At the issue of the ceremony Sam Rainsy vowed to continue to put […]

    © John Vink / Magnum Photos » A Straight Line But Avoiding Traps… - January 5th, 2014 at 1:34 pm

  4. […] way to the French Embassy to ask help for the release of those arrested the previous days (see HERE and […]

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  5. […] John Vink conta o que viu na cena do confronto: […]

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  6. […] were heard came from fireworks, and the workers that were seen being beaten to unconsciousness (see HERE) were only part of a carefully organised choreography to instill fear and […]

    © John Vink / Magnum Photos » CNRP Press Conference… - January 7th, 2014 at 1:08 pm

  7. […] the release of the 23 people who were arrested during the recent crackdown on striking workers (see HERE and HERE), to halt violence by the authorities and a wage rise to $US160. The press conference was […]

    © John Vink / Magnum Photos » Reassessing, Remobilising, Same Requests… - January 10th, 2014 at 11:58 am

  8. […] The Boeung Kak lake community organised a buddhist ceremony to commemorate the striking garment workers killed during the violent crackdown by the army of January 3rd (see HERE). […]

    © John Vink / Magnum Photos » Unfading Memories… - January 15th, 2014 at 5:52 pm

  9. […] during the violent crackdown by the army on January 3rd of a garment worker’s strike (see HERE), wrapped up this morning with over 200 monks, many from the Independent Monks Network, praying and […]

    © John Vink / Magnum Photos » Unfading Memories… The Next Day… - January 16th, 2014 at 12:03 pm

  10. […] John Vink opisuje co widział na miejscu starć: […]

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  11. […] and union leaders who were arrested on January 2nd and 3rd during a violent crackdown (see HERE) by the army on a workers’ strike which also resulted in at least 4 being killed by bullets […]

    © John Vink / Magnum Photos » NO BAIL!!! - February 11th, 2014 at 11:56 am

  12. […] and union leaders who were arrested on January 2nd and 3rd during a violent military crackdown (see HERE) on striking workers demanding a 160$/month […]

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  13. […] arrested during the violent military crackdown on striking workers on January 2nd and 3rd (see HERE) were found guilty but with suspended […]

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