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    Posted January 4, 2014 by
    Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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    Four Shot Dead as Cambodian Police Open Fire on Workers Protests

    Cambodian police shot and killed at least four people and wounded nearly 40 others on Friday as they broke up a strike by garment workers in the first deadly violence since work stoppages began at factories 10 days ago over a dispute on minimum wages, eyewitnesses and rights groups said.

    A villager, who was among those shot at, said she fainted on being hit but when she regained consciousness, the police beat her.

    “When I was running, they shot at me and when I fainted, they poured water on me and assaulted me,” the female villager said. “I suffered under the Pol Pot regime but now Hun Sen’s regime attacked my children,” she said, referring to the Khmer Rouge leader's reign of terror from 1975 to 1979.

    The only one reason from garment worker is "want to get $160 of salary after the government had only added to $100 per month.

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