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    Posted January 27, 2014 by
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    Phnom Penh, Cambodia

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    Protest in front of Ministry of Information

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     mrsara1, a 24-year-old Cambodian, shot several photos of the violent protests in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on January 27. He was participating in the march and protest near the Ministry of Information when police and protesters clashed, according to the Wall Street Journal. mrsara1 said some protesters were bleeding in the street and he heard people calling for help around him. "I want the world know about us, hear about us, help us, keep looking on us and respect us to the same human right," he said.

    mrsara1 took photos 2, 3, 4 and 7. The other images in his report are from social media and have not been verified by CNN.
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    Around 7 protestor was injures in front of the Ministry of Information at 27 Jan 2014 Cambodia.

    protest made by Mr. Mam Sonanda head of the voice of radio in Cambodia want to get one TV channel that talk about real news.

    Mr. om Sam art, Observer agent of Licadho Org was followed up with the activists told that most of the protestor was injure at the head and body by hit of the government securities team.

    The injured include the monk also. But the leader of voice radio Mr. Mam Sonando was escape with the safety.

    The government securities was break the protest with the electric stick and gas tear to protestor on the way in one hour in front of Ministry of Information 27th Jan 2014 10am.

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