Kiwi arrested at demo in Cambodia - TVNZ, June 19, 2007
A New Zealander has been arrested in Cambodia, for demonstrating in support of two men convicted of murder. Cambodian police detained eight Westerners on Tuesday for protesting for the release of two men whom human rights campaigners say were framed for the 2004 murder of a prominent union leader...
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