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A brutal tale of profit and dispossession in Cambodia

08 May 2018
This film focuses on life in Cambodia over a six-year period from 2009 to 2015, documenting the forcible evictions of poor families at the Boeung Kak Lake in Phnom Penh.

Climate change displaces millions and is set to get worse, says new report

02 November 2017
Climate change is already driving millions of people from their homes in poorer countries around the world.

Anger grows in Cambodia after corrupt regime tries to rig election

06 August 2013
Owen Gower says an electoral challenge in Cambodia has led to jubilation—but there is still pressure to contain protest

Garment workers strike back in Cambodia

03 August 2010
Some 3,000 garment workers in Cambodia struck last week in defence of a suspended union rep.

Yes, I knew Chas & Dave

15 December 2001
Charles Clarke, chairman (unelected) of the Labour Party, last week declared his love for the US under George W Bush. In his youth, he admitted, "I was a strong opponent of the foreign policy of the US," and campaigned over issues such as US support for fascist states in Greece, Spain and Portugal, US support for dictatorships in Latin America, and the use of US troops in Cambodia and Vietnam.

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