Cambodian Garment Workers, Bloodied in Crackdown, Continue Wage Struggle

Cambodian garment workers and villagers block the main road demanding freedom for some worker activists who were arrested during a strike in Kambol village, on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia on Jan. 2 Photograph by Heng Sinith/AP Photo

Just over a month after a brutal police crackdown on striking Cambodian garment workers left at least five people dead, the country’s unions are calling for another strike in March, increasing the likelihood of further violence.

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