Cambodia Activist Kem Ley’s Murder Trial BeginsBBC
A trial has begun in Cambodia of a man charged with killing prominent activist and government critic Kem Ley, who was shot dead at a petrol station in the capital Phnom Penh in July 2016. Police said at the time it was a dispute over money. But there are suspicions that the murder was politically motivated. Political tensions have been rising between long-time Prime Minister Hun Sen and the opposition ahead of June elections.
Three Compete to Run Hong Kong, Balancing Beijing Masters and Calls for Democracy
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