KI-Media2 KI Media ប៉ុណ្ណឹងហើយនៅទ្រាំដល់ណាទៀត? – How m uch more can you take?

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A police officer holds a woman during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers push back residents of the Boeung Kak Lake community to prevent them from reaching Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house during a protest in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and are also appealing for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers push residents of the Boeung Kak Lake community during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and are also appealing for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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A woman protests in front of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) headquarters in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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A woman is dragged by police officers during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers push back women to prevent them from reaching Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house during a protest in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers push back women to prevent them from reaching Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house during a protest in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers push back women to prevent them from reaching Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house during a protest in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers hold a woman during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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A woman is dragged by police officers during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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A woman protests in front of the Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) headquarters in Phnom Penh April 29, 2013. Boeung Kak lake residents and other communities embroiled in land disputes in the capital, gathered and appealed for Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s help after they were threatened with eviction to pave way for private luxurious property developments. They also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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A woman cries during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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A woman is dragged by police officers during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers block a Boeung Kak Lake community resident to prevent her from reaching Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house during a protest in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Police officers block residents of the Boeung Kak Lake community to prevent them from reaching Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house during a protest in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and also appealed for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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A woman, bleeding from an injury she said she received during a clash with police officers, cries during a protest near Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s house in Phnom Penh April 22, 2013. The residents of Boeung Kak Lake have been embroiled in a long-running land dispute with a real estate development firm in the capital, and are also appealing for the release of another resident, Yorm Bopha, from prison. REUTERS/Samrang Pring


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