Cambodia charges environment activists with insulting the king

A court in Cambodia has charged three environmental activists with plotting against the government and insulting the king.

The members of the group Mother Nature were arrested after they documented waste run-off into Phnom Penh’s Tonle Sap river.

Cambodia’s law against insulting the king is relatively new and it is not clear how the activists have done so.

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