Cambodian Villagers Dispute Government Findings, Blame Deaths on Polluted Water

Not everyone who died or fell ill could have been sickened by rice wine, they say.

Villagers in Cambodia’s Kratie province today urged that authorities take action to clean a polluted river, disputing government findings that village deaths first blamed on contaminated water had been caused by drinking bootleg wine, sources in the country said.

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