Cambodian PM orders border security beef-up after fatal shootings in Vietnam

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen (pic) on Friday (June 16) ordered authorities to beef up border security after recent fatal shootings in Vietnam’s Central Highlands.

Speaking during a get-together with some 18,000 factory workers here, Hun Sen said an armed gang simultaneously attacked two commune headquarters in Cu Kuin district of Vietnam’s Dak Lak province on June 11, leaving several commune officials and police dead.

“Now, this armed gang’s members are on the run, and I’m concerned that they will possibly flee to Cambodia,” he said.

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