Thursday News Roundup

From The Phnom Penh Post
Chinese premier to pay Cambodia official visit
Chinese Premier Le Keqiang – the No. 2 politician in the Chinese government – will visit Phnom Penh for an official visit next week.


From RFA
Cambodian Family Still Mourns Missing Son on Crackdown’s Fourth Anniversary
The family of a young Cambodian missing since police fired on striking garment workers four years ago still hopes for answers to his fate, fearing he may have been killed and his body destroyed by authorities seeking to cover up evidence of his death.


From The Sydney Morning Herald
Canberra quiet over accused spy James Ricketson case in Cambodia
Bangkok: While accused Australian spy James Ricketson languishes unwell in one of Cambodia’s harshest jails the Turnbull government insists it cannot intervene in his case.

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