Kem Sokha: Cambodian opposition leader freed from house arrest

Cambodian opposition leader Kem Sokha has been released from house arrest after being held for more than two years on treason charges.

The charges have not been lifted, however, and he remains banned from politics or leaving Cambodia.

Mr Sokha is accused of plotting to overthrow Hun Sen, who has been in power for more than three decades.

His opposition party has been outlawed giving the government full control of the Cambodian parliament.

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