Cambodians accuse sugar barons of land-grabbing

Villagers in Cambodia claim sugar barons are grabbing their land.

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    Villagers in Cambodia claim sugar barons are grabbing their land.

    The government has been working to resolve these long-standing accusations of exploitation.

    Evidence is being collected from three provinces, and the investigation is supposed to end next week.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Koh Kong, Cambodia.


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