Cambodia opposition leader flees government crackdown

Mu Sochua, the deputy leader of Cambodia's main opposition party, has fled the country, fearing she would be arrested amid a government crackdown on the opposition.

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    Mu Sochua, the deputy leader of Cambodia's main opposition party, has fled the country, fearing she would be arrested amid a government crackdown on the opposition.

    She called on the international community to impose sanctions against Cambodian government officials.

    Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from neighbouring Thailand.


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