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'Too little': Cambodia opposition leader freed from house arrest after two years

The Age Sunday, 10 November 2019 ()
Cambodia has freed opposition leader Kem Sokha from house arrest, more than two years after he was arrested and charged with treason, but he remains banned from politics and from leaving the country, a court says.
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Court ruling lifts house arrest but forbids top opposition figure from conducting political activities and going abroad.

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