Almost two weeks after he was sentenced in absentia to 18 months in prison for shooting and injuring three garment workers during a protest, police have said they still do not know the whereabouts of the former Bavet City governor Chhouk Bundith. Now, a local news website hopes to hasten the manhunt by posting a bounty for any information that leads to his capture. Started just four months ago, Deum Tnot News on Tuesday post*ed online that it would give a cash award of 7 million riel, or about $1,750, to any member of the public who provided
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