Evictees and anti-eviction activists clashed with police briefly after blocking off a thoroughfare in front of Phnom Penh City Hall Thursday to demand that the private firm that had them violently evicted last year make good on a promise to build them new homes. The 40-odd women, whose ramshackle homes in Phnom Penh’s Borei Keila neighborhood were razed during a violent clash with police in January 2012, want the politically well-connected firm Phanimex to build the last two of the 10 apartment buildings it promised when it bought their land.