About 100 people gathered at the entrance of Phnom Penh’s Olympic Stadium at sunset Thursday to hold a candlelight vigil in memory of journalists slain in Cambodia and to highlight what rights workers said is a culture of impunity that has protected their killers from justice. According to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), 10 journalists have been killed in Cambodia since 1994. Licadho puts the number higher, at 11. No one has ever been held to account for any of the murders. “Saturday is International Day to End Impunity, and so in light of that, we wanted
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