Monks and their supporters marching to Phnom Penh on a 10-day “Peace Walk,” as part of International Human Rights Day, said Wednesday that pagodas along the way have repeatedly tried to shut them out, and they have scuffled with police on at least one occasion. About 100 monks are leading the marchers, who set out on Sunday from various points along five national roads leading to Phnom Penh. Marching to protest the disputed results of July’s national election, forced evictions and human rights abuses, the monks plan to hand ruling CPP lawmakers a list of their grievances when
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