At least three people were killed Friday morning when police opened fire on several hundred protesters blocking a street at Canadia Industrial Park in Pur Senchey district, police confirmed. “So far, three are confirmed dead, two injured and two men were arrested by armed forces,” Phnom Penh Municipal Police Chief Chuon Narin said shortly after the incident at about 10 a.m. Protesters were armed with wooden sticks and metal rods, and threw rocks and Molotov cocktails at military police. Police then fired live AK-47 rounds at protesters. Major General Roth Srieng, commander of the Phnom Penh Municipal Military
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