Owners of three businesses along Veng Sreng Street in Phnom Penh’s Pur Senchey district, where clashes broke out between military police and striking garment workers last week, have submitted property damage complaints to local authorities totaling more than $250,000, police said Wednesday. Military police armed with AK-47 assault rifles shot dead five workers and injured at least 40 during the clashes, which witnesses have described as targeted killings that came in response to volleys of stones and crude Molotov cocktails thrown by striking workers. The owners of a motorcycle repair store have since the clashes submitted a complaint
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