Hundreds of Cambodians living in South Korea protested in front of Seoulís City Hall on Sunday, demanding justice for five garment workers killed in clashes with police on January 3, and calling for Prime Minister Hun Sen to step down. With public protests indefinitely banned in Cambodia, the demonstration in South Korea was the largest of a number of gatherings and vigils that have been held around the world since state security forces on January 3 opened fire on protesting garment workers, who were armed with rocks and Molotov cocktails. At Sundayís demonstration in Seoul, hundreds of Cambodian
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