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December 9, 2013

Cambodia: Drug Centers Detain, Abuse ‘Undesirables’

(Bangkok, December 9, 2013) – Cambodian authorities unlawfully detain hundreds of drug users and others deemed “undesirable” in centers where they face torture, sexual violence, and forced labor. Human Rights Watch called for the immediate closure of the country’s eight detention centers that are supposedly for drug dependency treatment.

Cambodia: Abusive Drug Centers

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Current Drug Detention Centers in Cambodia

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