A security guard chases away Buddhist monks from a camp occupied by anti-government demonstrators in Phnom Penh January 4, 2014. REUTERS/stringer
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The United Nations' human rights office Tuesday said it was alarmed by Cambodia's crackdown on protests against strongman premier Hun Sen, and urged the authorities to show restraint.Protest rallies have been banned in Cambodia where several protesters were shot dead Friday during a demonstration in the capital Phnom Penh and others injured by gunfire and beatings.Colville also expressed concern about the disappearance of 23 people detained after last week's protests, including at least one minor.Colville said that protesters should also exercise "maximum restraint" during their rallies.
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