A Cambodian protester throws a stone at police during clashes in Phnom Penh on September 15, 2013. AFP PHOTO/ TANG CHHIN SOTHY
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A Cambodian court Wednesday detained three more opposition activists for insurrection over their alleged roles in protests that turned violent last year, a move condemned as politically motivated by a rights group.Last month 11 opposition members and activists were jailed on the same charges -- including three who received 20-year sentences.Two activists aged 28 and 33 were charged and held in custody Wednesday, pending their trial by a Phnom Penh court, their lawyer Sam Sokong told AFP.A third activist, who was arrested later Wednesday, was also charged and detained, Sokong said.
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