Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen waves as he rides a train from Phnom Penh to Sihanouk Ville province April 30, 2016. REUTERS/Samrang Pring
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Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen Monday shrugged off European parliament threats to review aid if his administration continues to harass political opponents on the same day as a court jailed three more opposition activists.The European parliament said in a resolution Thursday that aid worth around $461 million should be dependent on improvements in human rights and called on authorities drop all charges against opposition leader Sam Rainsy who has been in exile since late last year to avoid arrest.Sokha himself is holed up at the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party's (CNRP) headquarters as he seeks to avoid arrest for failing to show up at court as a witness in a prostitution case.
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