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Thai police have worked with their Cambodian counterparts to rescue another 99 Thai nationals working in forced labour conditions in Phnom Penh. It follows the earlier rescue of Thai workers held in similar conditions in the Cambodian border city of Poipet. According to a Bangkok Post report, the workers were rescued from a fenced-off 3-storey building in the Cambodian capital. Deputy national police chief Roy Inkhapairote says officers also arrested a number of Chinese nationals who were allegedly the workers’ supervisors. Roy says the rescued Thais say they responded to adverts seeking website administrators to talk to customers. However, on […]

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