By  on June 1, 2014

PHNOM PENH — A Cambodian court said Friday it has found 23 people, including unionists and workers, guilty of violent acts committed during January’s deadly garment worker strike but it issued suspended sentences and freed the defendants.

The result comes as a relief to activists and rights groups who have been campaigning for their release since their arrests in January.

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