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Human trafficking remained widespread and rescued survivors were held in poor conditions in immigration detention centres. Mass forced evictions of thousands of families from the Angkor UNESCO World Heritage Site took place. Freedoms of expression and association were further restricted as the licence of one of the last independent news outlets was revoked and the only remaining opposition party was barred from contesting national elections. A major political opposition figure received a lengthy prison sentence after an unfair trial. Unfair trials of labour activists also resulted in convictions. Rampant illegal logging and mining operations continued in forests in violation of the human rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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