On the Scene: Photos

and reportage courtesy John Vink:

“The company which is going to evict some 4000 families from around the Boeung Kak lake has started its sand pumping operations to fill the lake again.”

(c) John Vink

(c) John Vink

http://johnvink.com/news/2008/09/22/boeung-kak/

Photo reportage is welcome from all, please email to saveboeungkak – at – gmail – dot – com

This photo accompanied the article from Ka-Set: Le remblaiement du Boeung Kak a repris, des riverains déboutés de leur plainte (The filling of Boeung Kak begins again, of which the residents have complaint)
by Chan Soratha, September 22

http://ka-set.info/breves/breves/cambodge-boeung-kak-lac-phnom-penh-cour-justice-080922.html

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Not Boeung Kak, but eviction-related:

(Villagers Outside National Assembly) http://johnvink.com/story.php?title=Cambodia_Quest_For_Land2

(Tonle Bassac Eviction)
http://johnvink.com/story.php?title=Cambodia_Quest_For_Land3

(Dey Krahom)
http://johnvink.com/story.php?title=Cambodia_Quest_for_Land4

Photos of villagers marching to bring their complaints to the Prime Minister.
Click for flash slideshow (‘March of the Damned‘) or photo set.

Tags: cambodia,eviction,housing,property

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