Cambodia bleeding as space for civil societyhrinks

Posted on 2021年11月6日Categories CambodiaTags , , , , , , , ,

Activists and rights groups say COVID-19 law is now being deployed by the government as another tool to further curtail freedoms.

According to Vitit Muntarbhorn, the UN special rapporteur on human rights in Cambodia, the COVID-19 law led to the arbitrary arrest of more than 700 people since March of this year. [Cindy Liu/Reuters]

Phnom Penh, Cambodia Vorn Pao was distraught when one of his associations workers was detained in May this year while collecting the names of families living along the Thai-Cambodia border who were facing food shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic. read more

The best college Draft prospects are

Posted on 2021年9月8日Categories baseballTags , , , , ,

Ten months before the 2022 Draft, scouts are enthused about the quality of talent that will be available. Astrong high school classplays a big part in that thinking, as does a much stronger crop of college position players than teams had to pick from this year.

Only two college bats went in the first 14 picks in 2021 and just five total got popped in the first round, numbers that could double next July. The college middle infielders are significantly better, led by Cal Poly shortstop Brooks Lee, Texas Tech second baseman Jace Jung and Arkansas second baseman Robert Moore. read more