Amnesty: Cambodia's war on drugs led to systemic human rights abuses

PHNOM PENH: Cambodia's three-year-long "war on drugs" campaign has led to a litany of human rights abuses and the overcrowding of prisons and detention centres, human rights watchdog Amnesty International has announced in a new report.

Released during the weekend, the report titled "Substance Abuses" documents the government's anti-drug crackdown since January 2017, which Amnesty says has failed to reduce drug use and related harms in the country.

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