Striking Workers Clash With Colleagues at Cambodian Garment Factory

About 4,000 striking workers on Monday forced their way into a factory in Cambodia that makes clothing for U.S. sportswear company Nike and clashed briefly with colleagues who had remained on the job before being dispersed by police.

Police said at least 11 policemen and eight workers were injured.

The confrontation at the Sabrina factory followed a series of deadly incidents at factories in Bangladesh, the world’s biggest clothing exporter after China, including the collapse of a …

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