tirsdag 25. juni 2019

Five Chinese charged as toll in Cambodia building collapse rises to 28

Seven people including five Chinese nationals have been charged with criminal offences over the collapse of a building in Cambodia that has left 28 dead. Three days after the unfinished building in Sihanoukville collapsed, the Chinese owner of the site, Chen Kun, and construction supervisor, Deng Xing Gui, were charged at Preah Sihanouk provincial court with involuntary manslaughter, causing unintentional injuries and damage. Three other Chinese people were charged with conspiracy over the collapse, along with a Vietnamese and a Cambodian.