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In Brief: Residents cry foul on police sewage

Residents of Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet town have complained that border police belonging to Battalion 891 have allowed rubbish and sewage to flow into a local pond. Fifty-nine families from Kilometre 4 village complained to local rights group Adhoc on Monday after bad water fouled the pond.“[Villagers] use water for bathing, cleaning dishes and cooking, but now the pond is polluted,” said Adhoc monitor Khiev Borey.



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