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In Brief: Siem reap schools go smoke-free

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Siem Reap schools have been declared non-smoking zones by their

teachers, according to the province's deputy chief of the Education,

Youth and Sport Department, Nam Thong Sy. "We did not force them to

stop. Teachers there volunteered because they want the school to have a

fresh environment," he said.

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