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In Brief: Tourist attacked in Sihanoukville

Preah Sihanouk provincial police are investigating a group of men believed to have sexually assaulted an Irish woman visiting Cambodia on Wednesday, said Chor Heng, the province's deputy police chief, who added that doctors had examined the victim for evidence of rape. "We have examined the victim but the doctor has not revealed the result yet," he told the Post on Sunday. Som Chenda, director of Preah Sihanouk's tourism department, told the Post that he was not aware of the case and added that such crimes were very rare in his province.

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