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Brit admits murder

Police said a UK national has admitted to murdering a US man in Koh Kong. Robert

Martin, 47, reportedly confessed to axing the unidentified man in a dispute over

money on June 15. He was arrested the same day. Koh Kong's Deputy Police Commissioner,

Sin Sen, said Martin originally denied the charge but later admitted to the killing.

Officials at the UK Embassy said they could not comment on the case.

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