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Dispute hearing delayed

SIEM Reap provincial court yesterday postponed a hearing in a case against nine villagers from Chi Kraeng district due to the absence of one of the three participating judges, whose father had died. Presiding Judge Sous La said he did not know when the hearing would be rescheduled. The nine villagers, who were acquitted of robbery in a related case last year, have again been accused of robbery in connection with a long-running land dispute. RANN REUY

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