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Out of hock

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A tuk-tuk driver whose vehicle was one of approximately three dozen confiscated Sunday night waits to show police ownership papers outside the Daun Penh district offices Monday. Police say the roundup was part of a campaign to clear the streets of drivers who sleep in their tuk-tuks. The bust follows a similar crackdown on beggars and homeless families ahead of this week's ASEAN-EU summit.

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