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Children play New Year's games with the help of talcum powder at Wat Phnom last week. Claiming the powder was a dangerous menace to drivers, police conducted regular raids, confiscating powder bottles from young revellers, but were unable to stop the fun as hidden powder bottles would re-emerge moments after the departure of law enforcement officials.



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