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Ratanakkiri families seek graft body’s help

SEVERAL families in Ratanakkiri province’s Banlung district filed a complaint to the Anticorruption Unit yesterday, demanding that it punish three men that tricked them into buying disputed land in 2007, villagers said yesterday.

“These three people cheated the villagers and said that the land they sold to us belongs to them, but actually the land is in being disputed in a lawsuit, so we need the ACU to find justice for us and punish them through the law,” Noun Mol, a 50-year-old villager, said yesterday.

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