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Volunteers threatened

Two Australian female volunteers say they were threatened by an armed policeman

as they returned to their Phnom Penh hotel in the evening of March 25. They said

three men pulled up alongside their motorbike and chased them for 400 meters.

The drunken policeman waved his gun and demanded sex, but they managed to get

away and reported the incident to their embassy. The two had only recently

arrived on a one-year placement. No one has been arrested.

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