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Women freed in raid

Two Chinese men and a Cambodian woman will be questioned in court over accusations they were planning to traffic seven young women to China for marriage, police said on Saturday.

Lieutenant Colonel Keo Thea, chief of Phnom Penh’s anti-human trafficking and juvenile protection unit, said the three were arrested during a raid that freed seven women, aged 20 to 27, from a home in Tuol Kork district.

The suspects have been accused of violating human trafficking and sexual exploitation law and will be questioned in court today.

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