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Bloodied body shocks B’bang school students

Students headed to class at a Battambang high school on Saturday got a shock when they found a bloodied 36-year-old man on the school’s front doorstep.

Police said quite a crowd gathered before the school director contacted police.

Still alive but faint with blood loss, the man was taken to hospital, where he told police he had been attacked by three men and had attempted to hide from them on the school grounds. Kampuchea Thmey

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