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Coffee break gets cut short by attack

Drinking in the dark can be a dangerous diversion, even when you are only drinking coffee. Two men getting their caffeine fix on Sunday night were attacked by a machete- and stick-wielding duo during a blackout in Kampong Chhnang’s Boribor district.

The victims were wounded in the head, neck, shoulder and back. Police are on the lookout for the suspects and say their identities are known, suggesting revenge as the motive as the participants had been involved in arguments and fights before. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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