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Crime leaves language students speechless

A quartet of locals studying Korean found themselves surrounded by a pack of goons with slightly more rudimentary communication skills on Monday.

Police said the four were headed home when they were approached by seven men, one of whom wielded a knife while the others brandished rocks.

In short order, the students were handing over their smartphones along with three watches, two rings and $100 cash. Police are now hunting for the robbers. DEUM AMPIL

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