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Extracurricular activity won’t help college apps

Police broke up a violent fight between two high school gangs in Kratie town on Sunday. The gangs encountered each other out of school and grew angry at the mere sight of one another.

One group threw water at the other and a vicious brawl ensued as students fought with knives and belts. The clash left one boy, 17, injured.

Police arrested the entire group of students and sent them all to court. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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