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Feuding kids grounded by Air Force in Battambang

Air Force staff threw in with the Battambang police to put down a fracas caused by nine fist-flailing youths on Saturday.

Police said that the boys, aged 12 to 17, started fighting in Battambang’s small airport.

After being detained, the fighters got a warning and were released to their parents for further “education”.

Three of the pint-sized pugilists are from Battambang town while the rest are from Sangke district.

NATIONAL POLICE
Niem Chheng

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