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That fine slice between the good times and bad

Farmers and rice wine. A potent combination that at the best of times can lead to impromptu dancing and merrymaking, and at the worst of times, can lead to a blood-spilling brawl.

Unfortunately, in Pursat town on Monday, the latter of those situations occurred.

Two farmers got into a heated argument in the wee hours of the morning after several drinks, and one, 26, pulled out a knife, stabbing the other one and leaving him with critical injuries.

The suspect tried to escape but was picked up by police. Koh Santepheap



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