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Man’s clapping ability diminishes after dance

Police are hunting for eight men accused of nearly hacking a man’s wrist off in the town of Kampong Chhnang on Sunday. Police said the victim, 25, was attending a dance performance before he exchanged words with the alleged perpetrators.

He and his friend left. But the men followed them to another village and formed a roadblock. One pulled out a large knife and struck the victim’s wrist. Villagers called police and the victim was sent to the hospital, but the suspects escaped. NOKORWAT

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