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Raid at internet cafe leads to drug arrests

Police in the capital’s Chamkarmon district are obviously aware of the stereotype of gamers being involved with recreational drugs.

Officers raided an internet cafe on Tuesday, where they seized two packages of drugs.

While arresting all 13 men and women in the shop might have seemed like a slight overreaction on the part of authorities, their actions were vindicated when all suspects confessed to being part of a small-time dealing ring. Police sent them to court. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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