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Studying is OK, but rock throwing is better

Rather than hitting the books, two rival groups of school students decided to hit each other with rocks on Tuesday.

The gangs – both of which comprised three troubled teens – began arguing at a market in Russey Keo district.

Tempers flared and, fairly soon, rocks and knives were being pulled out.

Two teens received head injuries in the ensuing madness, which ended with police showing up. NOKORWAT



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