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Unknown attackers go after journos with belts

A mystery attack left one journalist with serious injuries and a trio of colleagues injured in the capital’s Sen Sok district on Monday.

Police said the quartet was on the scene to cover a story about a local who had jumped off the roof of his home.

On the way back to the office, however, the journos were pursued by three men on a moto who attacked them with belts and stones.

Police managed to arrest the suspects, though are still scratching their heads as to a motive. NOKORWAT

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