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Urine trouble now: Kids not alright, police say

Cops in Svay Rieng province scooped up four students, aged from 12 to 18, and sent them to drug rehabilitation on Tuesday. The youngsters were apparently serial truants, preferring beer and drugs to the classroom.

But their unimpressed parents eventually called in police, who tracked the quartet down on Sunday. Urine tests showed traces of drugs, leading their parents and authorities to agree on sending them to rehab in Phnom Penh. KOH SANTEPHEAP



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