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Violent family dispute sees husband stabbed

A heated argument turned into a gut-wrenching episode of domestic violence after a woman allegedly stabbed her husband in the stomach with a broken bottle in the capital’s Dangkor district on Monday.

Badly wounded, the man, 25, was rushed to hospital by his neighbours, while his wife, 23, fled the scene.

She left a son, 3, and a daughter, 2, behind. Police say she had injured her husband before.

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