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Australian man charged with purchasing child prostitution against 2 VN girls

Australian man charged with purchasing child prostitution against 2 VN girls

Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Saturday charged a 53-year-old Australian man with purchasing child prostitution from two underage Vietnamese girls aged 16 and 17, whose a 16-year-old girl was engaged, according to anti-human trafficking police and court officials told the post Sunday. Police on Wednesday night raided into a guest house in Preah Sihanouk province where the 53-year-old Australian man, Michael John Lines stayed, founding 3 girls including his four-year-old adopted daughter along with other two foreigner nationals of American and New Zealand.

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