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In Brief: Accused german to face S'Ville court

In Brief: Accused german to face S'Ville court

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46-year-old German national, Walter Orson Novak, is to appear in court

today on charges of child sex crimes after his arrest in Sihanoukville

Tuesday, according to Suon Sophan, deputy chief of Preah Sihanouk

province's Department of Anti-human trafficking and Juvenile

Protection. Provincial deputy prison chief Vuon Nguon said Wednesday

the provincial prison was holding two foreigners convicted of

purchasing child prostitution and indecent acts against a minor, with

another four under pretrial detention.

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