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IN BRIEF: PM's Nephew seeks compensation

IN BRIEF: PM's Nephew seeks compensation

Yin Wengka, a lawyer for Prime Minister Hun Sen's nephew, Hun To, said

he has filed a lawsuit seeking US$50,000 in compensation following

allegations by Nuon Vuthy and Sreyyuth of the opposition Sam Rainsy

Party that Hun To's bodyguards assaulted them on board the Prek Kdam

ferry in July. Yin Wengka insists the accusations are false and says

witnesses attest the assault never took place. 

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