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In Brief: Two men convicted in child sex case

In Brief: Two men convicted in child sex case

Two French men accused of frequenting child prostitutes in Southeast Asia and recording their encounters were sentenced on Wednesday to the maximum sentence of seven years in prison. The court in the eastern French town of Colmar also issued fines for Robert Chung, 72, and Jean-Marc Malgarini, 51, of €70,000 and €50,000 (US$90,000 and $64,000) respectively. Both were accused of travelling to Cambodia regularly and filming their encounters with girls under 15.

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