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'Duped' workers set to return home

'Duped' workers set to return home

Eight Cambodians who were trafficked to India after agreeing to take jobs in Thailand will return home this week, though the exact day has not been set, Foreign Ministry spokesman Koy Kuong said. “After we knew that the Thais faked passports for these people, we told the Indian authorities that these people were duped. We have cooperated with Indian authorities to bring them back,” he said. “They will return this week.”

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