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Health scare: Tea Banh returns to Cambodia

Health scare: Tea Banh returns to Cambodia

Health scare
MINISTER of Defence Tea Banh has returned to Cambodia after a brief health scare following talks in Thailand, and resumed his daily work yesterday, ministry spokesman Chhum Socheat said.

“General Tea Banh returned home on November 2 after staying several days for health checks and treatment in Bangkok. He is better now, and he is going to work today,” Chhum Socheat said yesterday.

On Saturday, Tea Banh was hospitalised in Bangkok because of pain caused by gallstones, after he helped to lead a meeting of the General Border Committee with his Thai counterpart, Minister of Defence Prawit Wongsuwan.

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