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Israeli charged in child sex case

Israeli charged in child sex case

An Israeli man will be sent to Phnom Penh Municipal Court to be charged with purchasing two child prostitutes, Bith Kimhong, director of the Anti-human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection Department, said Thursday. The 69-year-old was arrested on Wednesday during a police raid at a hotel in the Daun Penh district. The man is suspected of having sex up to 10 times with two girls, both thought to be aged under 15 years.

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