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Journalist in court over disinformation claim

Journalist in court over disinformation claim

A Ratanakiri provincial court has summoned a daily newspaper reporter, Biet Kimsan, to appear at court today over accusations of disinformation. The case relates to a complaint made by Dy Samath, deputy chief of the province’s Fishery Administration, after Nokorwat paper alleged he had an illegal timber and handicraft business. He is demanding compensation of US$5,000.

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