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Married couple charged with human trafficking

Married couple charged with human trafficking

A husband-and-wife broker team arrested on Saturday for allegedly trying to smuggle 10 people into Thailand have been charged by the Kandal provincial court and await trial.

“The pros-ecutor charged them with unlawful removal for cross-border transfer,” Ros Savin, Kandal provincial bureau chief of the Anti-Human Trafficking and Juvenile Protection department, said.

Pok Chan, 43, and his wife, Chum Sophy, 35, were arrested in Ang Snuol district while allegedly prepar-ing to transport 10 people to Poipet town.

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