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NGO director charged with indecent acts

NGO director charged with indecent acts

The director of a foreign NGO in Siem Reap town was questioned in court yesterday in connection with alleged indecent acts with minors following his arrest during a police raid on Saturday, officials said. Sun Bunthang, chief of the Siem Reap anti-human trafficking and juvenile protection police, said 38-year-old Dutchman Sebastiann Reuyly, who heads the NGO Generation Next Cambodia, was arrested by police and charged with “indecent acts”involving five minors between the ages of seven and 13. Neither Sebastiann Reuyly nor staff from Generation Next Cambodia could be reached for comment yesterday.

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