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PM's nephew attacks tourists

PM's nephew attacks tourists

Nhim Pov, a nephew of Prime Minister Hun Sen, has been implicated by Phnom Penh

Municipal Police in a Dec 23 incident outside the Manhattan Nightclub in which three

Japanese tourists were beaten and stabbed. The incident was apparently sparked by

an altercation over seating space at a nearby food stall. Police have made no arrests.

Pov's older brother was arrested for shooting a security guard outside another Phnom

Penh entertainment venue in Aug 1999.

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