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Police beat cheat sheets

Police beat cheat sheets

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Vandy Rattana

A girl is told to leave notes and cheat

sheets behind at the gates of  Phnom Penh's Preah Yukunthor High School

early Friday morning. All the school's students had to pass through

heavy security checks at the campus on Monivong Boulevard, as security

was tightened at high schools throughout the capital in an effort to

curb cheating during the two-day exam period.

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