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RCAF official charged in deception case

RCAF official charged in deception case

AN official from the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces in Kampong Cham province was charged with fraud after two people accused him of cheating them out of US$1,600 in exchange for their children gaining positions in the military. Pao Lim was arrested last Friday by military police after the victims filed a complaint accusing him of promising positions for their children at Preah Vihear province, according to deputy provincial military police chief Lak Leang.

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