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Smugglers nabbed

Smugglers nabbed

ANTI-HUMAN trafficking officials in Battambang province said yesterday that they had arrested three people suspected of trying to illegally transport 10 Cambodian would-be migrant workers across the border. Koy Heang, chief of the provincial anti-human trafficking department, said the two cars were stopped in Sampov Loun district. “Three people confessed that they were middlemen attempting to take 10 workers to work at a utensil factory in Thailand. They have been arrested and they will be sent to the court on Wednesday for leading labourers to cross the border illegally,” he said.

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