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Swiss man’s trial deferred to april 5

Swiss man’s trial deferred to april 5

The trial of 62-year-old Swiss national Rudolf Knuchel, accused of sexually abusing two boys aged 14 and 16, was rescheduled for April 5 in a hearing Thursday. Presiding judge Nguon Nara said court officials could not complete the trial in one day because of the number of witnesses who need to testify. Knuchel was arrested Friday after allegedly bringing the two boys to his home in Siem Reap province.

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