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Three injured in Siem Reap attack

Three injured in Siem Reap attack

Three people were injured when a woman threw a bottle of gasoline onto an open fire to stop her husband’s drinking party on Tuesday, police said.

“The husband was seriously injured, while the woman escaped,” said Siem Reap criminal office director Cheung Mara.

Police said the couple, who are cucumber farmers, had an argument when the husband refused to help his wife transport their cucumbers to the market after spending the whole day drinking with seven of his friends. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Kim Sarom at [email protected]

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