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Two nabbed in terrorism hoax

Two nabbed in terrorism hoax

Police have arrested an Indian man and a Nepalese man accused of spreading disinformation in connection with a terrorism hoax hatched in April, officials said. National Police spokesman Kirt Chantharith said the men are believed to have sent letters to the US, British and Australian embassies in Phnom Penh accusing four foreigners of planning to plant bombs. “We found that this case came from a business dispute and there is no relation to terrorism,” he said, and added that the two men had been sent to court Wednesday.


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