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Phnom Penh traffic police prepare to hoist a confiscated tuk-tuk onto the back of a police truck Wednesday during a sweep of the capital's riverfront. One man who identified himself as an off-duty cop said the vehicles were being seized because their owners did not pay enough in bribes to the police for being allowed to operate during the busy Water Festival period.

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