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Caffeine session turns into violent hackathon

Caffeine session turns into violent hackathon

A commune police chief’s son and his friend were badly injured in Prey Veng’s Peam Ror district on Monday after a man suddenly appeared at the cafe they were at and allegedly slashed both with a cleaver on the head and arms, police said.

The suspect managed to escape the scene, and police said the attack was motivated by revenge. They are looking for the suspect. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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