Students stopped from swinging their swords

Students stopped from swinging their swords

Days after a couple of pupils were nabbed for taking a gun into class, five schoolboys were arrested for fighting each other with samurai swords on the streets of Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district on Monday.

Four of the sword-wielding teens were aged 17, and the other 16. They are all students at Russey Keo high school and have been detained awaiting further interrogation which will seek to establish if they have connections to any other crimes.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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