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A forced return home

Chinese nationals (in orange vests), who were arrested over a suspected Internet scam, are escorted by Chinese police officers before they were deported at Phnom Penh International Airport, in the Cambodian capital, yesterday. A total of 74 Chinese nationals arrested for telecom fraud were sent back to China from Cambodia yesterday. The suspects were accused of being involved in more than 60 major transnational telecom frauds involving over 7 million yuan (US$1.1 million). They were captured in Phnom Penh, Pailin and Sihanoukville. A large collection of bank cards, computers and mobile phones were also seized during the raids. — Reuters

Chinese nationals (in orange vests), who were arrested over a suspected Internet scam, are escorted by Chinese police officers before they were deported at Phnom Penh International Airport, in the Cambodian capital, yesterday. A total of 74 Chinese nationals arrested for telecom fraud were sent back to China from Cambodia yesterday. The suspects were accused of being involved in more than 60 major transnational telecom frauds involving over 7 million yuan (US$1.1 million). They were captured in Phnom Penh, Pailin and Sihanoukville. A large collection of bank cards, computers and mobile phones were also seized during the raids. — Reuters

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