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New laws to tackle Cambodia acid attacks


A worrying rise in acid attacks in Cambodia has prompted the government to draft new laws to punish those who carry them out.

The number of acid attacks has risen sharply in Cambodia since the start of 2010, with more men than women being attacked.

Guy Delauney reports from Phnom Penh.


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