Four men suspected of attempting to traffic women into China under the pretense that they would marry wealthy men were arrested in Phnom Penh on Tuesday, anti-human trafficking police said. Keo Thea, anti-human trafficking police chief, said that the suspects had been involved in trading wom**en to China “for many years,” and that they had come to the attention of police when two women who had agreed to go to China became suspicious of the deal and contacted police. “We arrested four men yesterday due to the complaints of two women who heard they were going to China
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