A Chinese national and three Cambodians were arrested Sunday by anti-human trafficking police for attempting to send women to China for marriage to Chinese men, an official said. The group is suspected of trafficking more than 30 women to China, according to municipal Anti-Human Trafficking Police chief Lieutenant Colonel Keo Thea. Lt. Col. Thea said that Liu Shiping, a 35-year-old Chinese businessman, as well as Cambodians Kheng Sengly, 31; Kheng Saophea, 28; and Doek Meth, 53, were arrested in different parts of Phnom Penh after a long-running investigation. Mr. Liu and Mr. Meth were arrested at Phnom Penh
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