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Over 200 Cambodian illegal immigrants nabbed at border

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Isuzu NKR Prisoner transport vehicle of the Royal Thai Police, at Na Wa Police station, Thailand

Isuzu NKR Prisoner transport truck of the Royal Thai Police, at Na Wa Police station, Thailand. Image: Mattes.

Troops from the Burapha Task Force arrested more than 200 illegal immigrants from Cambodia at a sugarcane plantation near the Thai-Cambodian border in Aranyaprathet district of Sakaeo province on Saturday.

The 241 Cambodians had slipped across the border apparently with the help of a human trafficking gang and were hiding in the sugar plantation in Ban Non Sao-ae, waiting to be picked up by pickup trucks or passenger vans.

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By Thai PBS Reporters

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