Pakistani politician Imran Khan left hospital Wednesday, two weeks after breaking bones in his back in a fall at an election rally, a hospital spokesman said.
Dozens of Indonesians held in Cambodia betting raid
The group of 90 men and 24 women were picked up at two residential houses in the city, according to Chhay Sinarith, of the Cambodian interior ministry.
"They were arrested for running illegal online gambling. They were involved in football betting," he told AFP.
He said the group took bets on football matches from people in Indonesia, settling the deals through online bank accounts.
Authorities are conducting further investigations into the suspected ring, he said. Only 25 of those arrested had passports, he added.
Betting on football matches is illegal in the country and nationals are not legally allowed to gamble.
Cambodia's borders with Vietnam and Thailand are however dotted with dozens of casinos and accompanying hotels catering mostly to foreign gamblers.
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