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A 25-year-old man from Jersey has died in Cambodia.
Peter Riley was found in Sihanoukville Province, in the south west of the country.
His family have been informed, but Jersey Police have not released further details at this time.
The States of Jersey Police have informed the next of kin of the death of a 25 year male resident by the name of Peter Riley in Sihanoukville Cambodia. We have no further details at this time.
The Foreign Office has confirmed that a British National died in Cambodia on 25 May, and says it is providing consular assistance to his family.
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Two American sisters have been deported from Cambodia after taking nude photographs of each other at one of the country's sacred temples, the AFP news agency reports.
The pair were reportedly caught taking the pictures at the Preah Khan temple in Angkor on Friday.
Lindsey Adams, 22, and Leslie Adams, 20, each received a six-month suspended sentence and a $250 (£164) fine. They were also banned from re-entering Cambodia for four years.
Keat Bunthan, a senior heritage police official in Siem Reap, told afp that "they lowered their pants to their knees and took pictures of their buttocks".
It comes after pictures of a group of Asian women posing nude at ancient temples in the country went viral online.