Briton convicted of child sex abuse
A Cambodian court has convicted a British man of sexually abusing two girls and sentenced him to seven years in prison.
Matthew Harland, 38, was arrested in May last year at the house he rented in the capital, Phnom Penh, where he was found to be living with two girls aged 11 and 12, authorities said
Phnom Penh Municipal Court judge Kor Vandy convicted Harland on charges of buying sex from the girls and ordered him to pay each child compensation of two million riel (£300).
Cambodia has long been a magnet for foreign paedophiles because of poverty and poor law enforcement, but in recent years police and courts have increasingly targeted sex offenders.