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School Owner Could Be Jailed, Minister Says

Information Minister Khieu Kan­harith warned on Thursday that the own­er of the Banana Center could be jailed for inciting students to pro­test against the...

Canceling School’s Lease Is Wrong: Ex-Minister

Lu Laysreng, Funcinpec’s former minister of information, said Wednes­day that he is opposed to his former ministry canceling a rent­al agreement that he signed...

Report: N Korean Official Meets Chea Sim

Slipping into Cambodia with little fanfare, North Korea’s vice minister of foreign affairs met with Senate President Chea Sim late last week, according to...

Anti-Raffles Demonstrations Held Abroad

Early calls for a boycott of Raf­fles-owned luxury hotels in Cam­bodia have met a muted response locally but touched off small de­monstrations abroad. In...

Council: Pay Hikes Will Be Expensive

The government would need to spend an extra $493 million over the next three years to raise civil servants’ salaries to levels demanded by...

NGO Assails Plans for Sand Mine Concession

The excavation of a sand mine roughly twice the size of urban Phnom Penh could follow a planned eucalyptus plantation as the second operational...

Union Leader Rejects New Hotel Offer

The leader of striking workers at six luxury hotels across the country rejected a new proposal from the hotel association on Thursday as both...

CPP Uses Council of Ministers to Wield Power

Expressing both awe and resentment, many Funcinpec officials say Minister of Cabinet Sok An runs the government like a Hindu god of 48 arms....

Shot Singer Recovering, Despite Funding Cut

Singer Touch Srey Nich, who was shot in October in a bold as­sassination-style attack, is regaining strength in a Thai hospital, ac­cording to a...

Shot Singer’s Family Struggles to Fund Care

The father of popular singer Touch Srey Nich, who was shot three times by unknown attackers in October, is struggling to raise mo­ney after...

Gov’t Cuts Funds for Shot Singer’s Injuries

The government has stopped paying the medical bills for popular singer Touch Srey Nich, who remains in a Bangkok hospital af­ter an Oct 21...

Official Says Shot Singer Still Paralyzed

Touch Srey Nich’s condition appeared to be improving Sun­day, but the popular singer, who was shot three times in a daytime attack on Tuesday,...

Khmer Krom Claim VN Gov’t Persecution

The Council of Ministers Fri­day approved Cambodia’s first-ever legislation dealing with domestic abuse, officials said. The draft law on the “Preven­tion of Domestic Violence...

Domestic Violence To Be Legislated Against

The Council of Ministers Fri­day approved Cambodia’s first-ever legislation dealing with domestic abuse, officials said. The draft law on the “Preven­tion of Domestic Violence...

City Darkened as Nightlife Ban Takes Effect

As Friday evening fell Moni­vong Boulevard was dark and quiet, as the dozens of karaoke parlors that normally cast their lights onto the street...

Officials: So Mara Didn’t Sign Temple Pact

Government officials denied last week that So Mara, general director of the Ministry of Tour­ism, signed a deal to share with Thailand control of...

Ministers Act On Court, Child Issues

The Council of Ministers app­roved Cambodia’s membership into the International Criminal Court, planned the destruction of stockpiled land mines and proposed legislation in defense...

Hun Sen Says UN Not Needed For KR Trial

Less than a day after reportedly fruitful talks with UN human rights envoy Peter Leuprecht on plans to try former Khmer Rouge leaders, Prime...

Ministers Cancel Border Group Conference

A conference on Cambodia’s bor­der problems was canceled by the Hotel Cambodiana late Tues­day after the Council of Ministers sent a letter to the...

Official Concerns Stop Border Conference

The government is prohibiting the French-based Cambodia’s Borders Committee from opening a conference on Wednesday, because of disputes over the group’s name and the...

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Verdict Due Against Khmer Rouge Leaders for Genocide and Crimes Against...

The verdict this Friday focuses on charges of crimes against humanity and genocide committed at worksites, cooperatives, security centers and execution sites, including the infamous S-21 prison in Phnom Penh.

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Verdict Due Against Khmer Rouge Leaders for Genocide and Crimes Against...

The verdict this Friday focuses on charges of crimes against humanity and genocide committed at worksites, cooperatives, security centers and execution sites, including the infamous S-21 prison in Phnom Penh.