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Flooding Swamps Paddy In 5 P Vihear Districts

Flooding has inundated about 1,200 hectares of paddy field in five districts in Preah Vihear province following heavy rainfall, Pro­vincial Agriculture Department Dir­ector Poeng...

Court Refuses To Issue Injuction in Lake Filling

A Phnom Penh municipal court judge declined to issue an injunction to stop the controversial filling of Boeng Kak lake, a lawyer representing some...

As Prices Rise, Need To Find Work Forces Family To Live Apart

traing district, Takeo province - Snguon Veoun is seeing his four youngest children for the first time in two months, he said, as he...

deadly skies

Boeng chumreak village, Kompong Speu province - Khoem Sary was crouching in her field, planting rice, when the world around her flashed white. Pain...

Drought Over, Enough Rain To Plant Rice

Rains across the country are bringing relief to farmers in areas that were suffering from drought, allowing them to start planting rice, government officials...

Drought Over, Enough Rain To Plant Rice

Rains across the country are bringing relief to farmers in areas that were suffering from drought, allowing them to start planting rice, government officials...

Lightning Actually Kills More Cambodians Than Landmines

In Cambodia, lightning strikes are deadlier than landmines, ac­cording to figures from the Nation­al Committee for Disaster Manage­ment and the Cambodia Mine Vic­tim Information...

Lightning Kills More Cambodians Than Landmines

In Cambodia, lightning strikes are deadlier than landmines, ac­cording to figures from the Nation­al Committee for Disaster Manage­ment and the Cambodia Mine Vic­tim Information...

Lightning Kills More Cambodians Than Landmines

In Cambodia, lightning strikes are deadlier than landmines, according to figures from the National Committee for Disaster Management and the Cambodia Mine Victim Information...

Lake Residents Request Injunction To Stop Filling

Boeng Kak lake residents filed a request at the Phnom Penh Mun­ic­ip­al Court on Tuesday seeking a court injunction to halt the filling of...

5 Killed, 3 Wounded in Mine Explosion in Oddar Meanchey

Five people were killed and three injured in Oddar Meanchey on Friday when the makeshift truck they were riding in drove over an anti-tank...

Villagers Take Boeng Kak Lake Construction Protest to City Hall

About 200 residents of the Boeng Kak lake area protested Monday in front of Phnom Penh City Hall demanding that authorities stop a private...

With Filling Under Way, Flight From Boeng Kak Lake Begins

On Friday, 47-year-old motorcycle-taxi driver Heng Sam Ang became the very first resident of Boeng Kak lake to relocate his family to Phnom Penh’s...

Talks Between City and Lake Residents Fruitless

Phnom Penh Municipal officials met with Boeng Kak lake residents Wednesday to discuss calls to halt the filling of Boeng Kak lake, but no...

Angry Boeng Kak Residents Plan Second Protest Today

Residents upset with the company that is filling in Boeng Kak lake plan to stage a second pro­test today, representatives said Thursday. More than...

Local Primates Among Most Endangered

Primates such as monkeys, gibbons and apes are more at risk in Cambodia than any other place in the world, according to a new...

Beautiful but beaten

The women who grace Mao Soviet’s paintings are faceless, but their naked bodies reflect a harsh reality present in Cambodia and worldwide. At a...

Garment Workers Fear Unrest, Leave Their Jobs

An unspecified number of garment factory workers have left their jobs and returned to their home provinces because of a fear of unrest surrounding...

Swede Wanted for Kidnapping Arrested in Pursat

A Swedish man accused of kidnapping his 6-year-old daughter more than a year ago was arrested Tuesday night in Pursat after a nationwide search,...

As Prices Rise, Need To Find Work Forces Family To Live Apart

traing district, Takeo province - Snguon Veoun is seeing his four youngest children for the first time in two months, he said, as he...

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