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Military, Govt Not Optimistic Ahead of Temple Dispute Talks

preah vihear temple - While all hope is on today’s meeting in Thai­land preventing a military confront­ation at Preah Vihear temple, RCAF and government...

Rumble in the Jungle—The Battle for Preah Vihear Temple

Preah Vihear temple - He had a sword. The meter-long blade hung in a tan leather scabbard from the trouser belt of a shirtless...

Tense Day at Temple Ends in Agreement To Talk

preah vihear temple - A tense day of military brinkmanship between Thai and Cambodian troops ended with an apparent peaceful compromise Thursday afternoon, with...

Thais, Cambodians Watch Their Side of the Temple Fence

preah vihear temple - Each time the Thai protest leader intoned the words “Phra Viharn”—the Thai name for Preah Vihear temple—howled jeers, scornful re­bukes...

Questions and Generosity Abound During Local School Visit

“Is there a king of the mosquitoes?” It was a tough question. I don’t remember my answer but it must have been entertaining as...

Sex Trade Thrives Behind Burma’s Wall of Silence

rangoon - This is a side of life the Burmese military junta might prefer you didn’t see: Girls who appear to be 13 and...

Rangoon Quietly Seethes With Anger at Junta

rangoon - It’s 9:30 pm and the bus­es in downtown Rangoon have stopped running, people scuttle home across the city’s potholed roads and broken...

Military Police Justify Leaving Foreigners To Fight Not Their Problem

The military police have defended their decision to leave the scene of a violent confrontation involving for­eigners and their bodyguards on Sisowath Quay on...

Wreckage of PMT Plane Found With No Survivors

kampot town - Almost 48 hours after first being reported missing in Kampot province, the wreckage of PMT Air’s flight U4 241 from Siem...

Without Air Support, Plane Searchers Find Nothing but Mud

domnop thom mountain, Kam­pot province - Sloshing and slipping through the warren of flooded mountain paths that snake through the Damrei mountain range, the...

Without Air Support, Searchers Find Nothing but Mud

domnop thom mountain, Kam­pot province - Sloshing and slipping through the warren of flooded mountain paths that snake through the Damrei mountain range, the...

Nuon Chea Says He’s Preparing for Prison

Pailin Municipality - Even from behind the large, dark brown, tortoise-shell frames of his Gucci sunglasses, Nuon Chea could hide his fear. His mouth...

Supreme Court Upholds Verdict Against Reporter

The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the 2001 ruling of the Phnom Penh Municipal Court and ruled in favor of Foreign Minister Hor Namhong...

Drugs Scarce After Closure Of Border

The flow of drugs between Thailand and Cambodia has slowed markedly into northwestern towns since the closure of the frontier in the wake of...

Cultures Clash as Isolated Hill Tribe Assimilates

o’chum district, Ratanakkiri province - After living for all of his 19 years without clocks, medicine or clothes made of fabric, Lat Baum has...

Retired King Departs for Treatment After Gala

They danced the Tango and the Cha-cha-cha and sang the “Rose of Phnom Penh” in homage of Queen Norodom Monineath in the royal palace...

Montagnards Reject Int’l Resettlement

Montagnard refugees and asylum-seekers housed at UN facilities in Phnom Penh said Thurs­day that they had rejected overseas resettlement in order to draw attention...

UN Escorts Final 26 Montagnards to Capital

Banlung, Ratanakkiri province - It was fourth-time lucky for Romah Y Bai, a Montagnard asylum-seeker who arrived in Phnom Penh with the final 26...

UNHCR To End Second Mission in Ratanakkiri

Banlung, Ratanakkiri province - The UN High Commissioner for Refugees is scheduled to end its second mission to Ratanakkiri province today with the transfer...

2 Jarai Teens Found With Montagnards

bokeo district, Ratanakkiri – It was a mission of a different kind for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees Thursday morning. Unlike other operations...

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