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Detained Asylum-Seekers, Journalists Freed

Seventeen Montagnard asylum-seekers who spent a nervous and uncertain two nights detained at an RCAF military post on the Mondolkiri bank of the Se...

UN to Airlift Montagnards to Phnom Penh

Ratanakkiri province - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs will allow the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to airlift to Phnom Penh the 181 Montagnard...

53 More Montagnards Seek Help of UNHCR

Bokeo district, Ratanakkiri province - With palms pressed together in the Christian sign of prayer, a 43-year-old Montagnard asylum seeker silently led 31 others...

Another 79 Montagnards Leave Jungle

O'Yadaw district, Ratanakkiri province - Some came barefoot with infants strapped to their backs in hill tribe blankets. One man staggered out of hiding,...

Official OKs Further Aid for Montagnards

Banlung town, Ratanakkiri province - Following the emergence of 44 Montagnard asylum seekers from Ratanakkiri's jungle since Friday, provincial Governor Kham Khoeun gave a...

UNHCR Interviews 42 Montagnards

o’yadaw district, Ratanakkiri province - Forty-two bedraggled Montagnard asylum-seekers emerged from the jungle in O’Yadaw district Sunday and were placed under the protection of...

UNHCR Reaches First Montagnard Asylum Seekers

O'Yadaw district, Ratanakkiri province - Forty-two bedraggled Montagnard asylum seekers emerged from the jungle in O'Yadaw district Sunday and were placed under the protection...

Ailing Montagnards Seek Hospital Treatment

Ratanakkiri province - Two of the most seriously ill Montagnard asylum seekers in hiding in O'Yadaw district were escorted out of the jungle on...

Hiding from Persecution

The journey is long, painful and life threatening. It involves sleeping in mud, eating leaves from trees or roots from the earth and fighting...

Montagnard Dies in Jungle; Others Near Death

Ratanakkiri province - Through a small opening in the jungle canopy, sunlight illuminated a Christian cross made of rough forest timber. Here rests Kpuih...

Montagnard Symphathizers Flee Into Jungle

Ratanakkiri province - Six ethnic Jarai minority members from OYadaw district in Ratanakkiri province have joined Montagnard asylum seekers in the jungle, out of...

Sympathizers Defy Government, Help Montagnards

Ratanakkiri province - Jarai hill tribe member Ksor knows the jungle that surrounds his village like city people know the streets of their town....

Children in Forest are Sick, Hungry

Ratanakkiri province - Eight-year-old Rahlan Dan has been living in a tiny jungle clearing for more than 10 days since trekking to Ratanakkiri province...

Last Group of Montagnards Make it to Capital

Banlung, Ratanakkiri province - The final group of the 198 Montagnard asylum-seekers who emerged from the jungle in Ratanakkiri province in recent weeks departed...

Montagnards Stuck in Jungle Beg for Help

ratanakkiri province - Camped in makeshift tents in the rain-soaked jungles of Ratanakkiri province and facing food shortages and sickness, 21 Montagnard asylum-seekers who...

Khmer Krom Group Backs Montagnards

Calling the Cambodian government’s deportation of Mon- tagn­ard asylum seekers to Vietnam a “crime against humanity,” a Khmer Krom support group on Tuesday called for...

Man in Wheelchair Killed in Riverfront Crash

A man was killed Thursday night when a speeding car, alleg­edly driven by an RCAF general’s son, smashed into a shop front on the...

The Slippery Ethics of Third World Drug Trials

Seated at a rickety food and drinks stall at the edge of a strip of wooden houses near Phnom Penh’s railway station, Sithi Rata­na,...

Farmers Turn to More Profitable Crops at the Jungle’s Expense

Samlot district, Battambang province - A jungle is being tamed, one burning hilltop at a time. The unruly forests along Battambang's border with Thailand...

Police Restrict Access to Vietnamese Border

pech chhreada district, Mondol­kiri province - Cambodian territory in northeastern Mondol­kiri pro­vince on the frontier with Viet­nam’s restive Central High­lands is closed to outsiders,...

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