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SRP Inflation Rally Draws Fewer Than Expected

The SRP carried through on its promise to hold an anti-inflation demonstration Sunday, but it was a far cry from the “massive” event the...

Gov’t Spending Not Targeting Poverty: Group

A recent report by the NGO Forum on Cambodia has called into question the government’s spending in 2007 and its budget for 2008, saying...

Funcipec Chief Confident of Good Results in Upcoming Poll

The race to the July national election is on, and no competitor looks like they have more to lose than Funcinpec. Hit hard by a...

F’pec Chief Confident of Strong Poll Showing

The race to the July national election is on, and no competitor looks like they have more to lose than Funcinpec. Hit hard by a...

Parties Embrace Internal Reform as Vote Looms

With the 2008 national election scheduled to take place in just un­der six months, reform has be­come a buzzword for political parties seeking to...

KR Tribunal Dominates News in 2007

The top news story of 2007 was undoubtedly the long-awaited be­ginning of judicial proceedings at the Khmer Rouge tribunal and the arrest and detention...

SRP Re-Elects President, Shuffles Senior Posts

Dressed in matching shirts and baseball caps, thousands of Sam Rainsy Party faithful turned up at SRP headquarters in Phnom Penh over the weekend...

The Colonel Is Coming: KFC To Open Soon

Tycoon Kith Meng’s Royal Group announced in a statement August 31 that they will form a joint venture with a Malaysian firm to bring...

The Colonel Is Coming: KFC To Open Soon

Tycoon Kith Meng’s Royal Group announced in a statement Thursday that they will form a joint venture with a Malaysian firm to bring the...

Thailand To Join Int’l Preah Vihear Committee

Cambodia and Thailand reached an agreement on how to proceed with getting Preah Vihear temple inscribed on the World Heritage List during a three-day...

Sam Rainsy: Coalition Overtures Made to CPP To Assuage Fears

SRP President Sam Rainsy said Tuesday that his recent announcement that his party was open to forming a coalition with the CPP was partly...

Pleas and Questions Surround Case of Monk Jailed in Vietnam

Tim Teang, the father of Khmer Krom monk Tim Sa­khorn, re­sponded on Friday to the news that his son was facing a trial in...

Kem Sokha Confident New Party Can Compete

Kem Sokha is nothing but confident that his recently formed Hu­man Rights Party is going to make a huge splash at the polls during...

An Uphill Battle for a Confident Kem Sokha

Kem Sokha is nothing but confident that his recently formed Hu­man Rights Party is going to make a huge splash at the polls during...

First Russian Film Production Makes Debut in Cambodia

Mittapheap district, Siha­noukville - Nonchalantly puffing a cigarette, the hero, blonde and scruffy, stands on a patch of pebbly red earth. Despite the stifling heat,...

First Russian Film Production Makes Debut in Cambodia

Mittapheap district, Siha­noukville - Nonchalantly puffing a cigarette, the hero, blonde and scruffy, stands on a patch of pebbly red earth. Despite the stifling heat,...

On location in sihanoukville

Mittapheap district, Siha­noukville - Nonchalantly puffing a cigarette, the hero, blonde and scruffy, stands on a patch of pebbly red earth. Despite the stifling...

SRP Reshuffles Officials To Prepare for 2008

The Sam Rainsy Party will re­shuf­fle some of their most senior of­ficials in the hopes of strengthening the party ahead of next year’s na­tional...

US-Influenced Cambodian Party Holds Congress

The United People of Cambodia, one of the smallest parties to compete in April’s commune elections, held its annual party congress July 17 in...

FCC Operators To Open Innovative Carbon-Neutral Hotel

The operators of Phnom Penh’s FCC restaurant are going to open a boutique hotel to cap­italize on the growing public consciousness of global warming...

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National Assembly Boycott Signals Tougher Diplomatic Stance

When the opposition Cambodian National Rescue Party (CNRP) boycotted the opening of parliament following the 2013 national election, diplomats from countries that support democracy were left in a bind: should they attend an event that would legitimize what many viewed as a stolen election or ignore an invitation from the head of state who had accepted their credentials?

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