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Cambodian Football League Luring Foreign Talent

Michael Ike Nwaodika decided he'd have to leave home to jumpstart his professional football career. After three seasons playing in his native Nigeria, Nwaodika...

World Bank: No Change on Corruption, Rule of Law

A World Bank report on governance released Tuesday states that Cambodia showed no improvement in several key governance indicators between 1996 and 2006-including corruption...

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...

Fast-Growing Cambodian Football League Now Luring Foreign Talent

Michael Ike Nwaodika decided he’d have to leave home to jumpstart his professional football career. After three seasons playing in his native Nigeria, Nwaodika...

Human Rights Watch Director Presents His Research on July 1997

Speaking in Phnom Penh Friday on the 10th anniversary of the factional fighting, Brad Adams, executive director of the Asia Division of Human Rights...

Preah Vihear Temple Not Yet On Unesco List

The World Heritage Commit­tee has decided to not include the Preah Vihear temple on the UN Educa­tion­al, Scientific and Cultural Organi­za­tion’s list of World...

World Heritage Site Status Sought for Preah Vihear

There are no tensions with Thai­land over the potential listing of Preah Vihear temple as a World Heritage Site, Information Minister and government spokesman...

CPP Celebrates 56th Anniversary With Thousands of Supporters

It was standing room only at CPP headquarters in Phnom Penh June 28 morning, as thousands of party supporters turned up to celebrate the...

Criticism of Ambulance Handout ‘Unacceptable’: PM

Prime Minister Hun Sen on June 26 defended the decision by he and his wife Bun Rany to hand out ambulances to the country’s...

Draft Anti-Terrorism Law Approved by Assembly

As its final act before moving to its new location next month, the National Assembly on June 26 unanimously approved the draft anti-terrorism law,...

SRP Lawmaker Switches to Human Rights Party

SRP lawmaker Keo Remy an­nounced on the floor of the Na­tional Assembly June 25 that he is resigning from the party to join Kem...

Poverty-Linked Ministries Underspent in ’06: Report

Several ministries directly in­volved with poverty reduction once again underspent money allocated to them in 2006, while many other ministries overspent, sometimes by several...

Poverty-Linked Ministries Underspent in 2006: Report

Several ministries directly involved with poverty reduction once again underspent money allocated to them in 2006, while many other ministries overspent, sometimes by several...

Economic Inequality Not Destabilizing: World Bank

The World Bank on Tuesday re­leased a report on social inequality in Cambodia stating that despite the growing gap between rich and poor since...

Economic Inequality Not Destabilizing: Says New World Bank Report

The World Bank on Tuesday re­leased a report on social inequality in Cambodia stating that despite the growing gap between rich and poor since...

Change in Tax Policy Means Domestic Beer-Price Increase

The Finance Ministry has changed its tax policy for certain domestically produced goods including beverages and tobacco, prompting an increase in price for several...

Governor: Grenade Attack Memorial Should Be Moved

Phnom Penh Governor Kep Chuktema said Thursday that in order to renovate the park in front of the National Assembly, the memorial to the...

Global Corruption Report Criticizes Judicial System

Cambodia’s judicial system is chronically underfunded, not independent of government control and sub­ject to high levels of petty corruption, Transparency International states in its...

Global Corruption Report Criticizes Judicial System

Cambodia’s judicial system is chronically underfunded, not independent of government control and sub­ject to high levels of petty corruption, Transparency International states in its...

Government Wants To Privatize Rubber Plantations

The government is accepting bids for 99-year leases on three state-owned rubber plantations in Kompong Cham province as the first step toward privatizing several...