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KRT Donors Offered a 2015 Exit Strategy

The Khmer Rouge tribunal now expects to wrap up its work by 2015, with a peak of activity expected in early 2011 but with...

8,200 Survivors Petition ECCC for Justice

At the start of a weeklong conference of judges and prosecutors yesterday, the Khmer Rouge tribunal announced that 4,004 survivors of the Pol Pot...

4,004 Apply as Civil Parties to KRT Case 002

At the start of a weeklong conference of judges and prosecutors yesterday, the Khmer Rouge tribunal announced that 4,004 survivors of the Pol Pot...

Beamed in From Paris, Mr Rainsy Video Conferences With Party Faithful

At a two-hour rally yesterday evening, opposition leader Sam Rainsy addressed an enthusiastic crowd of around 500 SRP district and commune councilors by videoconference...

Beamed In From Paris, Rainsy Videoconferences SRP Party Faithful

At a two-hour rally yesterday eve­n­ing, opposition leader Sam Rainsy addressed an enthusiastic crowd of around 500 SRP district and commune councilors by videoconference...

FTU Threatens Strike Over Chea Vichea Case

Free Trade Union President Chea Mony threatened on Friday to stage a nationwide garment workers strike if the government does not take steps to...

Gov’t Find Killers or Face Nationwide Strike, Union Leader Warns

Free Trade Union President Chea Mony threatened on Friday to stage a nationwide garment workers strike if the government does not take steps to...

Slain Union Leader’s Family Mourns From Afar

Six years ago today, Chea Vichea, a fiercely outspoken union leader, was gunned down at a Phnom Penh newsstand. He had spent the morning...

Slain Leader’s Family Mourns from Afar

Six years ago today, Chea Vichea, a fiercely outspoken union leader, was gunned down at a Phnom Penh newsstand. He had spent the morning...

Thaksin Quietly Returns for Third Visit to Cambodia

Fugitive former Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra returned to Cambodia yesterday for the third time in three months, an airport police officer said last...

Gov’t Plans On “Allowances” Replacing Salary Supplements for Civil Servants

The government will reexamine how it provides pay incentives to civil servants, with the hope of creating a new incentive scheme within the next...

Gov’t Mulls Way To Replace Civil Service Bonuses

The government will re-examine how it provides pay incentives to civil servants, with the hope of creating a new incentive scheme within the next...

Government May Backpedal on Supplements Ban

A day after senior government officials met to discuss the contentious issue of salary supplements for civil servants, which were eliminated by a subdecree...

A Place of Their Own

It has always been difficult for young women from the provinces to attend college in the capital. Students from the city lived with their...

ECCC Ends KR Inquest, Says Indictments Due in Sept

The Khmer Rouge tribunal announced yesterday that its co-investigating judges consider their investigation into the court's second case to be complete, paving the way...

KR Investigating Judges Set to Close 2nd Case

After more than two years, the co-investigating judges at the Khmer Rouge tribunal are expected to announce this week, and perhaps as early as...

SRP Complains That CPP Councilors With Take Home More Pay

A new subdecree laying out a salary structure for councilors and council chiefs at the provincial, district, municipal and city levels has come under...

Torture Inspectors Disclose Sites From Dec Visit

A delegation of UN torture ex­perts conducted confidential inspections of 19 prisons and detention sites throughout Cambodia last month, according to a statement from...

Gov’t Criticizes UNHCR’s Role In Uighur Case

After facing harsh international censure in the wake of Satur­day’s de­portation of 20 Uighur asylum seek­­ers to China, the gov­­ernment has struck back, crit­icizing...

Uighurs Face Severe Treatment in China, Analysts Say

The Cambodian government’s decision to furtively deport 20 Uighur asylum seekers to China on Saturday brought swift international condemnation this weekend, as observers said...