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Prince Maintains Commitment to KR Tribunal

Despite recent concern the Na­tional Assembly is stalling passage of a draft law to establish a trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders, Assembly President...

KR Draft in Doubt as MPs Take Break

As the National Assembly breaks today for a 50-day recess, hopes have dimmed that a law to establish a trial of former Khmer Rouge...

Ta Mok’s Ill Health Raises KR Trial Concerns

Like so many surviving yet aging leaders of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime who have lived decades without ever seeing a day in court,...

Tribunal Draft Revealing Cracks in CPP Unity

The government’s minister of cabinet, Sok An, is set next week to make the next move in the grueling, years-long process to establish a...

Commune Chief Nabbed In Slayings

Official Reports Confession in Kampot Murders Ministry of Interior police on Thursday arrested and charged the chief of Lboeuk commune in Kampot province for allegedly...

Tribunal Draft Law Revealing Cracks in Ruling Party Unity

The government’s minister of cabinet, Sok An, is set next week to make the next move in the grueling, years-long process to establish a...

Commune Chief Nabbed In Kampot Slayings

Ministry of Interior police on Thursday arrested and charged the chief of Lboeuk commune in Kampot province for allegedly ordering the deaths of a...

Villagers Celebrate Chhouk Rin’s Acquittal

Ex-Rebel Leader’s Freedom Uncertain With Pending Appeal chamkar bei village, Kep - The party started here on Saturday, and by Sunday it was nowhere near...

Legislative Stalling Could Kill a Trial Deal

The UN’s Undersecretary General for Legal Affairs Hans Corell said on Tuesday the world body would pull out of a trial for former Khmer...

UN, Gov’t Set To Talk More On KR Trial

The UN’s top legal negotiator arrives in Phnom Penh today for what some have called the final round of talks between the world body...

Clouded History

Adusty, provincial meeting hall fills up with people one recent morning. Cambodians have come to tell their stories in public for the first time...

Hun Sen, Annan Meet, But Hold No Talks on KR Trial

Prime Minister Hun Sen and UN Secretary-General Kofi An­nan met at a UN summit this week but did not continue negotiations on how to...

CPP Declares 1975 Khmer Rouge Takeover a ‘Victory’

Cambodian People’s Party officials looked back on the history of communism in Cambodia at their Wednesday party congress and declared the April 17, 1975,...

Survey Shows Lawmakers a Silent Majority In Assembly

Since 1994, Phnom Penh resident Keat Chan Thorn religiously has watched the day-to-day workings of the National Assembly on state-run TVK. And every day,...

House of Ta Mok Possible Site for Khmer Rouge Museum

anlong veng - For years the multi-level wooden home situated here on man-made wetlands sheltered the Khmer Rouge’s last and final holdout, Ta Mok....

Panel Debates Kampot Killings

Members of the Senate’s tri-partisan human rights commission disagreed Monday on whether a fatal double shooting earlier this month constituted Cambodia’s first political killing...

Government Demands Tax for Unused Land

The Ministry of Finance has issued a public statement in the country’s most widely circulated newspaper, saying that owners of unused land will be...

Street Kids Tell Stories Through Production

Chadreth, 14, runs up to the microphone and spontaneously belts out a song. Abandoned last year when her mother ran off with a man,...

Street Kids Tell Stories Through Production

Chadreth, 14, runs up to the microphone and spontaneously belts out a song. Abandoned last year when her mother ran off with a man, Chadreth...

No Date Yet For KR Trial Draft Law Debate

Despite recent assurances that parliamentary debate on a draft law to establish a trial of former Khmer Rouge leaders could be­gin this week, apparent...