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224 Chinese Nationals Reportedly Trafficked Through VN

All but 17 of the 224 Chinese nationals arrested Thursday in the northern part of the capital entered Cambodia overland from Vietnam, the deputy...

224 Chinese Jailed in Immigration Crackdown

In a sweeping raid, dozens of Phnom Penh police officers arrested 224 Chinese nationals who were found without legal travel documents in Tuol Kok...

Evictions Turn Violent In Siem Reap

Human rights workers said that at least three people were injured Wednesday morning when military police in Siem Reap tried to oust nearly 100...

New Director Takes Over Troubled CMAC

After a lengthy speech during which he only indirectly referred to the problems plaguing the Cambodian Mine Action Center, ousted agency head Sam Sotha...

Factory Fumes Fell Dozens

More than two dozen workers at Winner Garments Manu­facturing Co in the Tuol Kok district of Phnom Penh fainted on the job last week. Inspector...

RCAF Officer Who Sold Land Queried Over Toxic Waste Site

A military commander who sold the land where toxic waste has been dumped has been questioned by Sihanoukville Court, but said he knows nothing...

Government Considers Licensing Newspapers

The government may require media outlets to apply for annual operating licenses as part of an effort to maintain better control over the press,...

Families Still Afraid They’re Victims of Waste

bittrang village area, Sihanouk­ville province - When soldiers removed mercury-tainted waste near Sihanoukville in late Decem­ber, Ti Ong says she was hired to wash...

3 Charged in Sihanoukville Waste Case

sihanoukville - Three government officials including Customs Director In Saroeun have been charged in connection with the toxic-waste scandal here but have been released...

Waste Study by WHO Used to Refute Claims Refutes Claims to Deny Claim

Taiwan’s Formosa Plastics Corp is balking at compensating possible toxic-waste victims in part because the company claims that a World Health Organization report said...

Company Ignored Waste Compensation Issue, Officials Say

Taiwan’s Formosa Plastics Corp rebuffed efforts by a government delegation to talk about compensation for dumping toxic waste into Cambodia, a member of the...

Two Taiwanese Sought in Connection With Toxic Dumping

Arrested Man Says They Tricked Him Two Taiwanese men are being sought by local authorities in connection with the Sihanouk­ville toxic waste dumping scandal. The...

Customs Chief Questioned Again in Waste Case

Suspended Customs Director In Saroeun appeared for the second time at the Sihanoukville Court on Friday in connection with the toxic waste scandal that...

Battambang Farmers Protest Land Seizures

About 175 families from Bat-tambang province protested in front of the National Assembly Friday, claiming their land has been seized by the military and...

For Nation or for Fun, 51 Musclemen Vie for Mr Cambodia

The first-ever contest for the best-built Cambodian male takes place Sunday in Phnom Penh. Mr Cambodia, organized by the three-month-old Cambodian Body Building Federation,...

Court Investigates Land Eviction in K Speu

The Kompong Speu Provincial Court is squaring off against an RCAF general in a Kompong Speu land dispute. General Chum Tong Heng, the Defense...

Official Vows to Oust Suspect Fine Arts Students

The Ministry of Culture bowed to student demands Monday by agreeing to expel five students from the School of Fine Arts who had been...

Gov’t Readies Crime Attack Program Guidelines Out

The government is planning new guidelines on security to crack down on crime following reports of increased robbery and kidnapping. The draft Guidelines on...

Cures From the Killing Fields

The first time Dr Cheng Sun Kaing saw people using the plant called daem kraw to treat malaria, he was living under the horrors...

SRP Presses US to Support Hun Sen Probe

Their armed struggle failing along with their health, two of the three remaining hard-line Khmer Rouge leaders walked out of the jungle this weekend...