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FBI to Hold Terrorism Seminar in Siem Reap

The Interior Ministry will hold a conference on counterterrorism and cybercrime in Siem Reap City later this month alongside members of the U.S. FBI.

Cambodia Plans to Offer Lessons on ‘Win-Win’ Policy to Burma

Following a meeting last week with Burmese military commander Min Aung Hlaing, Prime Minister Hun Sen said on Friday that Cambodia planned to dispatch officials to pass on lessons of his “win-win” policy to help a country still struggling with regional rifts and warring factions.

Spokesman Says ‘Greedy’ Businessmen Strain Stipend

A senior government spokesman complained on Wednesday of price gouging among “greedy” lodging operators for the upcoming Sea Festival in Sihanoukville.

Amid Latest Sex Scandal, Many Recall Piseth Pilika

Claims of Prime Minister Hun Sen's alleged affair with a popular starlet, who was assassinated in 1999, have resurfaced online amid a campaign to rebuke deputy opposition leader Kem Sokha for his own alleged mistresses.

Ministry Delays Decision on Minimum Wage Vote

The Ministry of Labor announced Monday that a final vote on a new monthly minimum wage in the garment sector would be pushed back from Friday to sometime in November.

Hun Sen Raises Civil Servant Pensions

Prime Minister Hun Sen signed a sub-decree on Thursday ordering government officials to raise the pensions of retired and disabled civil servants by between $5 and $15.

Cambodian TV Fails to Cover Protests

Viewers of local television on Sunday would have had no idea the opposition CNRP was staging a mass protest, during which violent clashes with police occurred.

Hun Sen Says Rainsy Case Not Political

Prime Minister Hun Sen has dismissed a European Parliament resolution condemning court cases against opposition members, denying that the charges against self-exiled SRP leader...

Hun Sen Criticizes EU Resolution, Sam Rainsy

Prime Minister Hun Sen has dismissed a European Parliament resolution condemning court cases against opposition members, denying that the charges against self-exiled SRP leader...

Victim Is Living Protest Against Cluster Bombs

kratie province - Four years ago, Yoeun Sam En discovered his children playing with the bomblets, or sub-munitions released from cluster bombs, that litter...

Cambodia Press Freedom at New Low: Report

Freedom of the press in Cam­bodia took a substantial dive this year, dropping 41 places on a worldwide “press freedom index” releas­ed Wednesday by...

Dey Krahorm Residents: Firm Targeting Community Center

The fewer than 200 families left in Phnom Penh’s Dey Krahorm community might not still be holding out for the onsite development they feel...

Phnom Penh Theater Festival Showcases Evolution of an Art On Stage at

The second edition of the French Cultural Center’s Interna­tional Theater Festival starts tonight with a group of actors taking a Cambodian tale into the...

UN Body Likely To Appoint Rights Rapporteur

The international scrutiny of human rights in Cambodia is set to be renewed today, with a UN body in Geneva likely to adopt a...

Journalists To Commemorate 1925 Rebellion

Local journalists group Deum Ampil, or Tamarind Tree, is organizing a ceremony in Kompong Chhnang province’s Krang Leav village this Saturday to commemorate the...

Pay Raises Projected For 2009 in Garment, Government Sectors

Garment workers and government employees can expect pay raises in 2009, but officials said they will be undermined by skyrocketing in­flation, which the government...

Growing Taxi Fleet Has Tuk-Tuk Drivers Worried

Phnom Penh is a motorbike and tuk-tuk town. Until now, no meter­ed cab service has managed to survive. Global Taxi, a Chinese company, may be...

Growing Automobile Taxi Fleet Has Tuk-Tuk Drivers Worried

Phnom Penh is a motorbike and tuk-tuk town. Until now, no meter­ed cab service has managed to survive. Global Taxi, a Chinese company, may...

Census: Nation’s 13.4 Million Seek Elbowroom

With 70,482 inhabitants, Pailin, the town on the Thai border built for and by the Khmer Rouge, has more than tripled in size since...

Census: Nation’s 13.4 Million Seek Elbowroom

With 70,482 inhabitants, Pailin, the town on the Thai border built for and by the Khmer Rouge, has more than tripled in size since...