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CPP, Funcinpec Embark on Key Meetings

Senate Said Most Complicated Issue Funcinpec and CPP officials were tight-lipped on the results of the first day of working-group meetings aimed at forming a...

Ex-Funcinpec Members Sign Critical Letter

Three prominent former Fun­cinpec officials Thursday stood behind an inflammatory “Open Letter of the Royal Gov­ernment of Cambodia” that at­tacked the opposition as “allies”...

Proposed Senate Is a Solution Full of Problems

The Senate proposal that emerged from last week’s summit has provoked mixed feelings from political and legal analysts, who say it could be a...

Government Praises Hun Sen, Disparages US, Political Foes Opponents

The government has leapt to the defense of Second Prime Min­ister Hun Sen, condemning what it says are the efforts of the opposition and...

DNUM Party Lauds Results Of Summit

Former Khmer Rouge deputy prime minister Ieng Sary’s quasi-political movement on Sunday lauded last week’s summit agreements, calling them “a light of hope to...

Some Ministry Posts Shared In New Gov’t, Officials Say

The next five years will see another power-sharing agreement in the Cabinet and the ministries of Defense and Interior, as Funcinpec and the CPP...

Work Remains Despite Coalition Deal

As the dust settles after a two-day summit that dissolved more than three months of political deadlock, the parties still must resolve many gray...

King Voices Optimism as He Leaves for China

Heavy gray skies and a drizzling rain didn’t dampen spirits at King Norodom Sihanouk’s de­parture ceremony Saturday, as the monarch bade farewell to diplomats...

Amnesties Leave Five Officials In Ambiguous Legal Situations

Plans for reintegrating several thousand resistance troops ap­peared to kick into gear over the weekend, but the future of five men given royal amnesties...

Long Road Separates KR Victims, Justice

But Arrival of UN Experts a Key Step Setting up a tribunal to try Khmer Rouge leaders on char­ges of crimes against humanity will be...

Prince Ranariddh Joins Sudden Summit

‘Progress’ Made; Rainsy Not Present Funcinpec and the CPP on Thursday hurriedly convened a two-day summit at the Royal Palace under the auspices of the...

Scores Still Missing From Anti-Gov’t Protests

On Sept 10, Lim Thong woke up early to attend another day of demonstrations in the two-week-old anti-government protests. The 31-year-old unemployed hotel worker...

F’pec, Rainsy Link Pardons, Government

A Funcinpec and Sam Rainsy Party statement obtained Wed­nesday implied amnesties must be given to party supporters convicted in “political” cases before an effective...

Colonel’s Firing Linked to Log Crackdown

Two RCAF generals, including an aide to Hun Sen, claimed Wednesday that the second prime minister’s Oct 22 declaration to crackdown on illegal logging...

Takeo Hospital Staff Keeps Graft in Remission

takeo town - Aside from the saffron robe and light blue T-shirt monks gave her to use as a blanket and pillow, Path Mom...

Phnom Penh Awash in Festival Atmosphere

Festival-goers came out in the tens of thousands Tuesday, jamming the streets, dancing to rock music and raptly watching the boat races. The yearly...

Info Ministry Lifts Paper’s Suspension

The Ministry of Information has allowed an opposition newspaper to resume publishing after a 20-day suspension, but plans to pursue its court case against...

CPP Pursues Summit, Offers ‘Concessions’

The CPP on Wednesday de­clared that it is willing to make concessions to the opposition, re­leasing a three-page statement that pushed for a summit...

Rebel Forces Take Towns, Fight Gov’t

Anti-government forces have stepped up their attacks in the northwest, capturing two villages and fighting government troops for two others, a senior RCAF official...

Caltex Uses Contested Land

American oil giant Caltex has opened a new filling station on a piece of Phnom Penh land the Supreme Court nine months ago ordered...