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Police Probe K Cham Death

Kompong Cham provincial police have begun an investigation of the beating death of a Sam Rainsy Party worker, while another party worker missing in...

2 Watchdogs Say ‘Flawed’ Election Must Be Delayed

Two international groups have charged that the nation’s electoral process is so flawed that free and fair elections are impossible—with only six weeks left...

Prey Veng Killings Incite Fear, Village Exodus

Political tension is rising in Prey Veng province after the mur­der of two people with connections to Funcinpec, and 15 families have fled their...

Funcinpec Members Killed In Prey Veng, Officials Say

A Funcinpec activist and the wife of a party official were slain Sunday in separate attacks in Prey Veng province, party members and government...

Gov’t, Guns Drawn Into Court Decision

Military police on Thursday re­futed charges they used force to re­verse a court decision and re-im­prisoned two suspects who had been freed in connection...

PM’s Newest Crackdown—Urination

It was the realization of an idea that has been in the works for months. First Prime Minister Ung Huot in a Tuesday ceremony handed...

Border Trade Means Gov’t Must Buy Rice

Despite a surplus last year, the government will be forced to buy 40,000 tons of rice this year to feed poor Cambodians and ease...

Stack of Complaints Burdens NEC Officials

The National Election Com­mittee lacks the time to investigate the “enormous” number of com­plaints it has received and will begin taking measures to lighten...

Two Arrested in Disputed Prey Veng Murder

ansaong village, Prey Veng province - Police here have arrested two suspects in an alleged political killing here, claiming the slaying was the result...

Freedom To Travel Key to ‘Free and Fair’ Polls

When a string of execution-style murders were carried out in late February, some opposition party workers fled their homes in the provinces and fear...

Little Time For Refugees To Register

Funcinpec officials called Sun­day for the speedy return of the estimated 80,000 Cambodian re­fugees in Thailand so they can vote in upcoming elections.  But with...

Caltex Challenges Court, Eyes Legal Review

A US oil company this week vowed to fight a Supreme Court ruling in a complex land dispute that has sparked a confrontation between...

Gov’t Search for Killing Field Taking Time

An Anlong Veng killing field revealed by defecting Khmer Rouge soldiers has not been found by government forces and it likely will be some...

RCAF Says KR Refugees Going Home

Aid workers and military officials reported Thursday that a steady stream of displaced Khmer Rouge defectors have been leaving squatter camps and returning to...

Khann Savoeun Prepared to Stand for F’pec

Former Military Region 4 Commander Khann Savoeun will stand for election to the National Assembly as a Funcinpec candidate in Kompong Cham, a party...

Howes Murdered, British State

More than two years after his disappearance, the British For­eign Offiice finally has concluded that deminer Christopher Howes was murdered in the then-rebel stronghold...

Tea Banh to Look After Poll Security

The Council of Ministers last week appointed Defense co-Minister Tea Banh to oversee election security, although a comprehensive security plan is still in the...

Gov’t Wants Resistance Commander at Talks

The resistance is ready to send another team to Phnom Penh this week to discuss troop reintegration, but the absence of a key negotiator...

Diplomats Unsure of Poll Boycott’s Impact

Diplomats in Phnom Penh re­acted cautiously Tuesday to the National United Front’s declaration of a boycott of July 26 elections, saying they were uncertain...

Red Cross Returns Defectors to Anlong Veng

Five Red Cross trucks on Mon­day returned the first of thousands of displaced Khmer Rouge defectors back to Anlong Veng, an aid official said....

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