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Ill-Fated RCAF Chopper Dangerously Overloaded, Some Say

Passengers and aviation ex­perts said Sunday the RCAF helicopter that crash-landed near the historic Preah Vihear temple last week was dangerously overloaded. According to...

RCAF Chopper Crippled in Minefield, British Diplomat Among Trio Injured

siem reap - The second RCAF helicopter in more than five years to try to land at the former Khmer Rouge outpost at Preah...

Military to Launch Full Attack in One Week

siem reap - Senior military officials here said Wednesday that a “large-scale” attack on guerrillas hunkered down in the heavily forested Dangrek Mountains about...

Gov’t, Defectors Hold Preah Vihear Temple

preah vihear temple, Preah Vihear province - A mixed force of RCAF troops and newly defected hard-line Khmer Rouge control this historic mountaintop temple,...

Military Wants KR Leaders Taken Alive

siem reap - The military has devised a strategy to capture al­ive Khmer Rouge leaders Pol Pot, Ta Mok and Nuon Chea, top RCAF...

Annan May Bless July Poll

UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan is expected next week to declare the Cambodian elections scheduled for July fit for continued UN coordination, a UN election...

Private Election Deal Defended Amid Protests

Government officials Wed­nes­day staunchly de­fended a deal with a private firm to organize July elections, despite growing criticism from donors, watchdogs and opposition politicians....

NEC Head Hears Calls To Resign

Leading opposition politicians on Tuesday called for the resignation of the nation’s highest election official, saying “he is no longer trustworthy as a widely...

Aid Given to 6,200 Refugees in B Meanchey

Aid organizations are assisting more than 6,200 civilians who fled fighting earlier this month near their villages on the northwest border with Thailand, officials...

Khmer Rouge Troops Switch

Top military officials Sunday confirmed the second group defection in two weeks of Khmer Rouge troops aligned with hard-liners in the rebel jungle stronghold...

US House of Representatives Wants Gov’t Aid Tied to Polls

The US House of Represent­a­tives on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a resolution that recommends continuing to deny all US aid to the Cambodian government if...

Election Aid Still Top Priority

The country’s top election official on Wednesday said that securing foreign aid for the polls still should be Cam­bodia’s first priority. The comments came...

KR Defector Count Described as Premature

Top RCAF commanders said Tuesday that reports of a mass defection of anti-government fighters and their families were premature, and that negotiations for the...

Development Requires Peace, Ung Huot Says

The newly formed Reastr Niyum party led by party Presi­dent Ung Huot inaugurated its headquarters Monday, with the first prime minister telling loyalists that...

Activist’s Slaying ‘Revenge’

Authorities are trumpeting the arrest of two suspects in connection with the killing of an opposition party activist as proof that the execution-style slaying...

Czech-Born Photographer Focuses on Documenting Temples

“It was my dream of Angkor,” Jaroslav Poncar says of his photograph of rain slanting into one of the two impossibly long galleries at...

Care for HIV-Infected Now a Family Concern

Sothea remembers her panic three years ago when her daughter and newborn granddaughter tested positive for HIV. The 60-year-old woman feared she would contract...

AIDS Hospice Does the Work of 12 Families

Sok Heng is 7 years old, an AIDS patient and an orphan. Although it is unknown how she contracted the disease, her family kicked...