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Russian Pedophile’s Jail Term Cut in Half

The convicted Russian pedophile Stanislav Molodyakov could be eligible for parole in under three years after the Court of Appeal yesterday cut nine years...

Abhisit Tells Thai Newspaper He Was Misquoted

Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has claimed he was misquoted in the newspaper story that led to the latest escalation in tension between Thailand...

Lawmakers Visit RCAF Troop Border Positions

choam ksan district, Preah Vihear province - The area around Preah Vihear temple remained quiet yesterday, the second successive day that Cambodian and Thai...

Chafed in Battle, Temple Shows Fresh Scars

Unesco announces mission to assess damage preah vihear temple - A prize of world patrimony, the Preah Vi­hear temple yesterday exhibited fresh battle scars as...

Deadly Fourth Day in P Vihear Border Fighting

Security Council reps gather in Phnom Penh; Official downplays temple damage report choam ksan district, Preah Vihear province - With a lull of only a...

Temple Wing ‘Collapsed’ as Fighting Continues

Hun Sen alerts UN Security Council; Indonesian foreign minister to arrive choam ksan district, Preah Vihear province - A wing of the 11th-century Preah Vihear...

Anti-Drug Czar Brought in for Questioning

Cambodia’s top narcotics police officer, Lieutenant General Moek Dara, and another senior anti-drug official were yesterday de­tained for questioning by officials from the Interior...

Rape Continued to Rise in ’10, NGOs, Police Say

Tracking the continued rise in the number of reported rape cases in Cambodia, the human rights group Adhoc recorded 501 rapes nationwide in 2010,...

ACU Chief Alleges Further Charges Against Prosecutor

Anticorruption Unit Chairman Om Yentieng said yesterday that Pursat prosecutor Tob Chan Sereivuth, who was arrested Monday, was likely to face "many" additional corruption...

Prosecutor May Face Further Charges of Graft

Anticorruption Unit Chairman Om Yentieng said yesterday that Pursat prosecutor Tob Chan Serei­vuth, who was arrested Mon­day, was likely to face “many” additional corruption...

Women’s Fears Continue After Gang Rapes

She said she fought with her attacker at first but gave up after receiving vicious punches and kicks to the face. He then raped...

Women’s Fears Continue After Phnom Penh Gang Rapes

She said she fought with her attacker at first but gave up after receiving vicious punches and kicks to the face. He then raped...

Nearly 100,000 Migrant Workers Deported By Thailand

Figures on track to record 30% rise over 2009 Nearly 100,000 Cambodian migrant workers were deported through the Poipet international border checkpoint after entering Thailand...

Nearly 100,000 Deported From Thailand This Year

Migrant worker figures on track to record 30% rise over 2009, official says Nearly 100,000 Cambodian mi­grant workers were deported through the Poipet international border...

In Cambodia, Mixed Opinions On Burma’s Historic Election

As Burma’s residents went to the polls for the first time in 20 years yesterday, a Cambodian government official said any judgment pass­ed on...

Aussie Rules Football Club Aiming To Score in Cambodia

The leather game ball is the shape of a giant stretched egg, bounces at odd angles when it lands on the ground and is...

Bilateral Diplomacy Played Out Via SMS

Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday that he had communicated with his Thai counterpart Abhisit Vejjajiva via text message Tuesday night to clarify a...

Human Rights Council Extends Cambodia Mandate

The UN Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution to extend the mandate of Cambodia's human rights envoy Surya Subedi for another year. The...

Thai Gov’t Denies Accusing Cambodia Over Militants

A day after a Thai government agency announced that Thai "red-shirt" militants had trained in Siem Reap province to kill Thai Prime Minister Abhisit...

Militant Inquiry Not Complete, Thailand Says

A day after a Thai government agency announced that Thai “red shirt” militants had trained in Siem Reap province to kill Thai Prime Minister...