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City Officials May Be Sacked If They Can’t Capture Crooks

Police and district officials will be warned to start catching criminals or lose their jobs, a municipal official said Thursday, in detailing more of...

UN Concerned About Recent Media Pressures

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on Thursday expressed “concern” that the government has increased pressure against foreign and local media since the...

Gun Crackdown Begins to Mixed Reviews

Three truckloads of military police and motorcycle-riding Flying Tiger police from Don Penh district stopped early morning traffic Wednesday on Street 63, searching for...

Kyodo Protests False Report

Editors at Kyodo News service have lodged a protest and threatened litigation against the distributor of a story falsely claiming that resistance commander Nhiek...

Police Boost Security for Crime Wave

Police on Friday said they are stepping up security to help fight a recent surge in crime against foreigners. “The plan to strengthen security...

Hun Sen Orders Gov’t to Stay on Job

King Won’t Pressure Opposition Parties Second Prime Minister Hun Sen announced again Wednes­day that the pre-election government will continue to rule until a coalition deal...

Villages in Kep, Kampot Get 2,000 Treated Mosquito Nets

o’touch village, Kampot - Far­mers in this small village at the foot of Bokor Mountain got some help last week in their constant fight...

CPP Seeks King’s Help With Talks

King Norodom Sihanouk met with Second Prime Minister Hun Sen and CPP President Chea Sim on Tuesday, in what government officials described as an...

VIPs Gather at Pochentong as King Makes Return to Capital

King Norodom Sihanouk re­turned to Phnom Penh for the first time in nearly nine months Monday as politicians prepared to meet for the second...

Families Find Homes at PM’s Public Toilets

Hol Vuthy said he worked closely with First Prime Minister Ung Huot during the leader’s election campaign. Two months after Ung Huot’s party Reastr...

Malaria Nets Bring Joy, Protection to Children in Kampot

kampot town - When you have virtually nothing, something as unsentimental as a mosquito net can brighten your day. At Aspeca Orphanage Center outside...

NA Opening Delayed; Talks ‘Satisfactory’

The convening of the National Assembly will not take place before next week, participants at multi-party talks on forming a coa­lition government said Tuesday....

Coalition Talks Start Today

Rainsy Team Awaits Invitation to Attend Members of the opposition Sam Rainsy Party on Monday said they will attend coalition negotiations due to start today,...

Cambodia Election Watchdogs See How It’s Done in Sweden

A group of Cambodian election officials said they had a lot of surprises last week when they went to observe Sweden’s parliamentary elections. One...

UN Says 16 Killed in Poll-Related Violence

At least 16 people were killed in election-related violence over the past four months, according to a UN report released Thursday. The report from...

Thai Flights Back in Air After 2 Days

Thai Airways International is scheduled to resume flights to Pochentong Airport today after a minor problem with the control tower’s navigation system has been...

Monks Plan to March Despite Gov’t Decision

Despite lacking government permission, monks on Monday called for other monks to join them in a peace march in Phnom Penh today. The proposed...

Gov’t Denies Deaths Tied To Protests

The government on Sunday rebutted suggestions that bodies found around the capital in the last few weeks are related to a crackdown on opposition...

Phnom Penh Officials Unafraid of Year 2000 Glitch

In Phnom Penh, parts of the international and domestic telephone systems and the billing system for the city’s power may not be capable of...

Police Hold UN Vehicle After Dispute

The Interior Ministry impounded a vehicle Monday from Cam­bodia’s Office of the Personal Representative of Kofi Annan, the UN secretary-general, accusing its three passengers...