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King Denies His Foreign Policy Brought War

In his 17th letter replying to the Prince Norodom Ranariddh biography “Warrior Prince,” King Noro­dom Sihanouk vehemently denied that his foreign policy in the...

CIDA Donates Flood Relief

The Canadian International Development Agency has donated $63,610 to help people who had to abandon their homes due to floods this rainy season, ac­cording...

Children Orphaned by AIDS are Being Cared for in Homes and Pagodas

battambang - Their grandparents were victims of war and genocide; their parents grew up under foreign occupation or in refugee camps along the Thai...

Children Orphaned by AIDS are Finding a Home in the Pagoda

Their grandparents were victims of war and genocide; their parents either grew up under foreign occupation or in refugee camps along the Thai border....

AIDS Officials, Workers Head to Asia Meeting

A delegation of more than 80 people headed by Minister of Health Hong Sun Huot will represent Cambodia at the Sixth Int­ernational Congress on...

Chinese Researchers Come To Explain New Medicine

A Chinese delegation of medical researchers came to Phnom Penh last week to discuss a new medicine whose development Cambodia’s malaria experts and policy...

Khmer Artist Sketches Life

What if, instead of taking photos, someone sketched scenes while on a trip, stressing the pure lines of a building or the movements of...

French Official Urges Upgrade Of Cambodia Railway Service

For French Transport Minister Jean-Claude Gayssot, updating Cambodia’s railway service means more than providing better transportation. Students who want to go to university have...

How Development Will Affect Communities Living on the Tonle Sap Lake

For Kob Rohimas, the construction of a port facility at the Siem Reap end of Tonle Sap lake can’t happen soon enough. Sitting on...

Cambodia Striving to Regain Pre-1975 High Literacy Level

Quality education has a long history in Cambodia, according to Supote Prasertsri, head of the education program for the UN Educational, Scien­tific and Cul­tural...

Internet, Globalization Changing Education

Forget about education theories of the last 40 years—they no longer work. With that message, the Fifth International Conference on Language and Development got...

No Defections to Malaysia Expected in Games

Cambodian officials are confident that competitors at the South­east Asian Games in Ma­laysia will return home when the competition is over—unlike what occurred in...

Father Keeps His Dead Son’s Mission Alive

Cambodian authorities never learned who shot UN volunteer Atsu­hito Nakata and his Cambo­dian driver on a lonely Kompong Thom province jungle road in 1993....

Science, Religion and Development Linked, Physicist Says

Nuclear physicist Farzam Ar­bab will be the guest speaker at a talk on science, religion and de­vel­opment Thursday in Phnom Penh. Educators, policy makers,...

Children Victims of Latest Outbreak of Dengue Fever

siem reap town, Siem Reap province - Local hospitals are running out of space and re­sources to deal with a dengue fever epidemic. Unlike...

Canada Gives Explosives to Destroy Mines Destruction

The Canadian government has donated a fresh supply of explosives so a Cambodia-based organization can continue to destroy land mines and other unexploded ordnance,...

Cambodian Artists Seek Asylum in Canada

At least 11 members of a 43-person Cambodian delegation to the Francophonie Games in Can­ada have requested asylum, the Ministry of Culture confirmed Thursday....

Weapons Forum Debates Gun-Control Laws

Long Sam Ath says that she’s among the lucky ones. She may be physically handicapped and jobless, but she is still alive, while many...

Phnom Penh-Ho Chi Minh City Highway Project Gets VIP Visit

Representatives from six countries along the Mekong River took a week-long tour of the region last week, beginning July 22 with a drive from...

ADB Funds Project To Resolve Land Disputes

The Asian Development Bank is funding a project to help re­­solve the uncertainty, disputes and chaos in land rights and own­er­ship that are plaguing...