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Hun Sen Unveils Simultaneous Withdrawal Plan

Chides Thai prime minister for ‘childish’ approach to issue Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday reiterated Cambodia’s willingness to comply with a UN court-ordered withdrawal of...

Review of Ho Sok Land Case Ordered by Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice on Friday asked the Supreme Court to review its decision concerning the estate of late Funcinpec stalwart Ho Sok. In...

Social Affairs Ministry Probe Reveals Graft

The Ministry of Economy and Finance last week asked the Mini­stry of Social Affairs to return more than $5 million allegedly em­­bezzled from government...

3 Years On, Reporter’s Murder Still Unsolved

On a warm evening three years ago today, Khim Sambor and his son Khat Sarinpheata had just finished exercising at Olympic Sta­dium. They were...

Five Fisheries Officials Axed By Hun Sen

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday ordered Agriculture Mini­ster Chan Sarun to fire five senior fisheries officials around the Ton­le Sap Lake who are accused...

Council Orders Continuation of Crackdown on Illegal Fishing

The Council of Ministers on Fri­day ordered the Tonle Sap Au­thor­ity to continue clamping down on illegal fishing on the Tonle Sap lake, using...

Sell-Off of Wildlife Areas Faster Than Believed

The government has continued this year’s wholesale privatization of environmental conservation areas, according to official records which show that another 500 square km of...

OZ Minerals Deal a Windfall for Officials’ Kin

In buying out its partner in a Mondolkiri province gold mine in 2009, the Australian company OZ Minerals paid hundreds of thousands of dollars...

Personal Outlays Hamper Future Court Officers

Lack of support may harm justice, encourage corruption, NGOs say Newly minted apprentice judges and prosecutors performing probationary service around the country complained this month...

Cease-Fire Halts Seven Days of Border Fighting

Cambodian and Thai officials declared a cease-fire yesterday on a seventh day of fighting at the Thai-Cambodian border, the longest stretch of violence since...

Another Deadly Clash Along Thai Border

3 Cambodian troops, at least 3 Thais killed in fighting near Ta Moan temple Thai and Cambodian troops clashed yesterday along the border in Oddar...

A Legacy of Ho Sok Nullified by Supreme Court

Former stalwarts fought for years after leader’s murder   Chea Kim, a widow of the government’s 1997 cataclysm, suffered defeat yesterday as the Supreme Court awarded...

Ex-Prosecutor Accused of Graft in Murder Case

In a telephone recording, he is heard offering to ‘solve your problem’ Days before his arrest last year, Pursat provincial prosecutor Tob Chan Sereivuth was...

Three Agriculture Ministry Employees Arrested for Bribes

Three staff members from the Ministry of Agriculture were arrested before dawn on Thursday for allegedly setting up an illegal checkpoint on National Road...

National Arbitration Center Exams Rescheduled

Six months after candidates for the National Arbitration Center boycotted examinations designed to ensure their credibility, the Commerce Ministry has scheduled a new test...

Gov’t to Seek Asean Border Observers

Foreign Affairs Minister Hor Namhong yesterday said Cam­bodia would ask Asean to send observers to the borderline around Preah Vihear temple as soon as...

Thai Soldiers Firing at Night, Officials Say

Military officials said yesterday that Thailand is attempting to provoke Cambodia by firing weapons by night at Cambodian positions surrounding Preah Vihear temple. On...

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...

25 Montagnards Leave Cambodia for Canada

More to leave this week, while 10 more still being assessed Twenty-five Montagnard asylum-seekers held at a UN refugee center ordered by the government to...

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...

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