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Chinese Woman With 40 Passports Caught

A Chinese woman was arrested Tuesday evening at Pochen­tong Airport for attempting to bring 40 Chinese passports into Cambodia, senior Immig­ration Police and Customs...

Kandal Police Claim Intimidation in Chinese Murder Case

High-ranking police officials are blocking the investigation into the recent stabbing death of a Chinese national involved in smuggling illegal immigrants into Cambodia, a...

Cemetery Dug Up in Search for Ta Mok’s Gold

chhey teal village, Takeo province - The story coming out of this rural southern Cambodia province last week seemed eerie and implausible—truckloads of soldiers...

Too Soon to Tell Success of Nationwide Condom Program

sihanoukville - Tears roll down Chan Srey’s face and her voice chokes up as she recalls the parents and five brothers and sisters she...

City Land Dispute Escalates; Owners Threaten Bodyguard

Residents of a Phnom Penh commune embroiled in a land dispute surrounded and threatened to destroy the car of a bodyguard of Prime Minister...

Opposition Says B-40 Attack Suspect Has Alibi

The Sam Rainsy Party member arrested Sunday in connection with last year’s Siem Reap rocket attack was in jail at the time of the...

Elderly Bemoan Coldness , Corruption of New Generation

Seventy-seven-year-old Chey Teng finds little to admire in contemporary society and often looks back fondly on the past. “As far as cultural changes are...

Car Bomb Linked to Chinese Mafia, Penal Police Say

City police investigating a booby trap bomb placed under a vehicle early Friday morning said they suspect the blundered attack to be part of...

Car Bomb Safely Detonated on Monivong Boulevard

A section of normally bustling Moni­vong Boulevard was brought to a standstill early Fri­day morning as explosives experts detonated a sophisticated bomb that authorities...

Cambodia Still Denies Arrest Of VN Activist

Although a spokesman in Vietnam’s Foreign Ministry confirmed Thursday that Cambodian police arrested and deported members of the anti-communist Free Vietnam group, government officials...

Sister of Slain Actress Says No Official Involved

The sister of slain actress Piseth Peaklica said Wednesday her sister was not ordered to divorce husband Khay Praseth and there was no truth...

City Targets Service Stations

A city government plan could put informal service stations and car washes around the city out of business. All stations smaller than 400 square...

Some Farmland to be Returned to Villagers

A lingering property dispute in Kompong Cham province is likely to end this week when the Agrostar company begins returning 150 hectares of farmland...

Search for Suspect Goes NW

The former economic police officer suspected of shooting a Phnom Penh karaoke singer to death is being sought in Banteay Meanchey province, government officials...

Witnesses of Actress’ Fatal Shooting Still Unquestioned

Less than two weeks after gran­ting the owners of Naga Floating Casino a reprieve from a new law that would have shut them down,...

Remains of Belgian Tourist Returned to Family Members

The sad saga of two Belgian tourists who visited Khmer Rouge-controlled Preah Vihear Temple in 1994 and were never seen alive again came to...

Funcinpec Loyalists Swallow CPP Limits on Reintegration Limit

More than 5,000 Funcinpec loyalists are scheduled to be integrated today into the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces after two months of negotiation. However, versions...

No Warrant For Officer in Murder Case

A Ministry of Interior officer who witnesses say gunned down a karaoke waitress who refused his sexual advances is still at large and the...

Military Commander Ruled Real Owner of Kampot Land of Kampot

The Kampot provincial court on Friday ruled in favor of a military commander in a controversial land case that rights workers said could affect...

More Land-Mine Injuries Foreseen in Samlot May Increase in Samlot

The number of land-mine victims is expected to increase as refugees from Thai border camps return to the heavily mined Samlot area, aid officials...