Home Authors Posts by Pin Sisovann

Pin Sisovann

830 POSTS 0 COMMENTS

More Money, Better Terms, Workers Say

More than 1,000 garment workers from three factories converged on the US Embassy on Wednesday, with demands for overtime pay and complaints that some...

Constitutional Council Meeting Abandoned

The inaugural meeting of the Constitutional Council, the country’s highest legal appeals body, was canceled Wednesday after its dean, Chau Sen Cocsal Chhum, apparently...

Samlot Hard-liners Resisting

A band of Khmer Rouge fighters in Battambang province de­fected to the government last week, but top hard-line commanders in the area of Sam­lot...

AKP Staffers Want Sale Shares

Staff members at Agence Khmere de Presse are threatening to demonstrate if they do not receive $200 each from the sale of Ministry of...

Logging Patrol Plan Hinges on Armed Rangers

Imagine 700 well-armed and well-trained rangers in camouflage uniforms patrolling Cam­bodia’s forests for illegal loggers. That is the centerpiece of a proposal to restore...

Politics, Corruption Said Behind Artifact Thefts

When residents of Tateung village in Kompong Chhnang pro­v­ince found pre-Angkorean bas-reliefs, statues and pillars carved in pink sandstone in a nearby forest on...

Mourners Mark Anniversary of March 30 Grenade Attack

Mourners peacefully marked the one-year anniversary of the deadly March 30 grenade attack Monday as city authorities let the religious ceremony and demonstration continue...

Businesses Still Wait for Compensation From July Fighting

Nearly nine months after factional fighting erupted in Phnom Penh, leaving burned-out factories, smashed auto dealerships and gas stations without pumps, local businesses are...

Anti-Drug Official Says Plotters Out to Kill Him

Cambodia’s deputy chief of anti-drug police said Wednesday there have been plots to kill him since a military police officer was arrested in a...

Vannak Remains Imprisoned Despite Promise of Amnesty

Former Khmer Nation Party Security Chief Srun Von Vannak has yet to be released from prison, two months after Second Prime Hun Sen vowed...

Latest Headlines

Cambodia’s pardon of Australian filmmaker ends ‘nightmare’, says family

The family of an Australian filmmaker pardoned by Cambodia after being jailed on espionage charges said on Saturday it was happy the “nightmare” came to an end, while the Australian foreign minister thanked the government in Phnom Penh for his release.

Stay Connected

377,397FansLike
23,790FollowersFollow
0SubscribersSubscribe