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Vandalism Disturbs Vietnamese Residents

Lym Heng, a coffee shop owner in Prampi Makara district, is not Vietnamese, but most of the customers sitting down to watch a Hong...

CPP Hints of Rainsy Bust

As the sit-in across from the National Assembly continued to grow in its fourth day, the government responded to the protests on Thursday with...

Protesters Dig In at ‘Democracy Square’

CPP Officials Say Rally Must Move A massive sit-in across from the National Assembly entered its third day Wednesday, with vows from the opposition not to...

Midnight Meeting Averts Crackdown

But Demonstrators, Gov’t Still at Odds A major confrontation between the government and opposition leaders staging a sit-in in front of the National Assembly was...

Protesters Struggle Through Heat, Rain in ‘Democracy Place’

Through heat and rain, from night to day, thousands have gathered in the park across from the National Assembly—dubbed “Democracy Place”—by the opposition since...

Rainsy Urges Rebellion if Gov’t Shoots

Vows to Continue Election Vigils Fearing violence against protesters, Sam Rainsy on Monday called for soldiers and police serving the government to point their guns...

Thousands Defy Threats, Rally at Stadium

Despite Thursday night’s gren­ade attack and two days of ruling-party scare tactics, thousands turned out for an opposition rally Sunday at Olympic Stadium. Opposition...

Opposition Parties Vow to Rally Sunday

Opposition parties vowed to press on with a Sunday demonstration despite Thursday night’s deadly grenade attack and a ban by the Ministry of Interior....

Rainsy, Interior Trade Accusations

Sam Rainsy on Friday accused forces within the Ministry of Interior of trying to assassinate him, while the ministry said the opposition leader’s actions...

Pictures Worth 1,000 Risks

Japanese Freelance Photojournalists Go Where the Action is Hottest When freelance journalist Peter Allport found himself in the middle of an artillery barrage while covering...

Interior Ministry Says No to Sunday March

Asks Sam Rainsy to Walk on Monday The Ministry of Interior said Thursday it would not approve Sunday’s opposition march through Phnom Penh because most...

Death Threats Decline After Hun Sen’s Appeal, UN Says

The UN human rights office on Wednesday said it had not re­ceived a single report of a politically motivated killing since the July 26...

Prince, Rainsy Blast Filipino Policymaker

Party presidents Prince Noro­dom Ranariddh and Sam Rainsy have sent a letter to Philippine Foreign Secretary Domingo Sia­zon, slamming him for suggesting political leaders...

Police Defend Defrocking Act

A deputy police chief on Mon­day defended his officers who looked on as two monks accused of embezzlement were beaten and defrocked by angry...

Monks Beaten While Villagers Stage Defrocking

Angry villagers in Meanchey district literally defrocked two monks accused of embezzlement Sunday afternoon while a large contingent of police looked on, according to...

Consumer Savvy

Supermarkets Hock Imported Goods To Dollar-Holding Masses kippy Peanut Butter, Kraft Vegemite, Nissen Coup O’ Noodles, Doritos Nacho Cheese Flavor Corn Chips, Campbell’s Soup, Lee...

Local Documentation Center Fears For Funds

An allegation of embezzlement at the Yale Genocide Program in the US is harming the the local Documentation Center for Cam­bo­dia’s ability to raise...

Delayed Phnom Penh Results Expected Today Today TodayTodayers Tell of Intimidation, Fraud

A National Election Committee spokesman promised that preliminary results for Phnom Penh will be released today, 10 days after the elections. Samraing Kamsan, spokes­man...

Survey Shows Differences to Poll Results

Perhaps proving the axiom that the only poll that counts is the one on election day, a French-based research organization shows a wide disparity...

For Ted Ngoy It’s Back to ‘Simple Businessman’

After failing to gain a seat for the second straight election, flamboyant Cambodian-American businessman Ted Ngoy is clearly disappointed. His back is sore, his...

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