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KR, Military Swap Gains In Northwest

Khmer Rouge hard-liners continued to grapple with defectors and government troops for control of the Anlong Veng area over the weekend as both sides...

Ieng Mouly Party to Reconcile Resistance Roots, CPP Rapport

sisophon, Banteay Meanchey - Ieng Mouly and his Buddhist Liberal Party kicked off their campaign in the northwest last week with a pledge to...

Deputy PM Worried Violence Will Balloon Out of Control

In the aftermath of Wednes­day’s politically charged street fight, Deputy Prime Minister Sar Kheng warned of  more violence. “One day there can be worse trouble....Tomorrow...

Prince to Decide on Candidacy by Month’s End

Deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh said Wednesday he and other opposition parties will decide by the end of the month whether they...

Street Fights Erupt Among Demonstrators

Club-wielding protesters ag­ainst Prince Norodom Ranariddh clashed with Funcinpec loyalists at the foot of Wat Phnom early Wed­­nesday evening—culminating a day of political protests...

German Aid Gives Cover to Malarial Villages

Children living in a group of villages in Kampot will no longer face the deadly threat of malaria thanks to a program by the...

Nguon Soeur Urges Pardons

Khmer Citizen’s Party Pres­ident Nguon Soeur has asked King Norodom Sihanouk to consider pardoning two princes and four prominent generals, but the King responded...

Former Assembly Head Wants Election Arbiter

Chausen Cocsal Chhum, president of the National Assembly from 1959 to 1968, called Friday for the critical Constitutional Council to be formed immediately. “I...

Political Stress Intensifies As Prince Returns Today

As Phnom Penh prepared for the return of deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ran­a­riddh today, diplomats and analysts warned of heightened political tensions....

Two Attacks Leave Policeman Dead, Five Hurt

Two men, one a military policeman, were killed by police Sat­urday night in Phnom Penh, while a grenade blast in another part of the...

Pardon Standing Still

A pardon for deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Rana­riddh was on hold Friday, pending a joint response by the two prime ministers to...

Tracking a Killer

he decayed boardwalk between the small stilted wooden shacks is just wide enough for a motorcycle. The nurse, however, maneuvers the little Honda with...

Sok An Avoids Press Queries About Polls Deal

A senior government official instrumental in secretly contracting a private company to stage $26 million elections in July re­fused to speak with reporters about...

A Dance of the Heart

prey samrong village, Kompong Speu pro­vince - “TCHUK, TCHUK, TCHOOK, TCHOOK, TCHUK, TCHUK, TCHOOK, TCHOOK...” On goes the Ong Reh dance. The music played by...

KR Defectors From K Kong Confirmed

Government officials confirmed Monday that Khmer Rouge fighters and civilians have defected to the government from the coastal province of Koh Kong, although exact...

Federation in Fiscal Scoring Slump

Cambodian Football Federation (CFF) officials are in a fiscal scoring slump, claiming a sponsorship agreement with Marlboro is unfairly depriving the league of revenue....

Restarting Cambodia’s Football Legacy

Compared with sacred events at such hallowed football shrines as Manchester’s “Old Trafford” or Aztec Stadium in Mexico City, weekend Marlboro League matches at...

Murders Fuel Fears of Political Violence

Fears mounted of an upsurge in political violence as news broke Thursday of the murder of another supporter of deposed first prime minister Prince...

Crowds Expected at Prince’s Weapons Trial

Crowds are expected to flock to the Defense Ministry today at 8:30 am for the trial of deposed first prime minister Prince Noro­dom Ranariddh...

Drug Efforts Mixed, Says US

Cambodia appears to have beefed up anti-drug activities in recent months, but efforts are still plagued by politics and corruption at high levels, the...