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10 Unsolved Journalist Murders Profiled by Rights Group

The cases of 10 journalists who have been assassinated in Cambodia since 1994 still remain unsolved, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights highlighted in...

Rights Group Keeps Focus on Slain Journalists

The cases of 10 journalists who have been assassinated in Cam­bodia since 1994 still remain un­solved, the Cambodian Center for Human Rights said in...

Etihad Airways in Talks to Come to Cambodia

Officials from Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, are negotiating an agreement that would bring direct flights from Abu Dhabi...

Plans Released for Two New Koh Pich Bridges

Phnom Penh municipality has released designs for two new bridges crossing to Phnom Penh's Koh Pich island, nearly a month after a stampede on...

Plans Released for Two New Koh Pich Bridges

Phnom Penh municipality has re­leased designs for two new brid­ges crossing to Phnom Penh’s Koh Pich island, nearly a month after a stampede on...

Bourse Secures Deal To Move Into Canadia Tower

The Securities Exchange Commission of Cambodia has signed an agreement to open its offices on floors 25 and 26 of Cambodia's tallest building, Canadia...

Negotiations Continuing in Sale of MobiTel Stake

Royal Group is still negotiating with multiple parties interested in buying a stake in its mobile telephone service provider CamGSM, which operates MobiTel, a...

Telekomunikasi Indonesia Negotiating For Stake in MobiTel

Telekomunikasi Indonesia is in negotiations to buy a majority stake in MobiTel having out bid rival investors, an official at the Jakarta-based telecom reportedly...

Telekomunikasi Indonesia Reportedly About To Buy MobiTel

Telekomunikasi Indonesia is in negotiations to buy a majority state in MobiTel having out bid rival investors, an official at the Jakarta-based telecom reportedly...

Disputed Data Shows Metfone has most subscribers

Metfone, the mobile telephone service provider owned by the Vietnamese military, reported having so many subscribers in November that it displaced MobiTel as the...

Angkor Capital Downgrades to Specialized Bank, official says

Angkor Capital Bank is downgrading from a commercial bank to a specialized bank, a company official said yesterday, just weeks before a deadline passes...

International Human Rights Day Sees Criticism of Handling of Rights

Rights groups yesterday criticized the government for its limited progress in protecting human rights to International Human Rights Day, which saw demonstrations across the...

New EU Trade Rules to Boost Cambodia, But Amount Is Unclear

In 2006, when A&J Worldwide opened a bicycle plant in Cambodia, it immediately became a rarity in a country with a production base essentially...

Telco Mergers to Close Gap With Market Leaders

When the country’s economy started to show signs of growth a decade ago, the stage seemed set for the telecommunications industry. Years of unrest...

Smart Mobile, Star-Cell Merge Officially

Mobile telephone service providers Smart Mobile and Star-Cell officially combined operations yesterday reducing the number of providers from nine to eight, a reduction of...

Deadline Passes of Property Tax Implementation

A deadline passed Tuesday for Finance Ministry subcommittees to create procedures to collect the new property tax which was scheduled to be implemented this...

Hopes for Real Estate Recovery in 2011

Cambodia will have to wait until next year for the real estate market to rebound, real estate experts said yesterday, repeating similar predictions offered...

Doubt Grows Over Resignations of Officials Involved in Koh Pich Disaster

Government officials yesterday hinted that the resignation of government officials in the aftermath of Monday's stampede that killed hundreds on a bridge at Koh...

Booth Multiply To Reach Visiting Populace

In addition to the races on the Tonle Sap river over the previous three days, another, larger and, in some ways more visible, competition...

US Naval Officer’s Long Trip Home to Cambodia

Michael Misiewicz remembers running as a child along the muddy banks of the Mekong river with his older brother, near the stilted house where...

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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.

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