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Chea Mony Plans To Resign as President of FTU

As membership and dues de­cline at the Free Trade Union, union president Chea Mony will resign six years after he stepped into the shoes...

CPP Outlines Anti-Graft Platform, Berates Critics

Two months after the anticorruption law sailed through the National Assembly and Senate, the ruling CPP on Tuesday staunchly defended its anti-graft legislation and...

Hun Sen Warns Commanders To Provide Accurate Battle Reports

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday warned RCAF commanders stationed on the Thai-Cambodian border that they will be punished if they provide him with false...

Rice, Fish Production Up; Rubber Growth Increased

Rice production continued modest rises during the 2009 to 2010 season, reaching a total of 7.58 million tons of unmilled rice, while last year’s...

PM Tasks Deputies To Explain ‘Tea Money’ Payments to Gov’t

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Fri­day tasked Cabinet Minister Sok An, who is in charge of oil exploration, as well as Finance Minister Keat...

Premier To Visit Preah Vihear, But Not Border

Prime Minister Hun Sen will visit Preah Vihear province today to open a local government office, officials said. Defense Ministry spokesman Lieutenant General Chhum...

SRP Calls for Explanation of ‘Social Fund’

Opposition asks Sok An to open the books on oil and mining payments The opposition SRP has called on the government to explain its dealings...

Request for Screening of Chea Vichea Film Rejected by City Municipality

Phnom Penh Municipal Gover­nor Kep Chuktema has rejected a request from the Cambodian Con­federation of Unions to screen the documentary film “Who Killed Chea...

Police Break Up Post-Trial SRP Protest March

A large deployment of police forcibly broke up a march led by SRP lawmaker Mu Sochua and her supporters through the capital Tuesday, leaving...

Mu Sochua Convicted, Fined $4,100

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Tuesday found SRP lawmaker Mu Sochua guilty of defaming Prime Minister Hun Sen and ordered her to pay...

Step Forward for Foreign Property Ownership

A sub-decree allowing legal ownership of individual apartments is expected to be approved by the Council of Ministers today, paving the way for a...

Opposition Sees Hope in Int’l Media Coverage

Media coverage of recent legal actions against government critics has shone an international spotlight on Cambodia, bringing attention that opposition lawmakers and journalists said...

Opposition Sees Hope in Int’l Media Coverage

Media coverage of recent legal actions against government critics has shone an international spotlight on Cambodia, bringing attention that opposition lawmakers and journalists said...

SRP Embraces New, Non-Confrontational Approach

The days of bullhorns and lawsuits are over for the SRP, and Cambodia’s new-look opposition will take a much quieter approach, party President Sam...

CCU Marks Anniversary of P Vihear Standoff With Protest

The Cambodian Confederation of Unions plans to host a protest Wed­­nesday marking what many see as the one-year anniversary of the Preah Vihear standoff,...

Mu Sochua, Ho Vann Having A Hard Time Finding Lawyers

Following the abrupt resignation and political realignment of their attorney, SRP lawmakers Mu Sochua and Ho Vann are facing difficulty finding a lawyer to...

Mu Sochua’s Attorney To Miss Hearing for Medical Reasons Not Be Present at Hearing

SRP lawmaker Mu Sochua’s at­torney Kong Sam Onn will not participate in today’s scheduled Cam­bodian Bar Association hearing over alleged ethics violations the attorney...

In the Foxhole, Everyone Is Superstitious

At Preah Vihear, a legion of charms, rituals and symbols serve to comfort soldiers on the front line preah vihear temple - Back in April,...

In the Foxhole, Everyone Is Suspicious

Preah Vihear temple - Back in April, shortly after the brief battle between Thai and Cambodian forces, one of the more unusual operations associated...

Vote Strips Immunity of Mu Sochua, Ho Vann

The National Assembly on Monday voted to strip the parliamentary immunity of Sam Rainsy Party lawmakers Mu Sochua and Ho Vann during a closed-door...

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China Mulls Purge of Foreign Content From Media, School Textbooks

The ruling Chinese Communist Party's media regulator is considering banning the broadcast of overseas-produced news during prime time on domestic channels, while the country's ministry of education has ordered a purge of foreign content from textbooks in primary and secondary education.

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