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Ministry Says Attack Aimed to Spur Return to ‘Year Zero’

Details Still Murky Over Rocket Blast The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has called Thursday’s B-40 rocket explosion near a CPP motorcade “the ultimate attempt to...

Pailin Cautiously Urges Coalition, Denies Friction With CPP

thnol tor teng village, Pailin - Pailin Gover­nor Y Chhien told several hundred villagers and government officials here Thurs­day that political parties should put...

Nestle Exports May Be Early

Five months after moving into the old Apsara milk factory, the Swiss food giant Nestle’s dairy project is ahead of schedule and ready to...

Firm Decries Red Tape Delay

The British firm contracted to supply power in Battambang said Thursday its project is being held up by delays in transferring control of the...

Monarch Pardons Editor Who Criticized Him

King Norodom Sihanouk on Thursday pardoned the editor of an opposition newspaper that printed an article critical of the monarch. “I hereby announce that...

Students Ask King to Find Missing Protesters

A group of students involved in protests this month have written a letter to King Norodom Siha­nouk asking for help to look into the...

UN Says 16 Killed in Poll-Related Violence

At least 16 people were killed in election-related violence over the past four months, according to a UN report released Thursday. The report from...

B-40 Rocks Siem Reap Motorcade

Siem Reap town - A roadside ex­plosion rocked this quaint provincial capital at about 9:15 am, just as the motorcades carrying the new parliamentary...

Violence Tarnishes Assembly Opening Ceremony

siem reap town - Cambodia’s new National Assembly convened amid deadly violence, glittering pageantry and continuing political crisis Thursday as a spectacular swearing- in...

Some Fear Siem Reap Explosion Will Poison Negotiations

siem reap town - Cambodians here expressed confidence that this week’s talks between the three main political parties would resolve the post-election deadlock—until, that...

Agencies Say Less Advertising, Cite Political Uncertainty

Major advertising agencies said this week that their clients have scaled back advertising expenditures by an average of 25 percent in the past year....

Cambodia Daily Mosquito Net Campaign Enters Second Year

It’s somewhat ironic that the things that have traveled farthest for a newspaper company in Cam­bodia are not newspapers, but mosquito nets. But that’s...

RCAF Claims Troop Movements No Battle Cry

Military leaders Wednesday confirmed government troop movements along the Thai border near Samlot, but denied an opposition newspaper’s claims that they are building up...

Squatter Jobs Plan Represents a New Approach

After puzzling over how to find workers for his new palm oil plantation near Sihanoukville, businessman Mong Reththy believes he has a solution that...

Hun Sen Demands Acceptance as PM

Threatens to Arrest Opposition Figures siem reap town - A confident Second Prime Minister Hun Sen, looking forward to the convening of the National Assembly...

Assembly to Start Work Without Deal

siem reap town - The new Na­tional Assembly will begin work next week without an agree­ment for a new government, delegates to a tripartisan...

‘Unconstitutional’ Travel Ban Still in Effect

A former opposition parliamentarian was prevented from leaving Cambodia last week despite a letter of permission from National Assembly Chairman Chea Sim.  Still another...

Thai Flights Back in Air After 2 Days

Thai Airways International is scheduled to resume flights to Pochentong Airport today after a minor problem with the control tower’s navigation system has been...

Police Disperse Monks; Marches Called Off

As political leaders arrived at a multi-party summit in Siem Reap on Tuesday morning, Phnom Penh police dispersed a small group of monks, supporters...

Rainsy Says Opposition Should Stay United

siem reap town - Funcinpec and the Sam Rainsy Party would be better off giving the CPP full power than joining a coalition government...

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Court hears two cases against CNRP’s Rainsy

Phnom Penh Municipal court on Monday heard two cases against Sam Rainsy, “acting president” of the Supreme Court-dissolved Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP), on charges of inciting the military and insulting King Norodom Sihamoni.