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US Group Says July Elections Unacceptable

“To accept this election would, in fact, devalue the worth of elections in building democracies around the world.” That’s what Lorne Craner, the president...

Rohrabacher Rebuked for Attack on Hun Sen

Two Cambodian genocide experts say that a US congressman’s call to condemn Second Prime Minister Hun Sen as a war criminal has “no basis...

Migrants Find Little but Competition in Capital

The city has barely awoken Sunday morning when Kim Sam­nang, with a stick and wicker basket slung over his shoulder, be­gins his long trek...

Coalition Talks Start Today

Rainsy Team Awaits Invitation to Attend Members of the opposition Sam Rainsy Party on Monday said they will attend coalition negotiations due to start today,...

Temple Opened, But No Fees Waived on World Tourism Day

Cambodia’s first celebration of World Tourism Day on Sunday may have shown that Cambodia is safe—but certainly not free. The government turned down a...

3 Opposition Members Summoned to Court

Activists’ Questioning Called Pressure Tactic Summonses have been issued for the questioning of three opposition activists about their roles in possibly inciting people to racial...

Cambodia Election Watchdogs See How It’s Done in Sweden

A group of Cambodian election officials said they had a lot of surprises last week when they went to observe Sweden’s parliamentary elections. One...

US Legal Advisers End Stint

The financially-strapped Cambodian operation of the Am­­er­­ican Bar Association ended five years in the country Monday, turning over its office space and equipment to...

Migrants’ AIDS Risk Higher, Conference Participants Warn

The first conference in Cambo­dia to explore the connection be­tween the spread of AIDS and the growth of economic migration on Thursday showed that...

Monarch ‘Unable’ to Help Kem Sokha Leave Country

King Norodom Sihanouk said Saturday that he is unable to help lift a travel ban on opposition activist Kem Sokha. The King’s letter to...

CPP, Funcinpec Coalition Talks Set for Tuesday

Rainsy Party’s Role Remains Unclear Representatives from the CPP and Funcinpec are set to meet Tuesday in Phnom Penh to begin negotiations on forming a...

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...

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