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A Chance to Heal Old Wounds

Deep inside the Vietnam Women’s Museum in the heart of Hanoi, down a dimly lit corridor, a spotlight illuminates a few scraggly strands of...

Rights Workers Question Hospitals’ Ethics

Sat Sokun was asleep Wednes­day when a stray bullet meant for a Funcinpec general slammed through the wall of her room and ended up...

‘Illegal’ Name Change Order Labeled a Blessing by Rainsy

Khmer Nation Party President Sam Rainsy said Thursday that a government action forcing him to change his party’s name was “a blessing in disguise.”...

Vannak Remains Imprisoned Despite Promise of Amnesty

Former Khmer Nation Party Security Chief Srun Von Vannak has yet to be released from prison, two months after Second Prime Hun Sen vowed...

‘Illegal’ Name Change Order Labeled a Blessing by Rainsy

Khmer Nation Party President Sam Rainsy said Thursday that a government action forcing him to change his party’s name was “a blessing in disguise.”...

Rights Workers Question Hospitals’ Ethics

Sat Sokun was asleep Wednesday when a stray bullet meant for a Funcinpec general slammed through the wall of her room and ended up...

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...

Deadly Disease Hits Cambodia’s Young Men Most Often

pailin - Round drops of sweat and the feverish chills of malaria were not enough to keep 16-year-old Rhime Roan away from the main...

Bowling, Snooker Enthusiasts To Have More Local Options

Phnom Penh’s recreation scene is set to get a boost, as two new sport and game centers prepare to open soon. Both will offer...

Deadly Disease Hits Cambodia’s Young Men Most Often

Pailin - Round drops of sweat and the feverish chills of malaria were not enough to keep 16-year-old Rhime Roan away from the main...

Global Witness Cites More Illegal Logging

The environmental watchdog Global Witness claimed Wednesday that another $73 million to $216 million worth of illegal logs are on the verge of being...

Funcinpec General Is Shot, Killed

A top Funcinpec police general was gunned down by two uniformed men Wednesday morning in Phnom Penh, while one bystander was killed and another...

Ranariddh Sentenced to Five Years

Deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh was sentenced in absentia to five years in prison Wednesday by the Phnom Penh Military Court. He...

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...

Television Stations Open Prince’s Trial a Day Early

On the eve of the trial of de­posed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh, television screens were filled with incriminating footage of the prince’s...

Fish Ponds Pour Aquaculture on Agriculture for Food, Profit

Tuol Krasaing village, Kandal province - Long Sien, a lifelong rice farmer, told a group of his counterparts recently how aquaculture can help their...

CPP President Publicly Praises Party Faithful

Cambodian People’s Party President Chea Sim opened a major party meeting Tuesday by praising the membership for contributing to the nation’s economic progress and...

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...

Poll Results Show People Want Prince to Run

More than 75 percent of people surveyed by a French-Cambodian research institute here said they want deposed first prime minister Prince Norodom Ranariddh to...

Police Under Gun for Rapid-Fire Responses

As residents of the capital express concern over the capital’s latest crime wave, police are drawing fire for two of last weekend’s high-profile shoot-outs....

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Growing Numbers of Chinese Workers Drive Up Housing Costs in Cambodia’s...

A steady climb in the number of Chinese nationals moving to Cambodia’s Sihanoukville over the last two years has driven up housing costs in the southwestern coastal province, leaving many Cambodian workers struggling to make ends meet while property owners profit from the increase in rents, sources say.