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  1. Voter Voices: Keo Naren, 48
  2. Two Provisionally Charged Over 60 Kg Drug Trafficking Bust
  3. Justice Ministry’s Facebook Hacked
  4. CPP Complains of CNRP March
  5. US Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Cambodian Government
  6. Election Rules for Media Called a Threat and a ‘Reminder’
  7. Bodies of Four UN Peacekeepers Killed in CAR Arrive Home
  8. Change Is Coming, Kem Sokha Promises at Mass CNRP Rally
  9. Ruling Party Rally Assembles Crowd of Mixed Allegiances
  10. Three Who Led Cambodians Into Fishing Slavery Sentenced
  11. KNLF Member Charged, Detained for Incitement
  12. Over 80 Percent of White Building Residents Agree to Deal
  13. Live Coverage: Commune Election 2017
  14. Oknha Nabbed In 50 Kg Drug Bust
  15. Bamboo Wonder
  16. Rainbow Tuk-Tuk
  17. Commune Vote Pits CPP Roots Against CNRP Momentum
  18. Khmer Rouge Massacres Relived in Victims’ Brief
  19. Pain, Politics on Display at Annual Khmer Rouge Memorial
  20. Kompong Speu Police Stop Petitioners From Reaching Capital
  21. KNLF Member Detained, Two Suspects Released After Arrests
  22. Foreign Homeland
  23. Lack of Witnesses Prolongs Commercial Surrogacy Trial
  24. Independent Election Monitor Will Dispatch 15,000 Observers
  25. Healer Charged With Raping 12-Year-Old Girl
  26. Nine Alleged Loggers Are Detained in Thailand
  27. NEC Won’t Probe Teeth-Smashing Threat
  28. Police Seize 50 Kg of Heroin, Methamphetamine in Capital Raids
  29. Letter-to-Editor: Media and Gov’t Need to Work Hand-in-Hand
  30. A Study in Contrast to ‘A Man for All Regimes’
  31. World Bank Economists Grilled Over Pervasive Rural Debt
  32. CNRP Re-Elects Trio of Vice Presidents Under New Bylaws
  33. NGO Publishes More Evidence of Illegal Logging Operation
  34. CNRP, Observers Put Election Ink to Test
  35. CPP Spokesman Warns That Army Will Not Stay Neutral
  36. Prosecution: Pol Pot’s ‘Double Shadow’ Is Guilty of Genocide
  37. NGO Cheers Opening of Animation Studio in Phnom Penh
  38. Seven More Cambodians Deported From US Arrive in Phnom Penh
  39. In Wage Protest, Hundreds of Garment Workers Block Road
  40. KNLF Members Set to Appear in Court Today
  41. City Pays to Let Tourists Glide Through Capital
  42. Four Arrested for Concealing Relative’s Murder
  43. HEKS/EPER – Project Coordinator based in HEKS/EPER Office Cambodia, Phnom Penh
  44. General Banh to ‘Smash Teeth’ Of Opponents
  45. Police Link Kith Meng to Illegal Wood Racket
  46. Opposition Leader Returns to Country After 17-Day US Trip
  47. Two KNLF Members Arrested at News Conference
  48. To Win Election, CPP Seeks to Win Party Merchandise Race
  49. Chinese Companies to Develop New Cambodian Railways
  50. NEC Considers CNRP Request to Reverse Election Rally Ban
  51. Military Officials Accused of Intimidating CNRP Activists, Members
  52. Struggling to Compete, Pig Farmers Request Government to Curb Imports
  53. More Illegal Migrant Workers Repatriated From Malaysia
  54. CPP Dusts Off Defector Tactics Ahead Of Election
  55. Dam Will Not Damage the Environment, Hun Sen Says
  56. Tribunal Lawyers Seek Acquittal, Blame Vietnam
  57. Elections May Affect Compensation for White Building Residents
  58. Woman Wielding Butcher’s Knife Slays Brother
  59. Driver on the Run After Collision With Minivan Kills Four
  60. Royal Birthday
  61. Dethroning Cash: Less than 20 Percent of Adults Use Bank in Cambodia
  62. The 13th Annual Gay Pride Week
  63. Minister Tells White Building Residents to End Negotiations
  64. Opinion: Microcredit Sector Hits Wall of Own Making
  65. Nuon Chea Defense Goes On Attack in Closing Brief
  66. Hun Sen Hijacks Forum Session to Scold Media
  67. Keat Chhon: A Man for All Regimes
  68. Wives of Killed UN Peacekeepers Tell of Shock and Sadness
  69. Laos PM Calls Reports of Border Clash With Cambodia a ‘Rumor’
  70. Organizations Call on Gov’t to Pass Laws for LGBT Rights
  71. NEC’s New Election Ink Can’t Be Erased, Spokesman Says
  72. Prince Ranariddh to Visit North Korea, Make Plea Against War
  73. CNRP Lawmaker Requests Explanation for Regional Trade Deficit
  74. Most Boat Owners Who Fled Fish Deaths Return
  75. Malaysian Caught With Heroin Admits to Crime
  76. Woman Found Strangled in Phnom Penh Condo
  77. Regional Leaders Seek Trillions in Infrastructure Spending
  78. Forum to Present ‘Dutertenomics’
  79. Room to Read – Country Director
  80. World Economic Forum Panel Talks Diversity, Democracy in Phnom Penh
  81. Shifting Economy Feeds Nation’s Uncertain Politics
  82. Bodies of Peacekeepers Headed Home
  83. Baby Endangered Royal Turtles Hatch in Koh Kong Province
  84. Voter Ink Can Be Washed Off, NEC Admits
  85. Three Montagnards Given Asylum; 65 Denied
  86. Bodies of Peacekeepers Headed Home
  87. Foot-and-Mouth Disease Hits Cows in Svay Rieng
  88. Rise in Meth Use, Trafficking Spur Cross-Border Drug Plan
  89. Police Order Adhoc Banner Stripped From Home
  90. Call for Workers in Thailand to Get Vote Leave
  91. Buddhist Celebration Quiet Year After Relics’ Return
  92. Opinion: WEF in Cambodia: Time to Address Rights Issues Head-On
  93. Caritas – Consultative meet of service providers, parents & caregivers to Autistic ch
  94. Three Missing Cambodian Peacekeepers Found Dead in Central Africa Republic
  95. Eight Top Police Generals Slated for Retirement
  96. Banner Removal ‘Attack on Free Speech’: NGOs
  97. Southeast Asia Photography Pioneers Recalled in New Book
  98. China to Build Tbong Khmum Referral Hospital
  99. Fish Take Up Residence in New Artificial Reef
  100. Cambodia’s First Private Prison Breaks Ground
  101. Political Parties Still Struggling With Female Representation
  102. Government Warns Local Officials Against Campaigning on the Job
  103. Despite Ban, Blind Singers Perform on Phnom Penh Streets
  104. Two Foreigners Get Life Sentences for Trafficking Cocaine
  105. Ministry Admits Spike in Illegal Logging, Orders Vigilance
  106. Government Records Show Spike in Timber Exports to Vietnam
  107. Villagers Fighting Korean Tree Farm ‘Hopeless’ After Meeting
  108. At Start of Economic Forum, High Hopes for Region’s Growth
  109. Cambodian UN Peacekeeper Killed, Three Missing in Central African Republic
  110. Kratie Tuk-Tuk Tour
  111. Cambodian Peacekeeper Killed, Three Missing in Central African Republic
  112. Hun Sen’s Stay in Hospital Raises Specter of Succession
  113. Prime Minister’s Brother Hun San Requests ‘Serious Action’ Against Top Cop
  114. US Wants Deportations to Continue, Foreign Minister Says
  115. KR Tribunal Judges Confirm Remaining Cases Endangered
  116. Victims of Ponzi Scheme Petition Courts, Government for Assistance
  117. Years After Eviction, Former Sambok Chap Residents Get Homes
  118. Customs Data Shows Banned Timber Exports Still Growing
  119. Hun Sen Takes Swipe at Opposition at Red Cross Fundraiser
  120. Interior Ministry Displays ‘Historic’ Haul of Fake Cosmetics
  121. With Petition, Black Monday Campaign Restarts
  122. Donor Countries Question Election Ink, Ballots
  123. Borei Keila Evictees Rally at Developer’s Home
  124. Cambodia Joins Asean Infrastructure Initiative
  125. Probe Finds Rampant Log Smuggling to Vietnam
  126. Tycoons Reveal Extent of Refinery’s China Links
  127. Japan to Contribute $200M to Second Sihanoukville Seaport
  128. Ministry Defends Sand Exports; Mother Nature Stands By Claims
  129. Alleged Cons Lied About Jobs in Japan
  130. Election Rallies Banned on Phnom Penh’s Major Streets
  131. City Hall Wants to Move Auto Shops to Outskirts
  132. Gov’t Denounces US, EU Criticism of Adhoc 5 Detention
  133. Hun Sen Returns After Singapore Hospitalization
  134. Mining Ministry Announces Open Call for Exploration License Bids
  135. Tech Firms Warn of Weak Intellectual Property Protections
  136. Ministry Defends Sand Exports, NGO Rebuts Claims
  137. Man Charged in Destruction of CPP Sign in Battambang
  138. Caritas – Child mental health professional & Occupational Therapist
  139. Brazilian Night
  140. Heavy Hitters
  141. Constructing Lives
  142. Judge Nixes NGO Visit to Jailed Rights Workers
  143. Security Force of 30,000 Ready for June Elections
  144. Man Killed Making Music Video During Storm
  145. Radio Free Asia Journalist Back on the Air—From Washington
  146. PM Hit With ‘Exhaustion,’ Currently Recovering in Singapore
  147. Information Minister Questions Ban on ‘Too Sexy’ Cambodian Actress
  148. Satellite Spies Fresh Clearing Of Wildlife Sanctuary Forest
  149. Laos Dam Poses Environmental Dangers to Lower Mekong Basin
  150. Police Try to Break Up Opposition Meeting
  151. Man Arrested for Slashing CPP Sign in Battambang Province
  152. Bad Times to Good
  153. Brewing Coffee Culture Brings Cafe Expo to Phnom Penh
  154. Cambodia’s First Oil Refinery Breaks Ground in Preah Sihanouk
  155. Eight More US Deportees Arrive in Cambodia
  156. CNRP Bylaws Accepted, but Vice Presidents Still Pending
  157. Ministry Announces Press Museum Plans at Memorial Event
  158. City Hall to Survey, Grant Land Titles to Qualified Urban Poor
  159. Authorities, Taxi Drivers Cut Deal On Vietnam Border Rides
  160. Police Admit No Legal Basis for Removal of Adhoc 5 Banners
  161. City Hall Denies Sewage Killed Fish, Says Climate Change to Blame
  162. Political Parties Told to Submit Leaders’ Profiles
  163. Teen Dealer Jailed After Fatal Raid Seeks Pardon
  164. Sihanoukville Rehab Center Will Cost $5 Million
  165. Major Exhibition Takes Contemporary Cambodian Art to US
  166. World Economic Forum Registration Underway
  167. Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Runaway RFA Journalist
  168. Returned Montagnards Facing Intimidation, Spying in Vietnam
  169. Fleeing Sewage, Houseboat Fleet Floats Into Phnom Penh
  170. South African Man Receives Life Sentence for Cocaine Trafficking
  171. Independent Observer Ranks for Commune Elections Swell
  172. Trio Claiming to Be NGO Workers Extorted Locals, Officials Say
  173. Thai Company Weighs Building Cambodia’s First Steel Mill
  174. Police Recruits Could Face Minimum Standards: Sar Kheng
  175. Viral Video Claiming to Show Illegal Sand Exports Spurs Inquiry
  176. Man, Girlfriend Charged Over Child Prostitution
  177. Russians Arrested After 2 Kg Marijuana Seizure
  178. CPP Doles Out Cash, Gifts, Voting Instructions
  179. Journalist, Now in US, Will Not Appear in Court, RFA Says
  180. Unions Plan for Thousands to Join Banned Labor Day March
  181. Black Monday’s Year of Arrests, Protests and Growing Futility
  182. Israeli Businessman Arrested After Failing to Repay Loan
  183. Abducted Phnom Penh Girl Had Been Sold for $400: Police
  184. Journalist Flees Country Days Before Scheduled Court Date
  185. Police Detain Six Journalists Investigating Illegal Timber Racket
  186. Old Containers Dropped in Ocean to Create Artificial Reef
  187. Asean Leaders Join Cambodia in Softening Tone Toward China
  188. CNRP Officials to Visit Migrants, Build Support in South Korea
  189. Nearly 40 Tons of Counterfeit Cosmetics Found in Phnom Penh
  190. Alleged Pedophile’s Partner Brokered Sex: Police
  191. Abducted Phnom Penh Girl Had Been Sold for $400, Police Say
  192. CNRP Lawmaker Mu Sochua Questioned in RFA Case
  193. Forum: Green Business Catching On in Cambodia
  194. CNRP Proposed Vice-Presidents to Visit South Korea
  195. D-Day Fest
  196. Fast Fashion
  197. What’s On
  198. Adhoc 5 Selected As Finalists for International Rights Award
  199. Video From Hun Sen’s Office Warns of War Similar to Syria
  200. ‘I Am the Five’ Photograph Exhibition Honors Jailed Activists
  201. Appeal of Insurrection Case Delayed After Plaintiffs Skip Hearing
  202. Assistant at Gov’t Investment Body Charged With Graft Posts Bail
  203. New Instruments, but Old Venue Woes for Blind Musicians
  204. Kem Sokha Plans US Trip for Fundraising, Meeting With Officials
  205. Anniversary for Slain Activist Defies Government’s Threat
  206. Outdoor Painting Presents Challenges for Fine Arts Students
  207. Gov’t Bans Actress for a Year for Violating ‘Code of Conduct’
  208. Lack of Incentives Leaves Low-Carbon Energy in Question
  209. Opinion: Peace in Cambodia: Enjoy It While It Lasts
  210. Six More Months
  211. NGOs Petition for Larger Education Budget
  212. BREAKING: Judge Continues Detention of Adhoc 5
  213. Hun Sen, Vietnamese PM Sign Deals on Road, Drugs Fight
  214. Crackdown on Counterfeit Cosmetics Closes Factory
  215. Rights NGOs ‘Temporarily’ Banned From Visiting Jailed Adhoc Staff
  216. Girl Abducted From Home; Conflicting Reports on Suspect
  217. We Wage Peace, Not War, Kem Sokha Says
  218. New Hong Kong Maid Deal Raises Old Concerns Over Abuse
  219. Cambodia, Laos Sign Border Crime Pact, Sidestep Land Dispute
  220. Foreign Affairs Ministry Retracts US Deportation Halt Claim
  221. Suspected Murderer Killed by Mob in Revenge Attack in Kandal
  222. Scrutiny Turns to Child Abusers Among Clergy
  223. Owner of Spa Where Girl Was Electrocuted Posts Bail
  224. Trump’s Proposed Foreign Aid Cuts Would Hit Cambodia
  225. Congress Approves Vice Presidents Again
  226. Collection of ‘Priceless’ Artifacts Given to National Museum
  227. Ban on CNRP Prison Visits to Maintain ‘Public Order’
  228. Hun Sen Inaugurates Bridge Connecting Kandal, Vietnam
  229. Citing Safety Protocols, Gov’t to Send Maids to Hong Kong
  230. Surrogate Babies Crossing Border a Concern, Ministry Says
  231. Ministry, NGOs Discuss Country’s Biggest Land Disputes
  232. Returning Montagnards Criticize UN, Government
  233. After One Year, 12 of 100 New Traffic Lights Up and Running
  234. Film Viewing to Mark Anniversary of Chut Wutty’s Death
  235. Sokha: More Collaborative, but Slower to React
  236. Storm Destroys Preah Vihear Homes, Kills One
  237. Media Licensing Moves From Ministry to Locals
  238. Japan Wants to Open Consular Office in Siem Reap
  239. 434 More Soldiers Promoted to Brigadier General
  240. Chinese Delegation’s Visit Signals Rising Interest in Cambodia
  241. Unions’ Plan to March on Labor Day Rebuffed by City Hall
  242. Cambodia Has ‘Unique’ Chance to Cut Carbon, Study Says
  243. Ancient Artifacts in London Returned to Cambodia
  244. Man Accused of Sorcery Files Complaint Against 8 Villagers
  245. Women Councilors Still Face Major Obstacles, Report Finds
  246. Assistant at Government Investment Body Arrested in Graft Case
  247. Catholic Church Knew Of Alleged Child Abuser
  248. Two Arrested for Killing Chinese National, Dumping Body in River
  249. Court Summons Lawmakers, Radio Free Asia Journalist Over Prison Visit
  250. Alleged Semen Smuggler Had Visited Cambodia