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  1. Half-price cocktails but no scoops at reporters’ club in Cambodia
  2. From riches to rags, working with Cambodia’s neediest
  3. PM derides talk of government affairs, hinting phone records could reveal all
  4. Hun Sen chides Cambodia Daily, lauds Trump
  5. This Country’s Democracy Has Fallen Apart — And It Played Out to Millions On Facebook
  6. Cambodia’s ruling party adds 342 new members to central committee
  7. Cambodia PM berates media at correspondents’ dinner
  8. Cambodia’s detained opposition leader rejects new opposition movement
  9. For ‘Khmerican’ Adoptees and Their Families, Camp Reunion to Keep Bonds Strong
  10. After Rainsy calls for future protests, Hun Sen says elections will not take place am
  11. Cambodia sends eighth batch of 184 peacekeepers to Lebanon
  12. Appreciating the best of Cambodia, and hoping for better
  13. Cambodia launches national ageing policy to improve well-being of elderly
  14. Cambodia’s Hun Sen appoints son-in-law to senior police post
  15. Cambodia: Crackdown Crushes Media, Opposition
  16. Are China’s Investment Taking over the Mekong?
  17. Cambodian Exile Says Postpone Election to Avoid Violence
  18. Cambodian court delays bail decision on James Ricketson and returns him to jail
  19. Cambodian Exile Says Postpone Election to Avoid Violence
  20. Cambodia on a ‘downward trend’, according to Freedom House
  21. Cambodia Has Its Own Mobile Payment App, But Will It Catch On Beyond Phnom Penh?
  22. Interview with Sam Rainsy: ‘Our Movement Cannot Be Dissolved’
  23. Former Cambodia Opposition Leader Forms New ‘Movement’ for Fair Elections
  24. Cambodia Issues Health Warning Over Bird Flu Outbreak in Phnom Penh
  25. Government must act over Australian filmmaker held in Cambodia
  26. Has Cambodia’s economic boom imploded?
  27. Does Cambodia’s New Opposition Party Really Matter?
  28. Chinese demand drives construction boom in Cambodia
  29. Cambodia’s Media Crackdown: By the Numbers
  30. Signs of Division in Cambodia’s Opposition Over New Group
  31. IAEA Helps Cambodia Set Up its First National Cancer Centre
  32. Cambodia’s endangered cyclo trade receives boost from PM Hun Sen
  33. Hun Sen marks 33 years in power
  34. Lessons in Luxury: How Cambodia’s new design destination is helping the planet
  35. Cambodian Opposition Officials in Hiding Refuse to Return Home Amid Pressure to Defec
  36. Cambodia Finds New Target for Real Estate: Chinese Investors
  37. Cambodian elections, slated for July, will be nothing short of a sham if conditions d
  38. Sanctions won’t stop Cambodia’s democratic collapse
  39. Ryan Giggs visit for Cambodia footie fiesta keeps fans on edge
  40. River that feeds millions threatened by Chinese dams
  41. Australian nurse jailed over Cambodian surrogacy clinic has sentence upheld
  42. Monday News Roundup
  43. The Cambodia Daily 2018
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  85. Cambodian Journalists Call for Release of Colleagues Jailed on Espionage Charges
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  90. Two Former Radio Free Asia Journalists Detained in Phnom Penh
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  104. Hun Sen Leads Delegation to Bangkok for Royal Cremation
  105. Thursday News Roundup
  106. Timeline of Ongoing Descent
  107. Cambodia news roundup
  108. Lessons from a past threat to the Cambodia Daily
  109. Cambodia Daily Announces Immediate Closure Amid Threats
  110. Arrest of CNRP President Sokha Puts Party on the Brink
  111. Woman Charged With Trafficking 24 Women to Work in Malaysia
  112. Remembering New Khmer Style and Vann Molyvann’s Legacy
  113. Beehive, Women’s Media Center Banned From Airing Shows
  114. Gov’t Slammed Over Plans to Send Montagnards to Vietnam
  115. Hun Sen, Laos PM to Request Border Maps to Solve Dispute
  116. Arrest of CNRP President Sokha Puts Party on the Brink
  117. CNRP Leader Kem Sokha Arrested for ‘Treason”
  118. Giant Ibis Spotted for the First Time in a Decade
  119. Woman Charged For Trafficking Women to Malaysia
  120. Hun Sen, Laos PM to Request French Border Maps
  121. Gov’t Slammed Over Plans to Send Montagnards to Vietnam
  122. Forever Foreign
  123. International Donors Urged to Confront Gov’t Attacks
  124. Tribunal Prosecutors at Odds Over Ta An Genocide Case
  125. Public Watches Warily as US-Cambodia Divide Intensifies
  126. Probe Into CNRP Widens Amid Claims of Taiwan Conspiracy
  127. Evictees Omitted From Sugar Compensation Plan Ask for Inclusion
  128. South Korean Pastor Sentenced to 14 Years for Child Sex Abuse
  129. Rows of Rosewood Recovered in Kandal Warehouse Raid After Tip
  130. Environmental Products Attempt to Break Market Boundaries
  131. Dozens More Faintings Occur at Factory With No Clear Cause
  132. Toddler Found Allegedly Murdered in Kampot
  133. Mobile Lab to Target Rogue Gasoline Sale Scams
  134. Government Official Implicated in Stranded Maid Ordeal
  135. In Bid to Muzzle Critics, CPP Exploits Facebook
  136. Sugar Dispute Resolution Leaves Some Communities Out
  137. Hun Sen Promises Cheaper Water Bills for Garment Workers
  138. CNRP Planning Strategy to Weather Storm Ahead of Election
  139. Rare Asiatic Black Bear Rescued From Kompong Chhnang Hotel
  140. Container Markets Cashing in on Latest Consumer Trends
  141. Migrant Representatives Ask for Vote, Registration in Thailand
  142. Community Resource Management Gets $6.1M
  143. Mass Fainting in H&M Garment Factory, No Problems Found
  144. Woman Arrested for Hun Sen Insult Released
  145. Chinese Man Nabbed in VoIP Case
  146. Court Upholds Sentence for Opposition Senator
  147. Spate of Alleged Drug Criminals Dying in Provisional Detention
  148. Politics Trump Economics in Promised Wage Hike
  149. As Refugee Group Appeals to Gov’t, Montagnard Fears Future
  150. Tax Department Ramps Up Accusations Against the Daily
  151. CNRP to Be Investigated For ‘Color Revolution’
  152. Migration Charges Trial Ends for Man Linked to Thai Murder
  153. Siem Reap Bar Owner Gets 10 Years for Child Sex Crimes
  154. Maid Home After 12 Years ‘Stranded’ in Saudi
  155. Cambodia Celebrates Improved SEA Games Tally
  156. RFA, VOA Broadcasts Booted Out of Cambodia’s Provinces
  157. CNRP’s Inaction Over Media Pressure a Strategic Gamble
  158. Water Authority Set to Reimburse Users For Miscalculated Bills
  159. Another Arrest Made Over Facebook Criticism of Hun Sen
  160. Gov’t Says New Visa Renewal Requirements May Be Delayed
  161. Future Canine Heroes Sniffing Out the Action
  162. Hundreds of Evictions Ordered on Hun Daughter’s Plantation
  163. KPP Announces Congress Seeking New President
  164. Phnom Penh Police Officer Kills Wife, Himself
  165. Man Admits He Killed Girlfriend, Disputes Motives
  166. Grace Opportunity for Visa Extension Work Permit Requisite
  167. Fresh News Spins New Tales Of Spies and US Interference
  168. Information Minister Denies Yingluck Fled Through Cambodia
  169. Sesan Dam Holdout Families Petition Ministry for Intervention
  170. Daun Penh District Park Cleared of Cars, Improving Traffic
  171. Anger Mounts as Radio Purge Knocks 19 Stations Off-Air
  172. Hun Sen Promises Free Hospital Treatment, Checkups for Workers
  173. Khmer Power Party’s Head Sentenced to Five Years in Prison
  174. Government OKs Fisheries Amendment, Allows Smaller Mesh
  175. Two Dead After Ratanakkiri Gem Mine Collapses
  176. Preacher Drowns in Mekong Ferry Car Accident
  177. Khmer Power Party’s Head Sentenced to Five Years
  178. Laotian Man Nabbed With 2 Kilos of Meth
  179. Voice of Democracy Latest Casualty In Attack on Independent Media
  180. Man Wanted By Interpol Caught In Cambodia
  181. US Imposes Visa Sanctions on Cambodia
  182. Grape Expectations
  183. Without Business Permit, Foreigners Will Be Denied Long-Term Visa
  184. Local Authorities ‘Cheated’ Angkor Villagers, Official Says
  185. Ministry Orders Hardware, Software Companies to Register
  186. Government ‘Purge’ of News Outlets Draws International Coverage
  187. Gov’t Seeks Arrest for Minister Death Rumor
  188. KPP Politician Defends Facebook Posts at Trial
  189. Montagnard Family Sent Back to Vietnam
  190. Officials Threaten Embassy Protests as US Row Deepens
  191. As Stations Silenced, Ministry Denies Targeting RFA, VOA
  192. 25 Years of Foreign Press Freedom Under Threat
  193. 122 Internet Scam Fraudsters Deported to China
  194. Donated Sniffer Dogs to Join Anti-Drug Campaign
  195. Radio Station Shuttered, Daily’s License Rejected
  196. Hun Sen Ramps Up Pitch to Garment Workers for 2018 Vote
  197. Government Inks Deal with KrisEnergy for Cambodia’s First Oil Field
  198. Police Ask Companies to Register Drivers as Road Deaths Rise
  199. Alleged Drug-Trafficking Leader Dies After Prison Stint
  200. Husband Admits Killing Wife, Hid Body in Well
  201. More Migrant Workers Returned from Malaysia
  202. Ministry Names Companies Able To Export Sand
  203. Observers Warn of New Era of Repression in Cambodia
  204. NDI Banned, Foreign Staff Face Forcible Expulsion
  205. Evicted Kampot Villagers Rally at Land Ministry to Settle ELC
  206. NDI Ordered to Halt Operations, Foreign Staff Face Expulsion
  207. Ministry Gives Conflicting Information on RFA, VOA Ban
  208. Two-Tier Exam Monitoring Is Contentious—But Effective
  209. Hun Sen Offers More Land to Boeng Kak Holdout Families
  210. Rubber Trees Cited for Contribution to Growing Forest Cover
  211. Protesting Villagers Claim Guards Turned Violent
  212. 100 More VoIP Scammers Nabbed at Phnom Penh Hotspot
  213. Branding Daily A ‘Thief,’ Hun Sen Says Pay Tax or Leave
  214. Prime Minister Chastises EU Over Situation Room Funds
  215. Permanent Ban on Commercial Surrogacy Planned
  216. —Letter to the Editor—Women’s Ministry Condemns Rape Comment
  217. Exam Reform Subtracts Poor From Equation
  218. A No Good, Very Bad Year For the US in Cambodia
  219. Anti-Sex Trafficking NGO Offers Apology, Defends PM’s Order
  220. Phnom Penh Begins Purge of On-Street Parking
  221. Overseas Voting Amendments Sent to Assembly Committee
  222. City Hall Approves Seven New Bus Lines Throughout City, SEZ
  223. SRP Senator Blocked From Commission
  224. CNRP Seminar Blocked by Kompong Chhnang Governor
  225. Tax Head Threatens Daily With September 4 Closure
  226. UN: Cambodia ‘Approaching a Precipice’ Amid Threats, Fear
  227. Four Years Later, National Exam Reforms Are Bearing Fruit
  228. In Charm Offensive, Hun Sen Promises Workers Raises, Pension
  229. Top Academic Says Heng Samrin’s Hometown Is in Vietnam
  230. KNUP Names Bun Chhay Confidant New Acting Party President
  231. Officials Give Conflicting Accounts in Arrest of Two Kampot Men
  232. Grenade Girlfriend Co-Defendants Testify to Murder Plot
  233. Gov’t Investigating Claims of Logging in Wildlife Sanctuary
  234. Maid to Be Repatriated After Turning to Facebook for Help
  235. Legal System Failing to Protect Youths, Children: UN Envoy
  236. Armed Robbers Get Life for Murder of Student
  237. Two Shootings, 1 Fatal, Within Hours in Capital
  238. Royal Academy of Cambodia To Publish Book on Laos-Cambodia Border
  239. Protection of Children Falls Short in Prisons, Courtrooms: UN Envoy
  240. Ministry Urges ‘Ethical Responsibility’ in Reporting on Violence Against Women
  241. Another 40 Chinese Nabbed in VoIP Raid, Police Say
  242. Grenade Girlfriend Co-Defendants Testify to Plot
  243. Life Sentences for Two Convicted in Robbery Murder
  244. Medic in HIV Outbreak Appeals His Sentence
  245. The Tuk-Tuk Dwellers
  246. NGOs Are Optimistic as Mining Regulations Move Forward
  247. US Democracy NGO Joins Gov’t Doghouse
  248. Villagers in Koh Kong Land Dispute Petition PM for Help
  249. Girlfriend Denies Arranging Hit in Grenade Attack Case
  250. Will Cambodia’s Challenge to Deportations Last?