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  1. Grenade Girlfriend Co-Defendants Testify to Murder Plot
  2. Gov’t Investigating Claims of Logging in Wildlife Sanctuary
  3. Maid to Be Repatriated After Turning to Facebook for Help
  4. Legal System Failing to Protect Youths, Children: UN Envoy
  5. Armed Robbers Get Life for Murder of Student
  6. Two Shootings, 1 Fatal, Within Hours in Capital
  7. Royal Academy of Cambodia To Publish Book on Laos-Cambodia Border
  8. Protection of Children Falls Short in Prisons, Courtrooms: UN Envoy
  9. Ministry Urges ‘Ethical Responsibility’ in Reporting on Violence Against Women
  10. Another 40 Chinese Nabbed in VoIP Raid, Police Say
  11. Grenade Girlfriend Co-Defendants Testify to Plot
  12. Life Sentences for Two Convicted in Robbery Murder
  13. Medic in HIV Outbreak Appeals His Sentence
  14. The Tuk-Tuk Dwellers
  15. NGOs Are Optimistic as Mining Regulations Move Forward
  16. US Democracy NGO Joins Gov’t Doghouse
  17. Villagers in Koh Kong Land Dispute Petition PM for Help
  18. Girlfriend Denies Arranging Hit in Grenade Attack Case
  19. Will Cambodia’s Challenge to Deportations Last?
  20. Voter Registration System a Stride Toward Democracy: UN Envoy
  21. With Apology to Hun Sen, Bun Chhay Urges KNUP Forward
  22. Gov’t Finishes Probe Into NGO Hun Sen Ordered Closed
  23. Activists Accept Host’s Second Rape-Row Apology
  24. Taxi Driver Charged, Connected to Drug Ring
  25. Forestry Worker Arrested, Charged Over Bribes
  26. Road Rage Shooter Not Military Officer: Police
  27. More Arrests Made in Kampot Commune, Military Police Say
  28. Almost 200 Chinese Nationals Arrested in Latest VoIP Scam Raid
  29. Short on Funds, CNRP Finds Make-Do Solution for Signs
  30. Pawn Shop Clampdown Aims to Reduce Theft Across Phnom Penh
  31. Ministry ‘Collecting Data’ on Foreign Media Organizations
  32. Gov’t Debates Ethnic Minority Say Over Development Projects
  33. CPP to Attend if Overseas Voting Law Goes to National Assembly
  34. Hun Sen Creates New Military Brigade After Border Dispute
  35. Victim’s Family Speaks Out Amid Rape Row
  36. US Businesses Give Cambodia Mixed Marks
  37. Shifting Tourist Market Leaves Handicrafts Behind
  38. Party HQ Searched Amid Terror Allegations
  39. RCAF Officer Sentenced to 5 Years for Hawking Fake Unit Jobs
  40. Some Angkor Park Homes May Be Spared From Removal: Official
  41. Garment Factory, Workers Ink Deal After Protesters Run Over
  42. On One-Year Anniversary, Activists Call for Tep Vanny Release
  43. Government Rebuts Political Motive for Tax Investigations
  44. Despite Ban, Millions in Timber Continue to Cross Border
  45. ABA Bank ATM Blown Up in Kep Province; Suspect at Large
  46. Body of Missing Border Officer Found in River
  47. NEC Drops Regulation After NGOs Complain
  48. National Assembly to Consider Overseas Voting Proposal ‘Soon’
  49. Pizzeria Manager Gets 8 Years for Sex Trafficking
  50. National Assembly to Consider Overseas Voting
  51. Rights Groups Raise Alarm Over Threats, Surveillance
  52. Snap Trial Of Hun Sen Critic Started, Delayed
  53. US Sex Offender Charged With Rape of Cambodian Child
  54. Activists Reject TV Boss’s Apology for Rape Remark
  55. UN Rights Envoy Says Current Political Climate Still ‘Tense’
  56. Artist Reflects on Country’s Past, Present to Heal, Celebrate Cambodians
  57. Three Provisionally Charged in Violent Kampot ELC Eviction
  58. Japanese Expert to Study Possible Airport Skytrain Routes
  59. Ambitious Effort to Place Kids in School Hits Target Early
  60. Future Forum Says Electoral Formula Favors Big Political Parties
  61. Government Brands Villagers ‘Secessionist’ After Srekor Office Denial
  62. Letter to the Editor: Cambodians Overseas Have the Right to Vote
  63. Letter to the Editor: 1998 Ministry Attack an ‘Assassination Attempt’
  64. Petition Calls For TV Boss to Apologize Over Rape Remarks
  65. Police Back Factory Manager Who Ran Over Protesting Workers
  66. CNRP Submits Revised Overseas Voting Law to National Assembly
  67. Laos Border Dispute Leads to Critic’s Arrest
  68. RFA, VOA Under Scrutiny Amid Tax Investigations
  69. Villagers Summoned Over Peaceful Protest Against Sand Dredging
  70. Thai Surrogate’s Child Among Those Requiring Formal Exit
  71. Appeal Court Upholds 20-Month Sentence for Sam Rainsy
  72. ELC Eviction Turns Violent as Cars Destroyed, Guard Beaten
  73. Researchers Put a Price Tag on Deforestation in Cambodia
  74. Villagers Ask for More Time to Remove Angkor Park Homes
  75. Military Police Move Top Officials Across Country
  76. Laotian Troops Pull Out of Disputed Border Area
  77. Cambodian Fisherman Taken From Thai Boats to Be Sent Home
  78. Prime Minister Heads to Vientiane After Giving Laos Troops 6 Days to Leave Border Are
  79. Appeal Court Upholds 20 Month Sentence for Sam Rainsy
  80. Prime Minister Gives Laos Troops 6 Days to Leave Border Area
  81. Dancing Against Discrimination
  82. Kim Sok Gets 18 Months and Last Word in Rowdy Verdict
  83. Justice Ministry Studying Alternatives to Prison for Some Inmates
  84. Waving Worthless Approval Papers, Angkor Villagers Lose Homes
  85. CNRP Proposal Seeks to Allow Migrants to Register, Vote Abroad
  86. Senator’s Appeal Hearing Proceeds in Her Absence
  87. No Issuance of New Travel Documents for US Deportees, Gov’t Says
  88. Thai Migration Leaves Workers Vulnerable to Abuse: Report
  89. Report: New Laws Undercut Constitutional Freedoms, Rights
  90. Hong Kong: Proposed Fee for Maids Program May Be High
  91. After Incredible Finds, Angkor Archaeologists Wrap Up Dig
  92. Denied Asylum, 13 Montagnards Sent to Vietnam
  93. Suspect Nabbed Months After Guesthouse Murder
  94. Long-Planned Drug Center Starts Construction
  95. Firebrand Kim Sok Ordered to Pay Hun Sen $200,000, Gets 18 Months in Prison
  96. Arrest Warrant Issued for CNRP’s Top Phnom Penh Boss
  97. Authorities, Village Residents Set for Clash in Angkor Park
  98. Court Upholds ‘Espionage’ Charge for Australian Filmmaker
  99. Gov’t Officials, Plainclothes Police Crash Village Protest Meeting
  100. Agencies With Gov’t Ties to Send Maids to Hong Kong
  101. Ministry Vows to Stop Illegal Thai Border Crossings
  102. AirAsia Launches Flights From Sihanoukville to SE Asian Hub
  103. Painter Helps Graduate Art Students Live Off Their Passion
  104. Phnom Penh Plans to Clear Shops From Streets, Sidewalks
  105. Cambodia Urges Patience in Making Asean, N Korea Statements
  106. Opposition Accuses CPP of Obstructing Work
  107. Indigenous Groups Call for Respect, Land Titles on UN Day
  108. Agencies With Gov’t Ties to Send Maids to Hong Kong
  109. Montagnards Depart Phnom Penh for Vietnam
  110. Canada to Reconsider Demining Funds: Minister
  111. Curses Cast as Court Upholds 30-Month Tep Vanny Sentence
  112. Hun Sen’s Violent Rhetoric: Will Words Become Deeds in 2018?
  113. Government Rights Chief Calls Beating Threats ‘Education’
  114. Kem Sokha Tours Country Gathering Post-Election Feedback
  115. In Japan, Hun Sen Guarantees ‘Peace, Security’ for Investors
  116. Former Opposition Youth Leader Joins the KPP
  117. Boeng Tompun Villagers Promised Land; Confusion Remains
  118. Seized Tractors, Used by Police Officers, to Be Returned to HQ
  119. Thai Employers Report More Than 200K Cambodian Migrants
  120. After UN Provided Glimmer of Hope, Montagnards to Be Deported
  121. Hun Sen Forger Wanted to Appear to Be Gov’t Employee
  122. Appeal Court Upholds 30-Month Tep Vanny Sentence
  123. From Housewife to Grassroots Warrior: The Rise of Tep Vanny
  124. Ministry Says Most NGOs Ignore Tax Requirements
  125. Anti-Protest Police Train With Live Rounds
  126. KNUP Future in Doubt as Bun Chhay Jailed, Deputy Defects
  127. Anti-Dredging Activist Held for Filming, Inciting Protesters
  128. UN Rights Envoy Arrives Today Amid Repressive Election Lead-Up
  129. Villagers Seek Help in Long-Lasting Land Dispute
  130. Sesan Residents Searched Over Fears of ‘Terrorism’
  131. Cambodia’s Breastfeeding Rates High Despite Policy Gaps
  132. Angkor Excavation Team Find a Medicine Buddha
  133. Prime Minister Requests Japan’s Funds For Phnom Penh Skytrain
  134. Tourism Ministry Site Hacked With Viagra Pitch
  135. 59 RCAF Officers Rank Up in New Promotions
  136. Mass Fainting at Factory Blamed on Blood Sugar
  137. Nhek Bun Chhay Charged for Drug Offenses
  138. Deportation of Montagnards Stalled After UN Objection
  139. Chevron Subpoenaed Over Kem Ley Murder Case
  140. CNRP Will Propose Changes to Allow Voting From Abroad
  141. Government Digs Into Tax Returns of NGOs, Cambodia Daily
  142. Mam Sonando Gives Up the Helm of Beehive Party He Founded
  143. PM to Hold Weekly Meetings With Workers
  144. Girl Suffers Electric Shock at Siem Reap Pool, Parents Say
  145. Traditional Cambodian Textiles Styled With a Modern Twist
  146. Website Launched to Provide New Resource for Unregistered SMEs
  147. Cambodian Team Qualifies for Global Technology Contest
  148. US Answers Citizenship Threat by PM
  149. Vovinam Fighters Bring Home Gold for MMA
  150. Ministry: Evidence Bun Chhay Involved In Drug Trade
  151. Mam Sonando Resigns As Head of Beehive Party
  152. Mob Beats Man as Kidnapping Fears Continue
  153. Raids on Alleged Scammers Send Chinese Fleeing Across Border
  154. NEC Declines to Push Law for Overseas Voter Registration
  155. Volunteer Cleanups to Receive Boost From Website, Contest
  156. Gov’t Foe Hit With 10-Year-Old Warrant
  157. Surrogacy Broker Given 18-Month Sentence
  158. PM Defends Minister, Slams US and Human Rights Watch
  159. Divisive Star
  160. NGO Facing Expulsion Praised for Programs
  161. Commune Councilors Unanimously Vote Down Donation Box
  162. Prime Minister Threatens the Opposition, NGOs With Dissolution
  163. Gadfly Aspires to Mobilize Protestors, Dissolve CPP for Violations
  164. Prison Employees Accused in Sextortion Case
  165. S Reap, K Chhnang Governors Re-Appointed
  166. Defrocked Monk Given Fresh Robes After Prison
  167. Former General Nhek Bun Chhay Brought In for Questioning
  168. Tammy Davis-Charles, 2 Others Handed 18 Months in Prison Over Surrogacy
  169. Hundreds Nabbed in Biggest-Ever VoIP Raid
  170. Commerce Ministry Inks Rice Export Deal With Bangladesh
  171. Expressway to Laos Is News To Ministry
  172. Takeo Man Charged for Facebook Post About Child Kidnapping
  173. ‘Capture Project’ Portrays Trauma of Forest Wildlife Snares
  174. NGO in Hun Sen’s Crosshairs Remains Open, Under Investigation
  175. HRW Calls for Loose-Lipped Minister’s Firing
  176. Armed Military Police to Join Apsara Authority for Razing
  177. Dispute Between Capitol, Drivers Rolls On
  178. Suspect: Trafficked Weapons From Japan Disarming Program
  179. Japanese to Provide Flood Aid During PM Visit
  180. 19 Endangered Ibis Nests Found in Preah Vihear
  181. Wife Detained for Acid Attack Against Husband
  182. Gov’t Creates Joint Committee to Tackle Flooding
  183. Worker Recruitment Agency Shut by Anti-Trafficking Department
  184. In Latest Tirade, Hun Sen Casts Death Threats Over Rumors
  185. Kidnapping Rumors Prompt Second Arrest, Reprimand From PM
  186. Returning Sesan Families Warned of Greater Floods From Dam
  187. Assembly Rejects Lawmaker’s Request for Sand Mining Info
  188. Singapore Company Agrees to Build on Boeng Kak Lake Land
  189. Hun Sen Demands Closure Of NGO Over CNN ‘Insult’
  190. Government Passes Waste Disposal Plans to Local Authorities
  191. CPP’s Election Strategy: Cash, Power, Beatings, Minister Says
  192. Anti-Drug Authority Asks Courts to Speed Up Drug Prosecutions
  193. Song Rights Awarded to Bun Chhoeun Family
  194. Apsara Sets Razing Deadline; Villagers to Protest
  195. Government To Monitor Sam Rainsy’s Facebook Page
  196. For Archaeologists, a Dream Find at Angkor Park
  197. Police: Group Behind Organ-Snatching Rumors
  198. CNN Defends Child Trafficking Report From Government Rebuke
  199. Monk Launches Campaign Against LDP Leader Khem Veasna
  200. Iraqi Deminers Finish Training Visit, Colombians on the Way
  201. Tbong Khmum Residents Evacuated as Mekong Floods Moves South
  202. Police Seeking Four More for Allegedly Smuggling Weapons
  203. CNRP Commune Donation Box Sparks Ruling Party Outcry
  204. Four Men Arrested for Poipet Fake Money Scam
  205. Thai Employers Report 60K Cambodian Migrants
  206. Cabinet Schedules First Meeting in Seven Weeks
  207. Child Sex Offender Arrested in Cambodia Will Be Deported to US
  208. King’s CPP Stand-In Enacts Party Law Changes
  209. Government to Investigate CNN Prostitution Coverage
  210. Villagers Find Temporary Shelter as Sesan Dam Floods Homes
  211. Jolie Criticized for Disputed Article on Khmer Rouge Film
  212. Defense Minister Tea Banh Awarded ‘Samdech’ Honorific
  213. Hun Sen Sets Date for Next National Election—July 29, 2018
  214. Women’s Charter Aims to End Violence Against Women in Cambodia
  215. As Drug Crackdown Continues, Anti-Drug Funds Allocated by Results
  216. Young Business Leaders Recognized in Entrepreneur Awards
  217. Border Scholar to Lead Country’s Highest Academic Body
  218. From Drug Hell to Redemption: an Artist’s Addiction Journey
  219. Flooding, Water Shortage Expected After Regional Storms Disperse
  220. Kidnapping Rumors Fuel Fears, Mob Beating
  221. UK Teacher Charged in Child Sex Abuse Case
  222. Interior Ministry to Investigate CNN Child Prostitution Coverage
  223. U.K. Teacher Imprisoned In Child Sex Abuse Case
  224. Storms Threaten Capital, Stung Treng Flooding Continues
  225. End of an Era
  226. Tensions Rise During Tep Vanny Appeal Court Hearing
  227. Cambodia Sees Its First Month Without Mine, UXO Victims
  228. End of an Era
  229. Tourism Ministry Offers Contest to Welcome Chinese Visitors
  230. Orphanage Oversight Passed to Provincial, Local Authorities
  231. What’s in A Name? SRP Faces Rebranding
  232. Authorities Ready for Tropical Storm ‘Sonca’ Flood Evacuations
  233. Speedboats Deployed as Sesan Dam Begins Flooding One Village
  234. Deputy Principal Provisionally Charged With Sexual Abuse
  235. Cambodia Joins World Sailing Body, Eyes 2023
  236. Cambodia Not Punishing Offenders in Migrant Cases
  237. Woman Who Kidnapped Baby Sentenced to 11 Years in Prison
  238. NGOs Help Six More Workers to Repatriate From Malaysia
  239. Firm to Return ‘Spirit Mountains’ in Latest Land Concession
  240. Minorities Forced to Trek From Sesan Village
  241. Apsara Authority Approves 500 New Angkor Park Home Rebuilds
  242. UN Chooses Hospitality Restaurant NGO for Mentoring Program
  243. Chinese Nationals, Seven From Taiwan, to Be Deported Over Scam
  244. Political Pundit Kim Sok Defiant Through Trial
  245. For Migrants, Pull of Higher Wages Still Strong
  246. One Drowns as Floods Hit Preah Vihear
  247. Tax Revenue Nets $1.2 Billion in the First Half of the Year
  248. Interior Minister Approves Draft of Fire Safety Building Codes
  249. Kem Ley’s Widow: I Would Have Rejected PM’s Donations
  250. Project Aims to Send Children in Orphanages Home