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  1. China Funded 70% of Cambodian Roads, Bridges: Minister
  2. King Flies Out Of Country, Dodging Party Law Signing
  3. Under Pressure, Senior KNUP Officials Jump Ship to Funcinpec
  4. Laotian Man Arrested for Trafficking Nearly 5 kg of Crystal Meth
  5. Separate School Officials Arrested for Allegedly Abusing Pupils
  6. Cambodians Nabbed For Weapons Smuggling
  7. Prime Minister Donates $50,000 to Fund Kem Ley Stupa
  8. NGOs Criticize Rule ‘Limiting’ Mobile Election Observer Numbers
  9. Phnom Penh Set to Open First Airport Railway Link by April
  10. Police Stop Activists From Reaching Sesan II Dam Village
  11. Aunt Arrested for Kidnapping, Holding Ransom
  12. Vietnam Imports Cambodian Timber Despite Ban
  13. China Funded 70 Percent of Cambodian Roads, Bridges: Minister
  14. Phnom Penh Set to Open Airport Rail Link by April
  15. All KNUP Members Will Be Removed From Government: CPP Spokesman
  16. Appeal Court Upholds Detention of Activist Monk
  17. Global Fund Donates $98M Despite Graft Investigation
  18. Nhek Bun Chhay Loyalists Stripped of Government Roles
  19. CNRP Formally Petitions King for Help Against New Law
  20. Families Seek Information Over Railway Plan
  21. Vietnam Pledges $25M to Cambodia for National Assembly Building
  22. Situation Room Seeks Meeting With Minister
  23. Cambodia Takes the Regional Lead in HIV Treatment Effort
  24. Government Rolls Out Ambitious Plan to Put Women in Leadership
  25. Five Thai Men Arrested Were Hired to Transport Weapons
  26. Military Officer Behind Fake Unit Stands Trial
  27. ADB Predicts Increase in Asia’s Growth Rate
  28. Fast Forward
  29. Garment Workers File Petition to Drop Incitement Complaint
  30. CNRP to Ask King to Snub New Party Law Changes
  31. Trafficked Weapons Not Cambodian, Ministry Says
  32. NEC Urged to Let Cambodians Vote Abroad
  33. Government Denies Asylum Appeals of 16 Montagnards, Official Says
  34. EU, World Bank Handed Petitions to Help Free Tep Vanny
  35. French Project to Set Up Day Care Services for Factory Workers
  36. Huge Increase in Commercial Trucks From Vietnam Approved
  37. Artist Sheds Light on Daily Cambodian Life Through Canvas
  38. Health App Attempts to Consolidate Data on Medical Care
  39. Vowed Pay, Workers Return to South Korean Factory
  40. Sextortionist Inmate Transferred to Prey Sar
  41. City Hall Officials Set Free After Guilty Verdict
  42. Interior Minister Approves Central Surveillance Control Room
  43. Physics Students Win Big at Asean Science Comp
  44. Rural Development Bank Proposes Corn Subsidy After Protest
  45. CNRP Begins Changing Signs As Party Law Clears Senate
  46. Moody’s: CPP Focus on Power Threatens Economic Gains
  47. Inmate Extorted Woman Online From Prison
  48. Police Burn 60,000 Marijuana Plants at Takeo Village Hotspot
  49. No Criminal Charges Filed in Six-Month Fishing Crackdown
  50. Deported Child Sex Crime Convict Jailed, Banned From Internet
  51. CNRP Begins Changing Signs As Party Law Clears Senate
  52. PM Should Be in Prison, Jailed Commentator Kim Sok Says
  53. Vietnamese Log Trafficker, Driver Charged Over Fake License
  54. Co-Working Spaces in Demand as Alternative to Rising Rent
  55. One Arrested, Two Charged for Drug Trafficking
  56. Endangered Gaur Meat, Horns Nabbed in M’kiri
  57. Gov’t Slams UN Statement on Adhoc 5’s Release
  58. Bus Route Expansion Delayed for More Planning
  59. Furry Residents From White Building Rescued, Looking for New Homes
  60. Over 30 Chinese Nationals Arrested in Latest VoIP Scam Crackdown
  61. Embassy in Malaysia Lacks Funds to Send Workers Home
  62. Court Vows Legal Action Against Phnom Penh CNRP Chief
  63. Thousands Gather to Celebrate UN Recognition of New Heritage Site
  64. Nigerian Pair Caught, Provisionally Charged for Trafficking Cocaine
  65. Waters Rising in Sesan Dam Villages as Holdouts Sit Tight
  66. Migrants Film Alleged Abuse in South Korea
  67. As Company Clears Land, Bunong Villagers Fight for Ancestral Home
  68. At Close of Surrogacy Trial, Australian Nurse Pleads for Mercy
  69. Another Streaming Service Enters VOD Market to Cut Piracy
  70. White Building Demolition Begins as Holdouts Move Out
  71. Prime Minister Calls Immunity Request for Past Premiers an Insult
  72. Final White Building Holdouts Sell Their Apartment Units
  73. Plans for Another ‘Hun Sen High School’ Renaming Canceled
  74. Construction Project Value Rises 27% So Far
  75. Amidst Crackdown, 79 Migrant Workers Arrested in Malaysia
  76. After Protest, Farmers’ Unrest Spreads to Neighboring Districts
  77. Prison Official Charged for Helping Ratanakkiri Inmates Escape
  78. Two Men Arrested for Ministry Official’s Murder
  79. Waiting for the Flood
  80. CNRP Officials Fly to Visit Rainsy as Party Turns Five
  81. Hun Sen Hits Back at Rumors of Illness With Selfies, City Drives
  82. Takeover of Zaman Possible, Ambassador Says
  83. New Service Is First to Stream Khmer Shows On-Demand
  84. Tycoon Agrees to Buy Protesting Farmers’ Crops
  85. Malaysia Deports Five Migrants Over Forest, Wildlife Crimes
  86. Construction Investment Rises 27 Percent
  87. Ambassador Talks of Possible Takeover of Zaman
  88. Lao Meth Dealer Sentenced to Life in Prison
  89. Embassy in Malaysia Sheltering Nationals Amid Crackdown
  90. Preparations Officially Begin for Delayed 2019 Population Census
  91. Corn Farmers Block Road Over Low Prices
  92. Russian Oligarch Plans Return to Cambodia After Conviction
  93. Woman Charged, Man Arrested Over Facebook Posts About PM
  94. Toddler Torturer, Boyfriend Sentenced
  95. Production Honoring Victims of Conflict to Get Global Tour
  96. Gov’t to Continue Drug Crackdown With Nearly $1M Budget
  97. Gov’t Rejects 11th-Hour Reprieve for Sesan Dam Families
  98. Dirty Business
  99. Prison Sentences Handed Down in Mondolkiri Child Torture Case
  100. Woman Arrested for Linking Hun Sen to Kem Ley Murder
  101. Government: Angkor Park Squatters Allowed in to Avoid Violence
  102. Two Years on, NGO Law Remains ‘Ambiguous’
  103. Parliament Boycotts Bear Little Fruit for Opposition
  104. International Group Demands Severance for Shuttered Factory’s Workers
  105. Car Window Smashed After Dropping Off Activist Monks
  106. Stock Market’s Newest Listing Struggling to Entice Investors
  107. Dredging Permitted in Koh Kong Despite Sand Export Ban
  108. Drug Traffickers Use Child Dealers to Elude Arrest, Officials Say
  109. Trash Is the Attraction in Bar, Hotel Featuring Street Art
  110. Fourteen Prisoners Stranded in Jail Without Documentation
  111. GMAC Slams Union’s Criticism of New Garment Training Institute
  112. Migrant Workers Overwhelm Passport Center
  113. 11 Mondolkiri Top Brass Fingered in Timber Probe
  114. International Law Firm Sees Market for Second Citizenship
  115. Central Surveillance Control Room to Coordinate Crimewatch
  116. More Than Arrests Needed to End Child Begging, NGOs Say
  117. Prime Minister Hits Back at Health, Internal Strife Claims
  118. Industry Experts Say Ecotourism Has Potential to Expand
  119. Surrogacy, Organ Trafficking at Top of Agenda
  120. Man Arrested, Another Sought in Fatal Robbery
  121. Verdict Date Still Unclear in 2014 Tycoon Murder
  122. Attempted Murder Charge Sought in Airport Row
  123. White Building Demolition to Start on July 17
  124. Drums, Bells Resound in Celebrations of Pre-Angkorian Sambor Prei Kuk
  125. Siem Reap Police Chief Booted Over ‘Problem’
  126. Gov’t: N Korea’s Latest Missile ‘Clear Violation’
  127. Two Motorbike Dealers Killed During Robbery
  128. Ceremony at Caltex Marks Kem Ley Murder Anniversary
  129. CPP Passes More Party Law Changes in Assembly
  130. Government Prepares Plan for Sesan Dam Holdouts
  131. Tribunal Judges: Im Chaem Too Lowly for Court Prosecution
  132. First Garments Manufacturing Training Institute to Open
  133. Cambodia’s Selfie Obsession Reflected in Black Comedy Film
  134. Former Commune Chief Holds On to Office
  135. Taiwan Eateries Look to Bite Into Cambodia’s Food Scene
  136. Trafficked Fishermen Return Home
  137. Capital’s Social Affairs Department Aims to End Child Begging
  138. Letter to the Editor: ‘Yuon’ May Be Incorrect, but Not Offensive
  139. District Guards Block Kem Ley Commemoration at Caltex
  140. Temples Recognized as Cambodia’s Third World Heritage Site
  141. Dissidents, Opposition Turn Out for Kem Ley’s Memorial
  142. A Year After Murder, Political Analysts Watch Their Words
  143. Letter Repeats Call for Independent Inquiry Into Ley’s Death
  144. King Asks the Public to Stop Illegal Logging, Plant Trees
  145. Four Men Arrested in Sihanoukville for Gang Rape, Murder
  146. Officials Mum On Siem Reap Police Chief’s Transfer
  147. Bribery Case Against UN Official Dropped
  148. Tax Department Delays VAT on Microfinance Institutions
  149. Bar Owner Denies ‘No Khmer’ Policy Claims
  150. Bribery Case Against UN Official Dropped
  151. Businessman Hacked With Meat Cleaver at Airport
  152. Archaeological Find Reveals New Side to Life at Angkor
  153. Ancient Buddha Statue Discovered by Farmer
  154. 74 Chinese Nationals Deported Over VoIP Scam
  155. The Provocateur
  156. Isolated and Estranged, Kem Ley’s Family Struggles After Murder
  157. Cambodia Daily Reporters Summoned in Incitement Case
  158. Centers in Thailand to Grant Migrant Workers Travel Documents
  159. NGO Finds Spike in New, Settled Land Disputes Last Year
  160. Gaining Stars, 125 Police, Military Officers Receive Promotions
  161. CNRP Marks Anniversary of Factional Fighting
  162. Pizzeria Manager Denies Trafficking Victim for Work, Sex
  163. Political Party Law Would Sever Rainsy From CNRP
  164. NGOs Warned To Comply With Law or Face Action
  165. Demining Operator Opens Peace Museum
  166. Incitement: Cambodia’s ‘Catchall’ Political Crime
  167. Ousted CPP Commune Chief Refuses to Hand Over Office
  168. After Adhoc 5, Campaigners Set Sights on Activist Tep Vanny
  169. Defendant Claims Baby Girl’s Kidnapping Was Out of Love
  170. Court Rejects Request to Have Hun Sen Testify in Kim Sok Case
  171. Supreme Court Orders Eco-Activist’s Appeal to Be Reheard
  172. Ministry Appeals for Migrant Support in Border Provinces
  173. Supreme Court Not Reviewing Bail for ‘Adhoc 5’
  174. Researcher Traces Life, Times of Cambodia’s Old Cinemas
  175. White Building Residents Say Move-Out Deadline Pushed
  176. Use WhatsApp to Report Child Abuse: Ministry
  177. Confusion Drives More Legal, Illegal Workers From Thailand
  178. Kem Ley Memorials Planned in Capital, Takeo, Melbourne
  179. Police Request Over $500K to Reward Drug-Busting Officers
  180. Official Guilty of Selling State Land Will Be Released Immediately
  181. Court Summons Military Police Official Over Alleged Bribe
  182. Endangered Duck Eggs Found in Preah Vihear Sanctuary
  183. Interior Ministry Issues Stop-Order to Situation Room NGOs
  184. Rising Food, Fuel Prices to Push Up Inflation, AMRO Says
  185. Woman Provisionally Charged for Forcing Children to Beg in Capital
  186. World Bank Appoints New Director for Region
  187. CPP Aims ‘to Kill’ Rainsy’s Career With Law Changes
  188. Firm Accused of Indigenous Mondolkiri Land Grab
  189. A Year to Elections, CNRP’s Sun TV Still a Dream
  190. Illegal Migrant Workers Return Home Seeking Passports
  191. Political Intimidation to Continue Ahead of National Election: NGO
  192. Ammonia Gas Leak at Illegal Ice Factory Leads to Evacuation
  193. Emirates Flights From Capital to Boost Tourism, Shipping
  194. Newly Elected Commune Chiefs, Councilors Taking Office
  195. Witness Criticizes KNLF, Praises Hun Sen After Questioning
  196. Price Hikes Lead to Soaring Revenue at Angkor
  197. CNRP Takeo Commune Candidates Questioned in Incitement Case
  198. Removal of Stung Treng Bridge Delayed Again
  199. Reeling From Detention, Adhoc 5 Stay Defiant
  200. Migrant Workers Face Thai Military Crackdown
  201. As Drug Arrests Rise, Government Weighs Treatment Shift
  202. Chevron Could Disprove Defamation Charge, Rainsy Says
  203. Ministry Completes Initial Report on Election Monitor Group
  204. Australia Looks to Outlaw Tours to Orphanages in Cambodia
  205. Canal-Side Community Must Be Addressed: New Governor
  206. Cache of Luxury-Grade Timber Seized in Kompong Thom Province
  207. Tuk-Tuks Being Squeezed by Competition, Rise of Ride Apps
  208. CNRP Members Summoned for Questioning in Takeo, Phnom Penh
  209. Southeast Asia Historian Dies in Battambang
  210. 73 Chinese Nationals Arrested for VoIP Scam
  211. Thirty-Six Chinese Men Arrested for Violence
  212. Stars on Stage
  213. Officials, Advocates Debate Approaches to Drug Fight
  214. First Appeal of CNRP Insurrection Convictions Rejected
  215. Protest Halts Demolition of Stung Treng Bridge—for Now
  216. Protest Halts Demolition of Stung Treng Bridge–For Now
  217. Hugs, Tears, Uncertainty After Adhoc 5’s Surprise Release
  218. Jailed SRP Senator’s Wife Unanimously Approved as Replacement
  219. White House Protesters Decry Deportations to Cambodia
  220. Cambodian SEZ First to Join UN Initiative for Better Worksites
  221. Three Women Provisionally Charged for Forcing Minors to Beg
  222. Case Against Chevron Proceeding, Rainsy Says
  223. Suspect Pursued in Murder of Ministry Official
  224. Court Upholds Sok Hour, Rainsy Border Treaty Convictions
  225. Ministry Kicks Off Situation Room Investigation
  226. Return To War
  227. Adhoc 5 Approved for Release on Bail
  228. Khmer Rouge Tribunal Ends With Denial, Not Justification
  229. Adhoc 5 Medical Care Denial Denounced by Civil Society
  230. Over 200 Migrant Workers Arrested in Thailand
  231. Situation Room’s NGOs Face Investigation Over Monitoring
  232. More Law Changes Underway to Sideline Rainsy
  233. Australian Filmmaker Facing Espionage Charges Denied Bail
  234. Defense Minister Supports Angkor Evictions
  235. New Phnom Penh Governor Takes Reins Ahead of Elections
  236. Commentator Asks Hun Sen To Explain Lawsuit
  237. Opposition Official Charged Over Land Clearing in Preah Sihanouk
  238. Endangered Siamese Crocodile Eggs Found in Koh Kong Province
  239. Market for Solar Power Heats Up, but Policy Lagging Behind
  240. New Cancer Center Set to Open to Fill Gaps in Treatment
  241. Hun Sen Orders Investigation Into Situation Room
  242. Timber-Trafficking Grandma Gets Two Years
  243. Wife of Imprisoned SRP Senator Tapped to Fill His Position
  244. More Concessions for Poor Sought at National Housing Forum
  245. Blackout Roils Phnom Penh, 21 Provinces
  246. In Surreal Images, Artist Speculates on Berliners’ Inner Lives
  247. Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Sandal-Tossing Labor Activist
  248. CPP, TV Association Dismiss CNRP Claims of Media Bias
  249. Official Admits to Selling State Property, Blames Older Colleagues
  250. Latest Railways Collision Prompts Operator to Take Action