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  1. Ministry Defends Sand Exports; Mother Nature Stands By Claims
  2. Alleged Cons Lied About Jobs in Japan
  3. Election Rallies Banned on Phnom Penh’s Major Streets
  4. City Hall Wants to Move Auto Shops to Outskirts
  5. Gov’t Denounces US, EU Criticism of Adhoc 5 Detention
  6. Hun Sen Returns After Singapore Hospitalization
  7. Mining Ministry Announces Open Call for Exploration License Bids
  8. Tech Firms Warn of Weak Intellectual Property Protections
  9. Ministry Defends Sand Exports, NGO Rebuts Claims
  10. Man Charged in Destruction of CPP Sign in Battambang
  11. Caritas – Child mental health professional & Occupational Therapist
  12. Brazilian Night
  13. Heavy Hitters
  14. Constructing Lives
  15. Judge Nixes NGO Visit to Jailed Rights Workers
  16. Security Force of 30,000 Ready for June Elections
  17. Man Killed Making Music Video During Storm
  18. Radio Free Asia Journalist Back on the Air—From Washington
  19. PM Hit With ‘Exhaustion,’ Currently Recovering in Singapore
  20. Information Minister Questions Ban on ‘Too Sexy’ Cambodian Actress
  21. Satellite Spies Fresh Clearing Of Wildlife Sanctuary Forest
  22. Laos Dam Poses Environmental Dangers to Lower Mekong Basin
  23. Police Try to Break Up Opposition Meeting
  24. Man Arrested for Slashing CPP Sign in Battambang Province
  25. Bad Times to Good
  26. Brewing Coffee Culture Brings Cafe Expo to Phnom Penh
  27. Cambodia’s First Oil Refinery Breaks Ground in Preah Sihanouk
  28. Eight More US Deportees Arrive in Cambodia
  29. CNRP Bylaws Accepted, but Vice Presidents Still Pending
  30. Ministry Announces Press Museum Plans at Memorial Event
  31. City Hall to Survey, Grant Land Titles to Qualified Urban Poor
  32. Authorities, Taxi Drivers Cut Deal On Vietnam Border Rides
  33. Police Admit No Legal Basis for Removal of Adhoc 5 Banners
  34. City Hall Denies Sewage Killed Fish, Says Climate Change to Blame
  35. Political Parties Told to Submit Leaders’ Profiles
  36. Teen Dealer Jailed After Fatal Raid Seeks Pardon
  37. Sihanoukville Rehab Center Will Cost $5 Million
  38. Major Exhibition Takes Contemporary Cambodian Art to US
  39. World Economic Forum Registration Underway
  40. Court Issues Arrest Warrant for Runaway RFA Journalist
  41. Returned Montagnards Facing Intimidation, Spying in Vietnam
  42. Fleeing Sewage, Houseboat Fleet Floats Into Phnom Penh
  43. South African Man Receives Life Sentence for Cocaine Trafficking
  44. Independent Observer Ranks for Commune Elections Swell
  45. Trio Claiming to Be NGO Workers Extorted Locals, Officials Say
  46. Thai Company Weighs Building Cambodia’s First Steel Mill
  47. Police Recruits Could Face Minimum Standards: Sar Kheng
  48. Viral Video Claiming to Show Illegal Sand Exports Spurs Inquiry
  49. Man, Girlfriend Charged Over Child Prostitution
  50. Russians Arrested After 2 Kg Marijuana Seizure
  51. CPP Doles Out Cash, Gifts, Voting Instructions
  52. Journalist, Now in US, Will Not Appear in Court, RFA Says
  53. Unions Plan for Thousands to Join Banned Labor Day March
  54. Black Monday’s Year of Arrests, Protests and Growing Futility
  55. Israeli Businessman Arrested After Failing to Repay Loan
  56. Abducted Phnom Penh Girl Had Been Sold for $400: Police
  57. Journalist Flees Country Days Before Scheduled Court Date
  58. Police Detain Six Journalists Investigating Illegal Timber Racket
  59. Old Containers Dropped in Ocean to Create Artificial Reef
  60. Asean Leaders Join Cambodia in Softening Tone Toward China
  61. CNRP Officials to Visit Migrants, Build Support in South Korea
  62. Nearly 40 Tons of Counterfeit Cosmetics Found in Phnom Penh
  63. Alleged Pedophile’s Partner Brokered Sex: Police
  64. Abducted Phnom Penh Girl Had Been Sold for $400, Police Say
  65. CNRP Lawmaker Mu Sochua Questioned in RFA Case
  66. Forum: Green Business Catching On in Cambodia
  67. CNRP Proposed Vice-Presidents to Visit South Korea
  68. D-Day Fest
  69. Fast Fashion
  70. What’s On
  71. Adhoc 5 Selected As Finalists for International Rights Award
  72. Video From Hun Sen’s Office Warns of War Similar to Syria
  73. ‘I Am the Five’ Photograph Exhibition Honors Jailed Activists
  74. Appeal of Insurrection Case Delayed After Plaintiffs Skip Hearing
  75. Assistant at Gov’t Investment Body Charged With Graft Posts Bail
  76. New Instruments, but Old Venue Woes for Blind Musicians
  77. Kem Sokha Plans US Trip for Fundraising, Meeting With Officials
  78. Anniversary for Slain Activist Defies Government’s Threat
  79. Outdoor Painting Presents Challenges for Fine Arts Students
  80. Gov’t Bans Actress for a Year for Violating ‘Code of Conduct’
  81. Lack of Incentives Leaves Low-Carbon Energy in Question
  82. Opinion: Peace in Cambodia: Enjoy It While It Lasts
  83. Six More Months
  84. NGOs Petition for Larger Education Budget
  85. BREAKING: Judge Continues Detention of Adhoc 5
  86. Hun Sen, Vietnamese PM Sign Deals on Road, Drugs Fight
  87. Crackdown on Counterfeit Cosmetics Closes Factory
  88. Rights NGOs ‘Temporarily’ Banned From Visiting Jailed Adhoc Staff
  89. Girl Abducted From Home; Conflicting Reports on Suspect
  90. We Wage Peace, Not War, Kem Sokha Says
  91. New Hong Kong Maid Deal Raises Old Concerns Over Abuse
  92. Cambodia, Laos Sign Border Crime Pact, Sidestep Land Dispute
  93. Foreign Affairs Ministry Retracts US Deportation Halt Claim
  94. Suspected Murderer Killed by Mob in Revenge Attack in Kandal
  95. Scrutiny Turns to Child Abusers Among Clergy
  96. Owner of Spa Where Girl Was Electrocuted Posts Bail
  97. Trump’s Proposed Foreign Aid Cuts Would Hit Cambodia
  98. Congress Approves Vice Presidents Again
  99. Collection of ‘Priceless’ Artifacts Given to National Museum
  100. Ban on CNRP Prison Visits to Maintain ‘Public Order’
  101. Hun Sen Inaugurates Bridge Connecting Kandal, Vietnam
  102. Citing Safety Protocols, Gov’t to Send Maids to Hong Kong
  103. Surrogate Babies Crossing Border a Concern, Ministry Says
  104. Ministry, NGOs Discuss Country’s Biggest Land Disputes
  105. Returning Montagnards Criticize UN, Government
  106. After One Year, 12 of 100 New Traffic Lights Up and Running
  107. Film Viewing to Mark Anniversary of Chut Wutty’s Death
  108. Sokha: More Collaborative, but Slower to React
  109. Storm Destroys Preah Vihear Homes, Kills One
  110. Media Licensing Moves From Ministry to Locals
  111. Japan Wants to Open Consular Office in Siem Reap
  112. 434 More Soldiers Promoted to Brigadier General
  113. Chinese Delegation’s Visit Signals Rising Interest in Cambodia
  114. Unions’ Plan to March on Labor Day Rebuffed by City Hall
  115. Cambodia Has ‘Unique’ Chance to Cut Carbon, Study Says
  116. Ancient Artifacts in London Returned to Cambodia
  117. Man Accused of Sorcery Files Complaint Against 8 Villagers
  118. Women Councilors Still Face Major Obstacles, Report Finds
  119. Assistant at Government Investment Body Arrested in Graft Case
  120. Catholic Church Knew Of Alleged Child Abuser
  121. Two Arrested for Killing Chinese National, Dumping Body in River
  122. Court Summons Lawmakers, Radio Free Asia Journalist Over Prison Visit
  123. Alleged Semen Smuggler Had Visited Cambodia
  124. Draft Wage Law Still Outlaws Outside Research
  125. Two Arrested For Killing Chinese National, Dumping Body
  126. Kem Ley’s Killer Appeals Life Sentence
  127. Women Councilors Still Face Major Obstacles, Report Finds
  128. Prison Sentence Upheld in Virginity Purchase Case
  129. Driver Wanted
  130. Dutch Alleged Child Abuser Was Clergyman
  131. Healing a Nation
  132. Manager of Military Police General’s Alleged Timber Racket Arrested
  133. Gov’t Bars CNRP From Prison Visits
  134. Opposition Drops Campaign Complaint as Signs Removed
  135. Pilgrims Flock to Kem Ley’s Childhood Home
  136. Officials Ask Vietnam to Help Pay for Drug Rehab Center
  137. Gov’t to Aid Rice Exports To China
  138. Eight More Cambodians Deported From US; More Expected in May
  139. PM Reassures Cambodians In S Korea
  140. Social Affairs Ministry Says 38% of Orphanages Unregistered
  141. Case Against Dutchman Over Boy’s Torture to Move to Trial
  142. Brothers on Run After Allegedly Hacking Neighbor to Death
  143. Tbong Khmum Election Committee Probes Possible CPP Violation
  144. 25 Montagnard Asylum-Seekers to Be Returned to Vietnam
  145. Up to 4,000 Cambodians Working Illegally in S Korea: Envoy
  146. Illegal Fishing Task Force for Tonle Sap Lake Claims Success
  147. Agreement Continues to Elude Residents of White Building
  148. Few Takers for Low-Interest Riel Loans From Central Bank
  149. Prey Lang Rangers Receive US Training; Some Doubt Impact
  150. Dutchman Paid 19 Boys to Take Their Naked Photographs, Police Say
  151. Artists Portray the Evolving Role of Rice in Modern-Day Asia
  152. PM’s Son-in-Law Linked to Wildlife Hunt
  153. Belgian Court Denies New Trial for Pedophile
  154. Corpse Found Wrapped in Rice Sack in Pursat
  155. Four Detained After Ratanakkiri Timber Raid
  156. Government Publicly Announces Exit Strategy for Surrogate Babies
  157. Kith Meng Company Secures Timber Release
  158. World Bank Loan of $100 Million Angers Boeng Kak Activists
  159. NEC to Host Daily Party Panel Discussions on Television, Radio
  160. Cambodia’s Petanque Golden Heroine Celebrated in Capital
  161. Kompong Speu Officials Hold Workshop in ‘Sorcerer’ Village
  162. Montagnard Refugees Tell of Escape to Thailand
  163. Alleged Child Sex Abuser Has Active US Warrants
  164. Novel Destinations Draw New Year Travelers
  165. Government Publicly Announces Exit Strategy for Surrogate Babies
  166. Family Arguments Leave Relatives Dead in Separate Murders
  167. Spa Owner Charged With Murder in Teen Death
  168. Public New Year Celebrations Held in South Korea for First Time
  169. Latest Sorcery Accusation Forces Another Man From Home
  170. Meet Women Making It Work in a Male-Dominated World
  171. Government Is Detaining Montagnard Couple, Plans Deportation
  172. Putting Opponents in Check, New ‘Chess King’ Crowned
  173. Four Nigerians Arrested, Grilled Over Trafficking of Countrymen
  174. As Traditions Fade, New Year Festivals Fill Void
  175. CNRP Hopes New Congress Will End Saga With Ministry
  176. Spa Owner Detained After Electrocution of Girl
  177. New Year Traffic Accidents, Deaths Decrease
  178. Hun Sen Calls for Global Peace, Spins Folk Tale
  179. US Court to Drop Case Against Hun Manet
  180. Soldier Kills Four After Being Rejected by Girlfriend’s Family
  181. Erratic Weather Portends Future Farming Woes
  182. Ministry Planning Regular Press Conferences
  183. Gov’t Denies US Naval Unit Expulsion
  184. Government Says 50,000 Made Capital’s Sangkran Festival
  185. World Bank Approves $100M in Loans for Schools, Rural Roads
  186. Cambodian Spring
  187. Hacker Warns ‘Serious Vulnerability’ Plaguing Online Voter Lists
  188. Taking Reins From Rainsy, Kem Sokha Canvases Australia
  189. Phnom Penh Hosts Expanded Sangkran Celebration for New Year
  190. Khmer New Year Dancers Bring Prosperity to the Lucky Few
  191. Official Says Fertilizer Caused Fish Deaths; Probe Continuing
  192. PM Cites Eye Lost in War in Speech to Disabled Veterans
  193. Court Seeking General’s Arrest in Timber Trafficking Case
  194. Slowdown in GDP Growth Projected for 2019
  195. Detention of Montagnard Couple Disputed
  196. Poipet Factory Gas Explosion Badly Injures Five
  197. Chosen by Angel for Bumper Crop, Banana Prices Rise for New Year
  198. Jailed CNRP Commune Candidate Beaten Before Arrest, Wife Says
  199. ‘Pitied’ Factory Owner Expects No Penalties
  200. Sokha Says Most Cambodians Looking for ‘Positive Change’
  201. Kim Sok Case Poised to Move To Trial Phase
  202. US, UN Respond to Government’s Scathing ‘Truth’ Screed
  203. Migrants Say Thai Authorities Charged for Deportation Rides
  204. Thousands of Election Body Workers Missing Weeks of Wages
  205. Leak Links Minister, PM’s Bodyguard Compound
  206. Dirty Drinking Water Suspected as 59 Hospitalized
  207. CNRP Lawmakers Visit Prisoners for New Year
  208. Prime Minister Promotes Chinese President’s Book
  209. Government Screed Slams Critics, Vows ‘To Tell the Truth’
  210. Bilateral Trade With China Jumps to $4.8 Billion
  211. Plantation Found With Logs Absolved Before Probe Ends
  212. Villagers Detail Alleged Molester’s Methods
  213. Six Convicted for String of Violent Robberies in Phnom Penh
  214. New Year Prophecies: Angel, Bananas and War
  215. Guards, Rebuked After Sex Worker Drowning, Accused of Beating
  216. Audit Gives Thumbs-Up To Voter List; Doubts Linger
  217. Dance Dispute Leads to Shooting in Preah Vihear
  218. A Window Into the Inequality of Contemporary Cambodia
  219. Mob Attacks Russian Man After Hit-and-Run
  220. Heat Stress ‘Dramatically’ Reduces Productivity, Study Finds
  221. Ministry, Cambodian Journalists Strengthen Links to China
  222. Hun Sen Urges Philippine Investment for Ailing Rice Sector
  223. Luxury Timber Confiscated on Rubber Plantation in Kratie
  224. Defiant Teachers’ Association Denies Breach of Its Internal Rules
  225. South African Suspect Admits to Trafficking Half-Kilo of Cocaine
  226. Poipet Flopper Fired After Shooting Colleague
  227. Man Charged With Abusing 11 Boys in Takeo
  228. Ministry Says Factory Was Operating Illegally
  229. Top Civil Servants Can Retire Later Under New Draft Law
  230. Another Boiler Explosion Kills Two at Factory
  231. Killer Bull Elephant Shot Dead After Smashing Villagers’ Homes
  232. Clinic Reopens After $35,000 Payout for Fatal Breast Implant
  233. Land Dispute Leads to SRP Commune Councilor’s Arrest
  234. Long-Running Tycoon Murder Trial Ends; Verdict Due Next Month
  235. Government Seeks Private Funding for Drug Rehab Center
  236. White Building Residents Asked to ‘Help’ CPP
  237. With ‘Sorcerer’ Gone, Villagers Have No Regrets
  238. Labor Activist on the Run After Hurling Sandal at CPP Sign
  239. Digital Payment Apps Face Hurdles to Success in Cambodia
  240. Poipet Flopper Shoots Border Post Colleague
  241. Firm Hired for $100M Power Line Project
  242. Wood Confiscated From Timber Trader’s Land
  243. Lawmakers Approve Measure to Allow Top Cambodian Civil Servants to Retire Later
  244. Long-running Tycoon Murder Trial Comes to a Close
  245. Killer Elephant Shot Dead After Smashing Villagers’ Homes
  246. Coolest Holiday for 10 Years Coming, Expert Says
  247. Unesco Status Sought for Kampot, Kratie and Battambang
  248. With Sokha Traveling, Bylaw Dispute Leaves CNRP Leaderless
  249. US Adds $1.8 Million to List of Contributions to Election Committee
  250. Transform Economy for Continued Robust Growth, ADB Says