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  1. 1,000 Kg of Cocaine En Route to Cambodia Seized in China
  2. Girl Abducted From Capital School, Released Unhurt Hours Later
  3. Planned Demolition Sparks Protest Along Road to Angkor Wat
  4. Cham Muslims Celebrate End of Ramadan Fasting Month
  5. 11-Year-Old Loses Hand to UXO in Battambang
  6. Man Gets Life for Attempted Heroin Smuggling
  7. Tuk-Tuk Driver Fatally Shot in Drunken Dispute
  8. Official Commune Election Results Released by NEC
  9. Kirirom National Park
  10. Interior Minister Orders Probe Into Cross-Border Arms Cache
  11. Four Found Guilty in Chinese Bride Trafficking
  12. Malaysian Man Sentenced to Life Over $700k Heroin
  13. In Final Stand at Khmer Rouge Tribunal, Khieu Samphan Remains Defiant
  14. Drugs War Leaves Prisons ‘On Point of Collapse’
  15. Activist Monk Charged With Weapons Possession, Incitement
  16. Nuon Chea Defense Mounts ‘Orwellian’ Argument, Prosecution Says
  17. 1,000 Phnom Kulen Families to Be Relocated
  18. Government Probes NGO Behind Damning Timber Racket Report
  19. Ride-Services Giant Uber Launches (Softly) on Phnom Penh Streets
  20. Capital Police Tell Citizen Road-Watchers to Stop Playing Traffic Cop
  21. Kem Sokha, Sam Rainsy Take Turns Teasing Ruling Party
  22. Drivers Don’t See Red With New Traffic Lights in Capital
  23. Wirecard-Backed Cashless Payment App Nears Public Launch
  24. Kem Sokha, Sam Rainsy Take Turns Teasing Ruling Party
  25. With at least 16 of its members in jail, the Khmer National Liberation Front is on th
  26. Tong Tin Members Hold Protest Outside Court
  27. No Search Request for Thai Red-Shirt Leader
  28. NEC’s Results Trustworthy, Watchdog Finds
  29. ‘Adhoc 5’ Investigation Concluded; Trial Awaits
  30. Voters’ Allegiances Swayed by Fears of Drug Crisis
  31. ‘Prepare Your Coffin’: Hun Sen Repeats Bloody Power Promise
  32. Khmer Rouge’s Nuon Chea Chided for ‘Crocodile Tears’
  33. Kim Sok Accuses Hun Sen of Abusing Power at Bail Hearing
  34. Grenade Girlfriend, Accomplices Convicted for 2015 Murder Plot
  35. Dutch Plantation Owner Denies Knowledge of Child Torture
  36. Kem Sokha Promises Political Tolerance to Cham Muslims
  37. Environmental Campaigner’s Appeal Goes to the Supreme Court
  38. Outdoor Art Fair in Battambang to Showcase City’s Artists
  39. Activist Monk Arrested for ‘Toy Gun’ Photos, Defrocked
  40. 150 Endangered Turtle Hatchlings Released From Protection
  41. 150 Endangered Turtle Hatchlings Released From Protection
  42. Opposition Requests Migrant-Friendly Voter Registration Process
  43. Man on Trial in US for Sex Abuse in Cambodia
  44. FBI Provides Refreshers on Cybercrime Efforts
  45. Immunity Not For Criminals, Assembly President Says
  46. Khieu Samphan Defense Mocks Court, ‘Arrogant’ Prosecution
  47. Journalists Protest Arrest of Reporters in Ratanakkiri
  48. NEC Finishes Complaints; Voter Registration Prep Continues
  49. Minor Party Files Court Complaint to Challenge Kem Sokha
  50. Soldiers, Police in Mondolkiri Under Investigation for Wood Smuggling
  51. Nearly 2,000 Rockets Found in Kandal Underground Bunker
  52. Official Blames Kompong Speu Prison’s Low Walls for Inmates’ Breakout
  53. World Bank Subsidiary to Train 2,000 Contract Rice Farmers
  54. Locals Halt Demolition of Illegal Angkor Park Home
  55. More Than 50 AWOL Police Officers Dismissed
  56. Senate Election Law Passed
  57. Another Poll Surfaces—It’s Better News For CPP
  58. LDP Leader Sued Over ‘Khmer Race’ Insult
  59. Thousands of Pamphlets Prepared for Hun Sen Celebrations
  60. Cambodians Were ‘Gods’ to Khmer Rouge: Defense
  61. From Penh to Paper: Artist Revives City’s Architectural Past
  62. NEC Backs Down on Plans for Legal Action Against Facebook Critics
  63. Parties to Focus on Commune Constituents in First 100 Days
  64. Apsara Authority Starts Razing Illegal Angkor Park Homes
  65. Man Charged Over Council of Ministers Fraud
  66. Minister Announces Garment Wage Negotiations
  67. Officers Charged for Chasing Timber-Laden Van
  68. Japanese Taxi Leasing Venture Set to Hit Road in Cambodia
  69. Letter to the Editor: Khmer Rouge Tribunal Defense Is Off Track
  70. Provincial Governor Changes Draw Praise, Disappointment
  71. Official, Pollster Confirm CPP Polling After Findings Leaked
  72. Amid Opposition Gains, Time Running Out for CPP Reforms
  73. PM, Rainsy Continue Squabbling Over Alleged Arrest Order
  74. US Brands Object to Draft Wage, Dispute Settlement Laws
  75. NEC Rejects Election Complaints for Being Filed Past Deadline
  76. Tribunal Bias Is Like Boxing With Hands Tied, Defense Says
  77. Human Trafficking Police Not Investigating Alleged Surrogacy Firm
  78. Suspect in Disappearance Case Linked to Bar Owner Dies
  79. Immigration Official Charged for Weapons Possession in Thailand
  80. TripAdvisor Names Angkor Wat Best Landmark
  81. Man Charged With Fraud in Ponzi Scheme Case
  82. Letter to the Editor: CCC Project Not Fully Reflected in Article
  83. New Bridge Set for Chroy Changvar Renovation
  84. Taste Cambodia
  85. Khmer Rouge Tribunal Bias Is Like Boxing With Hands Tied, Defense Claims
  86. Supreme Court Sentencing Appeal Delayed For Opposition Lawmaker
  87. Daily Reporters Win Top Investigative Award
  88. Sex, Lies, Tragedy: Classic Yike Explores Duplicity in Dance
  89. Hun Sen Goads ‘Brave Man’ Sam Rainsy to Return From Exile
  90. Despite a crash, a fair share of ridicule and instruction limited to YouTube videos,
  91. Election Body Urges Legal Action Against Its Social Media Critics
  92. Removal of Unauthorized Angkor Park Homes, Shops Delayed
  93. Suspects in Alleged Bride Trafficking Operation Tried in Absentia
  94. Government Launches Its Ambitious 10-Year Financial Plan
  95. Report Finds Major Flaws With Malaysian Maids Ban
  96. US Aid Cuts to Cambodia Not a Problem, PM Hun Sen Says
  97. Report Finds Major Flaws With Malaysian Maids Ban
  98. Samphan, Chea Interviews Used Against Them at Tribunal
  99. Election Body Urges Legal Action Against Its Social Media Critics
  100. Holdouts Remain as Derelict White Building Empties Out
  101. Official Charged Over Death Threat Against PM
  102. Cambodian Tourism Startup Among 4 Regional Grant Winners
  103. Opposition Official Seeks More Information on Silica Sand Exports
  104. Hun Sen to Commemorate Day of Khmer Rouge Defection
  105. Photography Students Display Work
  106. Hun Sen Lifts Ban, But Will Sam Rainsy Come Back?
  107. CPP Election Loser Salaries May Cost Millions
  108. Vintage Photographs Capture the Beauty of Classical Dance
  109. Off-Duty Officers Arrested After Chasing Timber-Loaded Van
  110. Under Pressure, NGO Coalition Seeks Closer Ties With Government
  111. Ballot Recounts Narrowly Swing Two Communes to CNRP
  112. Police Son of Official Demoted After Car-Shooting Accusation
  113. Prosecution: Nuon Chea, Khieu Samphan Criminality Undeniable
  114. Villagers Elevate Concerns Over Mekong Dam Construction
  115. Tip Leads Police to Mondolkiri Timber Cache
  116. Lawmaker to Seek Labor Minister’s Explanation
  117. Ta Tith Case Concluded
  118. Hun Sen Reprimands Minister in TVK Row
  119. Australian Denies Key Surrogacy Role at Trial
  120. Elderly Man Arrested for Impersonating Village Chief, Freed
  121. Threat Against PM, Family Leads to Arrest of Gov’t Official
  122. Economists Assail Opposition Proposal to Ditch US Dollars
  123. Kandal Villagers Shout Down Officials, Demand End to Dredging
  124. Nhek Bun Chhay Claims Call Mix-Up Led to Ousting From Gov’t
  125. Alleged Poachers Charged With Killing Endangered Monkeys
  126. Methadone Users Arrested Near Clinic, NGO Says
  127. Hundreds of New Angkor Park Shops, Homes Face Removal
  128. Tribunal Lawyer Rejects Accusations of Survivors’ Unreliability
  129. Human Rights Watch Slams ‘Neither Free nor Fair’ Elections
  130. Two Votes Swing Contested Commune to CPP After Rowdy Recount
  131. Twt – wanted
  132. NEC’s First Election Recount Turns Rowdy
  133. Grenade Girlfriend Tried Previous Murder Hit
  134. With City Visit, World Heritage Efforts Ramp Up
  135. Police Say Car-Shooting Official’s Son Is Not Facing Arrest
  136. Work Permitting Eases, But Glitches Remain
  137. Man Nabbed for Thai Weapons Not an Official, Minister Says
  138. Don’t ‘Waste’ Votes on Small Parties: Sokha
  139. ‘Anarchist’ Activist Flees Village for UN, Alleging Harassment
  140. Minister Kept in Dark as King Sihamoni Shakes Up State Television
  141. Police Nab Two Posing as NGO Official, Reporter
  142. ‘A Cambodian Spring’ Wins at Brooklyn Film Fest
  143. Retired Teachers Knifed While Fleeing Home
  144. National Election Body To Start Vote Recount Today
  145. Australian Man Faces 10 Years for ‘Espionage’
  146. CNRP Win Would Mean Switch From Dollar to Riel, Official Says
  147. Rainsy Faces Deadline in Kem Ley Case
  148. Nhek Bun Chhay Loses Government Adviser Role
  149. Garment Factory Suspensions Lifted; Strikers Return to Work
  150. Sokha Promises More Young Candidates in National Election
  151. Wild Elephants Kill Villager in Mondolkiri Protected Area
  152. Cambodian Arts Legend Kong Nay Receives Asian Art Prize
  153. Immigration Official Still Held in Thailand for Weapons Deal
  154. Military Denies Timber Trafficking Reports
  155. Montagnards Transfered to Vietnamese Officials
  156. Nhek Bun Chhay Stripped of Government Adviser Role
  157. Australian Filmmaker Facing 10 Years On National Security Charge
  158. Montagnards Handed Back to Vietnamese Officials
  159. Youth Works
  160. Government Pans US Ambassador’s Call for Less Suspicion, Threats
  161. Sihanoukville Port Becomes the Fifth Company Listed on Exchange
  162. CNRP to Push $500K Per Commune Plan in National Assembly
  163. Defense Ministry Investigating Thais’ Weapons Smuggling Claim
  164. Australian Filmmaker Still Being Detained Without Charges
  165. Worker Strike Highlights Factory Union Concerns
  166. Alleged Timber Trafficking Grandma Denies Charges at Trial
  167. Alleged Timber Trafficking Grandma Denies Charges at Trial
  168. Worker Strike Highlights Factory Union Concerns
  169. Worker Strike Highlights Factory Union Concerns
  170. Montagnards Set to Be Handed to Hanoi Officials
  171. Thma Puok Alone Rejects Major Parties in Cambodia’s Commune Elections
  172. Tada Island Natural Resort
  173. Main Parties Cut Into Each Other’s Traditional Strongholds
  174. UN Investigating Report of Threats Against Opposition Candidate
  175. Opposition Head Sokha Mocks CPP Election Victory Claims
  176. Siem Reap Bar Owner Accused of Sex Crimes Seeks Leniency
  177. 2011 Ban on Maids Working in Malaysia Lifted Months Ago
  178. Thousands Strike Over Factory Suspensions
  179. After 1998 Deadlock, Toothless Senate Carries On
  180. Government Spokesman Admits to NGO Scare
  181. Election Body Releases Complete Preliminary Election Results
  182. CNRP to Begin Commune Chief Training Ahead of $500K Promise
  183. Sixteen More Montagnards Set to Return to Vietnam Today
  184. Cases Against CNRP Officials Over Campaign Clashes Proceed
  185. Court Rejects Latest ‘Adhoc 5’ Request for Bail
  186. Nearly 20 RCAF Officers Rise Up the Ranks
  187. Film Used to Help a Young Generation Grapple With History
  188. Move-Out Begins at White Building; No Official Deadline Set
  189. Trash Piles Will Get Picked Up, Eventually
  190. Slow Election Count Raises Eyebrows
  191. CPP, Opposition Lodge Commune Elections Day Complaints
  192. Minority Parties ‘Spoil’ Vote in 130 Communes
  193. Quite a Stretch: Three Provinces Will Hold Global Yoga Day Events
  194. Migrant Workers Arrested in Thailand; 11 Repatriated From Laos
  195. Gov’t Names Companies Licensed to Send Workers Abroad
  196. Court Error Postpones Trial for Dutch Boyfriend of Child Torturer
  197. Flood Waters Shut Down Nat’l Road in Poipet
  198. Counterfeit Cash Fraudsters Nabbed at Border
  199. As Count Ticks Upward, Parties Spin Competing Narratives
  200. White Building School Closes Its Doors as Tenant Evictions Begin
  201. Independent Observers Complain About Pre-Vote Conditions
  202. Fresh News Results Create ‘Irregularity’ in NEC Process
  203. Immigration Official Arrested in Thailand Over Arms Cache
  204. Post-Elections Roundup
  205. Man Asleep on Tracks in Kampot Killed by Train
  206. Grand Phnom Penh – Assistant Manager, Architecture
  207. Ruling Party, Opposition Both Claim Commune Election Win
  208. Independent Observers Say ‘Smooth’ Vote Still Marred by Problems
  209. Ministry Slams Opposition Boosting Sar Kheng as ‘Propaganda’
  210. How Cambodians Shape Their History Through the Present
  211. Minister’s Plea Put to Test as White Building Residents Vote
  212. Tbong Khmum Province Police Chief Hacked to Death With Machete
  213. After Limited Time, ‘Shadow’ Monitors Offer Broad Approval
  214. High Turnout
  215. NEC Warns LDP Over Online Posts on Campaign Blackout Day
  216. US Officials Helps Man Arrested for Truck Theft
  217. FBI to Hold Terrorism Seminar in Siem Reap
  218. US Embassy Assists Man Arrested Over Crash
  219. Australian Filmmaker Nabbed for ‘Illegally’ Living in Country
  220. Lotus Delights
  221. PM Extended Personal Invitation to ‘Shadow’ Election Monitors
  222. Youth a Third of Voters, but Young Candidates Remain Rare
  223. Opinion: Upcoming Elections Test the West’s Rights Commitments
  224. Voter Voices: Oum Soktry, 25
  225. Beyond the CPP, CNRP: Other Parties Vie for Votes
  226. Live Coverage: Commune Election 2017
  227. Ex-CNRP Activist Thy Sovantha Completes CPP Defection
  228. Cambodia Daily Reporters Could Be Summoned After Elections
  229. Unions Angry With Government as Kem Sokha Urges ‘Sacrifice’ Over Vote
  230. Trafficked Children Returned From Thailand
  231. Defense Ministry Pledges Neutrality in Elections
  232. Foreign Parents of Surrogate Babies Face Reporting Mandate
  233. NEC Announces Shortcut for Voters Without IDs
  234. Sunday’s Vote to Set Stage For 2018 National Election
  235. Ministry Puts NGOs Under Watch, Alleging CNRP Bias
  236. CNRP’s Phnom Penh Party Head Summoned Over Beating
  237. Communes Through Time
  238. Interior Ministry: NGOs Under Watch for Supporting CNRP
  239. Expert View
  240. Voter Voices: Phal Kanitha, 30
  241. CNRP March Plans Rejected
  242. Court Delays Questioning of CNRP Candidates
  243. Government Faces Accusations of Suppressing Workers’ Votes
  244. Hun Sen’s Paradox: Absolute Power With Limits
  245. Opposition Party Foresees Big Ballot Gains in Phnom Penh
  246. Asean, Australian MPs Criticize CPP in Lead-Up to Elections
  247. Widow of UN Peacekeeper Who Died of Malaria Gets $70K
  248. Government to Endorse National Organic Produce Standard
  249. Fishing Cat Sighted in Koh Kong Province for First Time in Two Years
  250. Lawyers for Adhoc 5 Make New Appeals To Start Trial