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  1. City Hall Relents, Lets Kem Ley Ceremony Proceed
  2. 170 Vietnamese Asylum Seekers Given Two Weeks to Leave
  3. Floating Gas Stations, Garages Ordered to Close in K’Chhnang
  4. UN Envoy Offers Help With Surrogacy Laws
  5. Ministry Investigating Commander Who Treats Soldiers Like ‘Dogs and Cats’
  6. Convicted RCAF Terrorist Still at Large After Hospital Escape
  7. Forum Promotes Ties Between Chinese, Cambodian Media
  8. Expert Witness Calls KR Forced Marriages ‘National Service’
  9. Nephew Confesses to Murder of Snail-Farming Couple
  10. 62 Workers Injured in Bavet City Truck Crash
  11. 19 Nabbed for Luring Locals Into Gambling
  12. Cuffed Suspects Escape Police Car En Route to Court
  13. Shark Fin Trade Swims On, Despite Ban
  14. Rainsy Called to Court Over New Case, No Details Given
  15. Police Can’t Find Witnesses to Protest Beating
  16. Technical Expert on Multilateral Environmental Agreement (MEA), Capacity Development
  17. Snail-Farming Couple Fatally Stabbed in Rice Field
  18. Two 15-Year-Olds Arrested in 9-Year-Old’s Rape
  19. UN Human Rights Envoy Begins Third Country Visit
  20. Letter to the Editor: Economic Ties With U.S. Cut in 1963; Relations in 1965
  21. Warning Banned Politician, General Cites Khieu Samphan Beating
  22. Bangladeshi Man Denies Trafficking Charge at Trial
  23. Hun Sen Requests Assistance for Migrants in Thailand
  24. Khmer Rouge Marriages Not Forced, Expert Says
  25. Lapsed Deal With UN Another Bump in Rocky Relationship
  26. Guards Beat NGO Official During Land Protest
  27. Fugitive Terrorist Dupes Guards With Spiked Cake
  28. Opposition Lawmaker Sentenced Over Facebook Posts
  29. First National Police Test Seeks 4,000 New Recruits
  30. Ceremony Planned for Kem Ley Despite Government Ban
  31. Activists to Protest at Eviction Site Despite Ban
  32. Government Pledges to Reduce Environmental Hazards
  33. New Tax Exemptions to Raise Take-Home Wage for Workers
  34. Shattered Statue Leaves Local Fears Of Bad Luck
  35. Additional Lifeguards Hired In Sihanoukville After Drownings
  36. Architecture Students Imagine Future in ‘City of Memory’
  37. World Bank Helped Fund Controversial Dam: Report
  38. CPP Hits Back Against Australian Politician Behind Protests
  39. De Gaulle’s Visit: A Time Before Glory Faded
  40. Unpunished Purge
  41. Waffling Opposition Skips Assembly Session
  42. Documentary Paints Moving Portrait of ‘Killing Fields’ Star
  43. Declining Rights Focus of UN Envoy Visit
  44. Protesters Slam Manet Over Kem Ley in Australia
  45. 20 Trafficked Migrant Workers Rescued in Indonesia
  46. Land Evictees Left Waiting as EU Plan Stalls
  47. Ton of Poached Coral Confiscated in Preah Sihanouk
  48. Timber Owner Sought After Soldier Charged in Wood Seizure
  49. City Hall Rejects New Request for Kem Ley Ceremony
  50. SCW – Seeking Consultant for Redesign of Children Storybooks
  51. Government Proposes to Slash Salary Tax for Civil Servants
  52. Stepfather Accosted, Raped, Threatened to Kill Daughter
  53. Nearly 30 Agreements to Be Signed at Xi’s Visit, PM
  54. Defiant Young Monks, Students Forced Out of Residences
  55. Land Deal Leaves Bitter Taste For Sugar Plantation Evictees
  56. Government Rejects Request for Kem Ley Memorial in Public Park
  57. Number of Migrant Worker Repatriations Rising
  58. Suspects in Sokha Hotel Meth Bust Deny Dealing
  59. Sokha Back in Hiding at Party HQ, But Why?
  60. Opposition Ends Boycott Of National Assembly
  61. Minister Says Timber Barons Agree to Stop Illegal Logging
  62. JRfC & WAfC – English and Computer Teacher
  63. Khmer Rouge Tribunal Delayed Due to Heavy Rain
  64. Design Exhibit Promises Beauty, With No Need for Philosophy
  65. Translator Stabs Wife to Death, Then Attempts Suicide
  66. Vendors Selling Porcupine, Monkey Meat Flee Arrest
  67. Markets Peddle Toys, Jewelry Laced With Toxins, Study Finds
  68. Sugar Plantation Caught Again with Illegal Wood
  69. ADB Offers Cambodia New $1B Loan Package
  70. Government Officials Deny Authorizing Land Maps
  71. Ministry of Education to Punish Nine Exam Proctors
  72. Sokha Leaves HQ for First Time in Months
  73. ‘Footloose’ Garment Sector Continues to Drive Growth
  74. Massive Security Deployment Planned for President Xi’s Visit to Cambodia
  75. Japanese Luxury Builder Makes White Building Plans
  76. Mondolkiri Teen Confesses to Murder of Sister-In-Law
  77. Father and Three Children Drown in Siem Reap River
  78. Sokha to Leave Party Headquarters This Morning
  79. Soldier Nabbed for Guarding Vietnam-Bound Wood
  80. Drunken Driver Kills 1, Injures 6 in Hit-and-Run Spree
  81. US Terror Law Helps Case Against Hun Manet, Lawyer Says
  82. US
  83. Voter Registrations Hit Peak On Final Day of Pchum Ben
  84. Government Considers Delay of Business Registration
  85. Police Chief Arrested for Firing AK in Dispute
  86. Government Sets Deadline for Shutting Down Unregistered SIMs
  87. Opposition Wobbles Toward End of Boycott
  88. Government Deal With UN Hangs in the Balance
  89. Ex-Officials Accused of Taking Bribe
  90. Teenager Admits Stoning, Sexually Assaulting Child
  91. Oversized Truck
  92. Police Find Woman’s Body Near Vietnamese Border
  93. Reports on ‘3 Missing Deputies’ Not ‘Intellectual Dishonesty’
  94. Thousands Flock to Northeast For New Pchum Ben Vacations
  95. Navy Chief’s Son Starts Speedboat Service
  96. Pchum Ben Festival Road Death Toll Drops
  97. Bathroom Break Pit Stop Ends in Road Rage
  98. Kem Ley’s Baby Born as Ceremony Tensions Rise
  99. For Migrants, Votes in Phnom Penh ‘Wasted’
  100. NEC Says Soldiers Registered for Vote in Wrong Commune
  101. Request for proposal terms of reference for the assignment of individual consultant s
  102. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT SERVICE*for Behaviour Change Communication
  103. Security Guard Charged With Raping Minor
  104. Tourism Venues to Be Vetted and Ranked by Government
  105. Elite Soldier Charged For Unlawfully Firing Gun
  106. Xi to Make First Presidential Visit This Month
  107. Spirits High, But Buffalo Numbers Waning, at Annual Races
  108. Rare Wood Rules Tightened; to What Avail?
  109. Prosecutor Appeals Release of Illegal Fishermen in Kandal
  110. Kem Sokha to Leave Refuge to Register
  111. Sketches Show Process Behind Artist’s Memorial
  112. Government Target for Eliminating HIV
  113. Program Looks to Keep Psychologists Sane
  114. New App to Help Cambodians in Korea Send Money Home
  115. Cambodia’s Envoy to UN Hits Back at EU
  116. Cambodian Zika Fears Prompt US Travel Warning
  117. Fake Pistol Helps Woman Escape From Prey Speu
  118. Alleged Mule Charged in Cocaine Case
  119. Man Charged for Murder With Homemade Gun
  120. Despite More Wood Seizures, Official Insists Logging Is Over
  121. Paddy Prices Hit New Low Ahead of Pchum Ben Holiday
  122. Beaten CNRP Lawmaker Plans US Lawsuits Against Government and Manet
  123. Defensive Cambodia Hastens Pivot to China
  124. Two Men Arrested for Rapes of Female Relatives
  125. City Hall Rejects CNRP Lawmaker’s Plan for Kem Ley Statue
  126. Garment Sector Minimum Wage Set at $153
  127. Motorbike Thief Gets 14 Years Added to Sentence
  128. Woman Uses Fake $100 Bills to Defraud Pagodas
  129. Gambling Website Draws Bad Hand at Karaoke Parlor
  130. Media Mogul Claims Victory in Journalist Feud
  131. Family of Man Mauled to Death Seeks Buyer for Killer Elephant
  132. New Garment Wage Decision Expected Today
  133. Probe Sought Into Official’s Release After Fatal Crash
  134. Using Condoms as Evidence, Police Flout Law
  135. Rice Body Stirs National Pride and Anti-Competitive Enforcement
  136. Asian Countries Defend Cambodia After UN
  137. Dormant CNRP Emerges With Reform Plans
  138. Lightning Kills Pregnant Mother as She Unplugs Phone
  139. Household Income Falls, Debt Rises Sharply After Drought
  140. After Suicide, Judge Says Fraud Case Is Nearing Its Conclusion
  141. Women in Land Conflicts Suffer Disproportionately, Study Finds
  142. Listen Up Graduates, It’s Your Prime Minister Speaking
  143. Police End First Round of Riot Control Course But More to Come
  144. Sokha Seeks ‘Impossible’ Clemency for Jailed Rights Activists
  145. Ministry Seeks Dialogue After Media Mogul’s ‘Thieves’ Insult
  146. Garment Exports Keep ADB Forecast Strong
  147. Thailand Plays Catch and Release With Fishermen
  148. Election Officials Brace for Pchum Ben Rush
  149. CPP Faces Moment of Reckoning Over Agriculture Failures
  150. Radio Host Goes to Court Over Defamation Lawsuit
  151. Political Arena Calm as Compromise Remains Elusive
  152. Rice Sector Intervention to Bolster CPP Support, Official Says
  153. Government Bites Back as ‘Black Monday’ Returns
  154. CNRP Youth Leader Resigns Ahead of Reforms
  155. Better Nutrition Alone Won’t Stop Stunting, Study Says
  156. Gambling Schemers Deny Taking Men Hostage
  157. Third Time Not the Charm for Wage Negotiations
  158. Three Nabbed in Raid as Drug Arrests Climb
  159. Japan Pledges $32 Million for Buses, Mine Clearance
  160. Police Admit Drug Mule Attracted by Lax Security
  161. Bank Says ‘No Issue’ With Rice Sector After Intervention
  162. Five More Suspects Charged in Grenade Attack
  163. Council Paves the Way for Lenient Traffic Law
  164. Christian des Pallieres, Founder of Child NGO, Dies at 82
  165. Sihanoukville Set for Boost in Trained Tour Guides
  166. Worker Crushed to Death At Sihanoukville Port
  167. Comparing Prince Sihanouk to Present Government a Failed Endeavor
  168. DEA Tip-Off Leads to Suspected Drug Mule Arrest
  169. Phnom Penh Wat Not ‘Hotbed Of Anti-Government Activism’
  170. Vietnamese Fishermen Arrested in Kandal
  171. Minister Tells UN ‘Perfect Democracy’ Not Realistic
  172. Timber Trader Blasts Journalists for Snitching
  173. CNRP Official Sends Veterans Memorial Plan To Prime Minister
  174. Starving Spirits
  175. ‘Freedom Fighter’ Charged With Drug Trafficking
  176. Woman Killed, Family Wounded in Ax Attack
  177. Phnom Penh Hyatt Hotel to Retain Royal Villa
  178. Eight Conspired in Grenade Blast, Police Say
  179. ‘Failed’ Electoral System Ranked Asia’s Worst
  180. Election Body Probes Alleged Irregularities
  181. Farmer Jailed Over Rape of 7-Year-Old Neighbor
  182. Three Dead, Seven Injured in Tour Bus Crash as Driver Flees
  183. Central Bank Invites Public to Exchange Damaged Riel Notes
  184. Police Hunt Trio After Shots Fired at Military Police Office
  185. Hyatt Seeks Entry Into Phnom Penh’s Crowded Luxury Market
  186. Bodyguard Tells Tribunal of Trip to Border to Collect Uniforms
  187. Kratie Man Released After Free Land Rumor Quashed
  188. Protesting Evictees Block Highway in Sihanoukville
  189. Cash Influx a Band-Aid for Failing Rice Sector
  190. Civil Society ‘Under Threat’ As Official Sentenced
  191. Hun Sen Declares Fragile Political ‘Cease-Fire’ With CNRP
  192. Two 10th Century Sandstone Artifacts Seized in Siem Reap
  193. Election Official Sentenced to Six Months for Criticizing Court
  194. Supreme Court Rejects CNRP Lawmaker’s Appeal
  195. Court Upholds Logging Conviction Against Activist
  196. Cambodia Promises to Sign Climate Treaty by 2017
  197. Study Exposes Abuse of Trans Cambodians
  198. Rainsy Says Assembly Boycott Stands Despite Parliament Plans
  199. ‘Rampaging Elephant’ Recaptured In Mondolkiri After Killing Its Owner
  200. Top Students Earn Praise, Prizes At ‘Peace Palace’ After Exams
  201. Agriculture Minister Blames Businesspeople for Rice Crisis
  202. Kampot Police Nab ‘Freedom Fighter’ in Drug Raid
  203. Tribunal Hears of Secret Medical Experiments
  204. Homage to Molyvann Is a Story of Renaissance and Regret
  205. Five Arrested Over Phnom Penh Grenade Explosion
  206. Police Chief Admits Wife Is Timber Smuggler
  207. Who Owns the 2,949 Logs Found by a Government Task Force?
  208. 9-Year-Old Girl Latest to Drown Along Sihanoukville Coastline
  209. Radio Operator Tells of ‘Coup’ Chatter During Khmer Rouge
  210. Villagers Expecting Deputy Governor Met by Police and Soldiers
  211. Government Held Rights to Land Prior to Fraud Raid, Official Says
  212. Suspected Scammers Deported to China
  213. Head-On Collision Kills Three Friends
  214. First Japanese-Run Hospital Opens in Phnom Penh for $35 Million
  215. Traffickers Get Life for Biggest Meth Bust
  216. CNRP Softens Stance on Boycott of Parliament
  217. Prime Minister Vows to ‘Eliminate’ Opponents Who Protest
  218. Unfinished Railway Connected to Thailand
  219. Prime Minister Seeks $300 Million From China for Rice Sector
  220. Timber Trader Is in Hun Sen’s Bodyguard Unit, Official Says
  221. Elephant on The Loose After Killing Owner
  222. Court Summons Chief Monk Over Defamation Complaint
  223. Girl, 10, Identifies Suspected Attacker After Rape in Pursat
  224. Wife of Suspected Traitor Tells Tribunal of Wedding, Suffering
  225. Man Nabbed for Extorting Ex With Nude Photographs
  226. Boeng Kak Activists Sentenced, 5 Years Later
  227. Criticism of ‘Calling for Mass Demonstrations’ Is Irrelevant
  228. Boeng Kak Activists Sentenced to Six Months in Prison
  229. Reputed Timber Trader’s Warehouse Raided
  230. Man Gets 77 Years Over Motorbike Robberies
  231. Sihanouk Officials Cancel Market Shutdown
  232. Lack of Information Leads to Migration for Jobs, Study Says
  233. Officials Attacked With Metal Pole After Seizing Wood
  234. Unlicensed Medic Arrested for ‘Reckless’ Operation
  235. Sokha Drops ‘No Response’ Policy, Calls For Action
  236. Farmers Block Road Amid Rice Price Crisis
  237. Activist Monk Accepts Medal, But Only if Demands Are Met
  238. CPP ‘Not Worried’ Regarding International Court’s Decision
  239. CNRP Reports Voter List Irregularities
  240. Ways of a Dictator
  241. Venezuelan, Malaysian Charged Over Airport Drug Smuggling Attempts
  242. Pickup Truck Driver Kills Four, Injures Five Others in Preah Vihear
  243. Embassy Exhorts S Korean Police to Arrest Abuser
  244. Skepticism as CNRP Seeks to Reprise 2013
  245. Police Seek Casino Boss Over Missing $3.7 Million
  246. Couple Forced to Have Sex, Tribunal Hears
  247. Kem Ley’s Brother Questions Probe’s Sincerity
  248. Hun Manet Given Two Months to Respond in US Lawsuit
  249. Phnom Penh Residents Owe $10 Million in Garbage Fees
  250. UN Deal in Limbo as Government Rebukes Criticism