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  1. Kem Ley’s Final Fables
  2. General a No-Show as Murder Trial Commences
  3. Sales Manager
  4. Six Arrested in Cockfighting Crackdown in Kampot
  5. Prime Minister
  6. Russian Man Charged in Crash That Killed Child
  7. Monkey Farm Workers Accept $16 Pay Raise
  8. Man Denies Involvement In Nightclub Shooting
  9. Farmer Charged After Rat Trap Kills Villager
  10. ‘I Am a Soldier,’ Suspect Said Before Kem Ley’s Murder
  11. Wanted British Pedophile Arrested in Siem Reap Over Visa
  12. Sokha Put Under Court’s Watch, Barred From Leaving Country
  13. Six Men Jailed For Woman’s Rape, Murder
  14. CPP Determined to Stay in Power, German Diplomat Says
  15. Court Questions Union Leader Over Forgery
  16. Villagers Protest Evictions in Preah Sihanouk
  17. Brothers Who Met With Slain Analyst Flee Country
  18. Fields & Fresh Blood—The Songs of Angkar
  19. Planned Center for Mentally Ill Faces Low Supply of Experts
  20. With Asylum Hope Over, 16 Montagnards Return to Vietnam
  21. Russian Hits Two Motorbikes With SUV Near Sihanoukville
  22. Disabled Performers Back on City’s Streets
  23. Husband, Brother Charged in Family Killings
  24. Cambodian Peacekeeper Wounded by Celebratory Gunfire
  25. Police Seek to ID Child Found Alone on Mountain in Battambang
  26. Activist Jailed Over Nonviolent Reoccupation Attempt in Mondolkiri
  27. Underage Bidder Thwarts Timber Auction in Mondolkiri
  28. Monitor Should Recuse Herself From US Senate Bill Debate
  29. Kem Ley’s Suspected Killer Charged With Murder
  30. US Offers $9M to Boost Public Accountability NGOs
  31. Consultant’s Analysis of US Senate Bill Cherry-Picks Facts
  32. Cpp
  33. Slain Analyst’s Wife Seeks to Flee Country
  34. Protest Leader Arrested in Mondolkiri After Reoccupation Attempt
  35. Jailed CNRP Lawmaker Says Prison Is Safer Than Freedom
  36. Officers ‘Educated’ After Threat to Reporter
  37. Police Close Probe Into Prey Speu Escape
  38. Police Stop Trio Carting Kem Ley’s Portrait
  39. Children—A New Defense Against Looting?
  40. Monkey Farm Employees March for Pay Raise
  41. Tribunal Is Tainted by Political Interference, but Not From US
  42. Prime Minister Hun Sen Found a Win-Win Solution to ‘Samdech’ Problem
  43. With Critic’s Murder, a Singular Voice Silenced
  44. Boy, Man Beaten After Mass Escape From Detention Center
  45. Disgraced Official Will Face No Legal Action for Embezzlement
  46. Mourners Scuffle With Police, Government Guards
  47. Amid Lack of Interest, More Wood Auctions Called Off
  48. Kandal Drinking Water Contaminated With Fecal Matter: Study
  49. Brothers Killed While Playing With Old Ordnance
  50. Owners Deny Pimping Cafe Staff
  51. Couple Charged Over Vendor’s Death Near Factory
  52. Officials ID Kem Ley’s Killer; Prime Minister Calls for Calm
  53. Paris Court Tosses Defamation Suit: Rainsy
  54. Adhoc Staffer Summoned in Sokha Case
  55. Suspect Escapes En Route to Police Station
  56. Underprivileged Khmer Teens To Play World Cup in Scotland
  57. Trucks to Be Weighed Before Hitting the Road
  58. US Basketball Pros to Visit Cambodia, Share Skills
  59. Pagoda Chief Caught With Meth Held Before Trial
  60. Illegal Timber Found by Police Goes Missing in Ratanakkiri
  61. Prominent Political Analyst Kem Ley Slain
  62. Popular Political Analyst Kem Ley Shot Dead
  63. Film Festival to Tackle Trafficking, Migration
  64. Accused Bride Trafficker Charged, Imprisoned
  65. Pagoda Chief Caught With Major Meth Stash
  66. American Retiree Found Guilty in Meth Case
  67. PM Nixes ‘Samdech’ Order Amid Defiance
  68. Risqué Business
  69. Government Backs Letter Denouncing Foreign Press
  70. Head of Compliance and Head of Retail Lending Sales
  71. Consultancy for review of the National Strategy for Reproductive and Sexual Health (N
  72. Second national workshop on the environmental code
  73. Assistant
  74. Apprenticeship Manager (Full Time)
  75. Police Burn Fake, Expired Vietnamese Goods
  76. Unionists Freed After Strike Called Off in Kampot
  77. Rice Vendor Killed in Fight Outside Factory
  78. Rice Exports Drop Amid Calls for Intervention
  79. Four Sentenced Over Bride Trafficking
  80. Reporter Files Complaint Over Police Threat
  81. Government Issues Final ‘Samdech’ Warning
  82. Prime Minister’s Children Accuse Media Of Colluding With NGO
  83. Man’s Throat Slit After Revealing Location of Wanted Cousin
  84. Agriculture Official Demoted Over Land Sale
  85. Government Bans Two Songs Deemed Too Sexual
  86. NEC Rejects CNRP’s Migrant Polling Station Request
  87. Hotel Staff Let Hidden Talents Soar in ‘T’banh’ Exhibition
  88. US Removes Tariffs for Cambodian Travel Goods
  89. Briefly Out of Hiding, Sokha Marks July 1997
  90. Report Details First Family’s Business Empire
  91. Largest-Ever Meth Case Goes to Trial; Suspects Claim Innocence
  92. Wood-Trading Official Had Been Warned
  93. Woman Caught Trafficking Brides to China
  94. Teenager Charged for Child Rape
  95. Returned UDG Evictees Want Double the Land
  96. Farmers Claim Losses in British Businessman’s Biofuel Case
  97. Fading Confidence Repelling Condo Buyers
  98. Unionists Arrested in Kampot for Inciting Strike
  99. Inducing Case 003 Outcome: US Purse Strings Wielded as a Whip
  100. Banlung City ‘Dictator’ Removed in Ratanakkiri
  101. World Is Watching, Government Told After UN Meeting
  102. Farmer Jailed Over the Rape of 9-Year-Old
  103. Police Investigate Logs Left By Rubber Plantation Road
  104. Dubious Statement Supports Government South China Sea Neutrality
  105. Man Sentenced to Life, Woman To 30 Years in Lover’s Murder
  106. Released German Pedophile Now Set to Be Deported
  107. The Rise and Revolt of ‘Rescue Girl’ Thy Sovantha
  108. Disgraced Education Official Still On Payroll, Colleagues Say
  109. Officials on Run After Journalist Reports Threats, Illegal Timber
  110. Internet to Be Introduced at 5,000 Schools
  111. Villager Accused of Black Magic Shot Dead
  112. CNRP Reaches Out to Sar Kheng for Talks Amid Turmoil
  113. Ninth ‘Black Monday’ Sees Clashes, Threats
  114. Mass Cattle Deaths Scar Country’s Northeast
  115. Hit With Complaint, Judge Delays Fraud Case
  116. Police Ignorance, Culture Hinder Progress on Domestic Abuse
  117. Foreign Ministry Official on Trial Admits to Taking Bribes
  118. Mekong Express Bus Steered by Drowsy Driver Overturns
  119. At Least 15 Injured in Truck Collision With Minibus
  120. Couple Charged Over Murder of Wife’s Lover
  121. US Should Charge Kissinger If It Wants Mayaguez Probe
  122. Man Fatally Stabbed Over Alleged Rudeness
  123. Police Say Gas Cans Sparked Fire in Scavenger Slum
  124. PM’s In-Law Again Warned To Shut Down Cockfights
  125. Plans Change for CNRP Thumbprint Petition Probe
  126. Activists Will Switch to White For ‘Black Monday’ to White
  127. Media Warned as ‘Samdech’ Deadline Passes
  128. High-Profile Fraud Case Set to Resume With New Evidence
  129. Rice Federation Re-elects Prime Minister’s Son-in-Law
  130. Health Ministry Warns of a Spike in Dengue
  131. ILO Says Factory Conditions Improving
  132. Husband Allegedly Killed Wife in Front of Their Son
  133. Fortuneteller Arrested for Suspected $16,000 Scam
  134. Two CNRP Lawmakers Targeted to Be Stripped of Immunity
  135. Hun Sen
  136. US Spending Bill Ties Aid to End of Government ‘Violence’
  137. Anti-Graft Czar Attacks Battambang Governor
  138. Going Native
  139. Graft Hindering Fight Against Human Trafficking, Report Says
  140. South Koreans Jailed Over Football Gambling Sites
  141. Hun Sen Baits Opposition on Fishery Day
  142. Publisher Sentenced to Life for Murder of Friend
  143. Activist Monk Tells of Arrest Attempt Over T-Shirt Event
  144. Mother Nature Activists Found Guilty, Freed
  145. Energy Minister Visits Dam Site to Ask Villagers to Leave
  146. Government Passes Law to Regulate Organ Donation
  147. Laos Opens New Consulate Near Drug Artery
  148. In Appeal, Activist Calls Hun Sen an ‘Enemy’
  149. Energy Minister Visits Dam Site to Ask Villagers to Leave
  150. Apparent Samrin Cameo Debated at Khmer Rouge Tribunal
  151. Thirteen Dogs Killed by Poison in Motorbike Theft
  152. Commuter Van Flips, Injuring 14 Factory Workers
  153. Battambang Teen Jailed for Raping 9-Year-Old Neighbor
  154. Trial Shows Promise of New PTSD Treatment
  155. Hun Sen Fires, Suspends, Reinstates General
  156. Banteay Meanchey’s Top Prosecutor Ousted, Sent to Ministry
  157. Deputy PM Calls for Probe of Interference Claims in Assault Case
  158. Hun Sen Says Sokha Will Be in Prison ‘Forever’
  159. US Restaurant Week Plugs Global Americana
  160. Embassies Raise Concerns Over Briton’s Case
  161. Guard Arrested for Pulling Pistol on Colleague
  162. Drug Trafficking ‘Reporter’ Gets 25 Years
  163. Illegal Wood Seized on Sugarcane Plantation
  164. Education Ministry Warns Against Political Bias
  165. Son of Deputy Zone Leader Tells Khmer Rouge
  166. Anti-Corruption Unit Wants New Protection Laws Drafted by Year’s End
  167. Man Arrested for Killing Wife in Drunken Rage
  168. Meth-Dealing Suspects Nabbed in Police Sting
  169. Three Prisons to Be Relocated, Two in Land Swaps
  170. With Unusual Format, Young Directors Debut First Feature
  171. Fire Destroys 33 Recycling Collectors’ Houses
  172. Suu Kyi’s Message to Migrants Resonates in Cambodia
  173. Officer Sought in Fatal Birthday Party Shooting
  174. Officer Caught After Fleeing Beer Garden Shooting
  175. Australia Pushing to Send More Refugees: Group
  176. Rainsy Says VN Border Map Shows Intrusions
  177. Guard Arrested for Abusing 13-Year-Old Girl
  178. Vietnam Seizes Ivory That Passed Through Cambodia
  179. Chinese Tourists Arrested for Flying Drone Near Royal Palace
  180. Russian Man, Girlfriend Killed in Traffic Accident
  181. Police Arrest 20 Young People for Smoking Shisha
  182. NGO Director Arrested by Vietnamese Authorities
  183. Trying Guilt
  184. Agriculture Firm Fraud Case Draws to a Close
  185. Phnom Penh, Hanoi to Investigate Alleged Attacks Along Border
  186. Witness Tells Tribunal of Surviving Massacre
  187. Court Denies Appeal for Rights Worker in Death Threat Case
  188. Military Police Officer on the Run After Beer Garden Shooting
  189. Man Who Slapped Schoolgirl Claims He Has Mental Illness
  190. Dey Krahom Leader Acquitted of Defamation, Forgery
  191. Preah Vihear Border Checkpoint to Go International
  192. Council of Ministers Official Slaps Schoolgirl
  193. Chief Monk Commits Suicide Over Road Construction Debt
  194. Sawmill Discovered in Oddar Meanchey Forest; Wood Seized
  195. 17 Fake Test-Takers Face up To Six Months in Prison, Fine
  196. CNRP Members Want Lawmaker Sanctioned
  197. Spat Between Lawmakers Continues
  198. Khmer Rouge Leaders Begin Appeal Against Guilty Verdicts
  199. Government Denies Using Wrong Border Map
  200. RCAF Top Brass Unaware of M’kiri Standoff
  201. Almost 100 More Factory Workers Faint
  202. Project Assistant
  203. Two Boys Drown in Mekong After Saving Classmates
  204. Interior Ministry Seeks Help on Illegal Migrants
  205. Lawmakers Spar Over Right to Speak
  206. Two Men Charged With Attempted Rape of Tourist
  207. With Stocks Falling, PM Tells Citizens, Retirees to Raise Fish
  208. Sonando Receives Approval to File Political Party Application
  209. Court Charges CPP Commune Chief With Corruption
  210. Huge Drop in Rate of Open Defecation, Report Says
  211. Soldiers Face Down Soldiers Over Capture of Loggers
  212. CNRP Pushes Gov’t for Unity Against Vietnam
  213. Over Two Days at Two Factories, 184 Female Workers Faint
  214. Safari World to Move to Phnom Penh Next Year
  215. Tribunal
  216. Anti-Tank Mine Kills Man in Oddar Meanchey
  217. Rescued Fishermen Return From Indonesia
  218. Loophole Thwarts Efforts to Combat Child Sex
  219. Police, Guards Block Marches Against NGO Law
  220. CPP Commune Chief Arrested By Anti-Corruption Authorities
  221. Official Believes Tip-Off Helped Drug Kingpin Escape Dragnet
  222. Nine Unionists Arrested During Demonstration at Takeo Factory
  223. Factory Says Not Responsible For Protesting Workers’ Injuries
  224. CNRP, Svay Rieng Officials Spar Over Border Trip
  225. After Distributing Cash, Group Denies CPP Links
  226. Posts Ministry Launches Low-Cost Van Service
  227. Rapist, Accomplices Jailed in Bubble-Tea Case
  228. Police Take Delivery of New Riot Control Trucks
  229. Chinese Men Framed With Bullets, Fake Drugs
  230. Police Arrest Two Men Over ‘Brutal’ Killing of Farmer
  231. Gov’t to Stop March Against NGO Law by ‘Any Means’
  232. After Criticism, Ministry Restores Company Database
  233. CPP Celebrates 64 Years Since Communist Birth
  234. Lawmakers, Others in Border Brawl With Vietnamese
  235. CNRP Raises $200K for TV Station in First Weekend
  236. World Bank ‘Feature Story’ Sings Praises of Criticized Project
  237. Hundreds Protest
  238. Chinese, Local Injured in Land Dispute Clash
  239. Family Convicted of ‘Violence’ Over Land Scuffle
  240. Chinese Medic Arrested Over Woman’s Death at Clinic
  241. Teenager Jailed After Holding Baby Hostage While on Drugs
  242. CNRP Now Has Vietnam Border Map, Rainsy Says
  243. Shacking Up
  244. US Report Details Human Rights Abuses in 2014
  245. CNRP Demands New Border Committee, Treaty’s Cancellation
  246. Charges Against Meas Muth ‘Invalid,’ Defense Lawyers Say
  247. Opposition Chief Whip Calls Sok An to National Assembly
  248. Soprano in Rare Opera Performance Saturday
  249. Driver Who Crashed Into Protesters Released
  250. Hundreds of Students Leave Class to Protest