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  1. Save the Children – Procurement Officer
  2. Save the Children – Partnership Manager & MEAL Coordinator
  3. The Asia Foundation – Finance, Grants and Admin Manager
  4. ACF – TRAINING and LIAISON OFFICER
  5. NGO Forum – Community Rights on Hydropower Development Policy Monitoring Coordinator
  6. CIA Paints Lon Nol’s Brother as Cambodia’s ‘Troublemaker’
  7. Police Attempted to Beat Out a Confession: Tycoon Murder Suspect
  8. Russian Tycoon’s Son Ousted From Police Force
  9. Ambitious Arts Trial Seeks to Spark Cambodia’s Creativity
  10. Unexploded Chemical Drums Buried Under School for Years
  11. Carbon-Credit Conservation Deal Reached for Cardamoms
  12. ‘Reform or Die,’ Governor Tells City Officials
  13. Laos to Lend a Hand in Drugs Crackdown, Gov’t Ministers Say
  14. Adhoc Five’s Families Ask for Pardons From King, Hun Sen
  15. Plane Skids to Stop in Siem Reap; No Injuries
  16. Be Proud About Sand Exports, Spokesman Says
  17. ‘Death Knell’ for Casinos on Vietnam Border
  18. SCW – CONSULTANT for accompanying the IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS of 38 SOLAR PUMPS in Sie
  19. Final Witnesses Testify in Tycoon’s Lingering Murder Trial
  20. Nearly 49,000 Children Are Living in Care Facilities, Study Says
  21. CNRP Lawmakers Request Probe Into Drowned Sex Worker
  22. Rice Seeds Spark CNRP Border Complaint in Svay Rieng Province
  23. CPP Sets Date to Relieve CNRP of ‘Minority Party’ Status
  24. Kratie Villagers Storm Forestry Administration to Reclaim Tractors
  25. Nixon Advised to Risk ‘Embarrassment’ With Sihanouk: CIA
  26. Singapore, Cambodia Say Sand Exports Have Stopped
  27. No Wood, But Permit in Protected Area Extended
  28. Livelihoods Burned in Phnom Penh Market Fire
  29. Farmers, Officials Destroy Illegal Fishing Gear
  30. Workers Urge Kandal Court to Hand Over Factory’s Deposit
  31. Deportations of Vietnamese Dropped Last Year
  32. Hun Sen ‘Unpredictable and Easily Angered,’ CIA Files Say
  33. Scrap Investigation, Chea Vichea’s Brother Says on Anniversary
  34. One Fatally Shot in Phnom Penh Robbery
  35. Post-Obama, Hun Sen Faces Uncertain US Policy
  36. Returning to Action in Provinces, Kem Sokha Looks for Unity
  37. Nigerian Arrested While Trafficking $1.4M of Cambodia-Bound Meth
  38. PM Calls Global Witness ‘Crazy’ in Latest Spat
  39. Facing Stigma, Many Divorcees Enter Abusive Relationships
  40. City Hall Relocates Blind Street Performers
  41. Japanese Authorities Arrest Trio Suspected of Sex Trafficking
  42. Hun Sen Decries Global Witness As ‘Crazy’ Amid Latest Criticism
  43. Man Caught With Kilo of Meth Charged With Trafficking
  44. Cursing Ceremony of Evicted Boeng Kak residents
  45. Bak Mai’s Second Chance
  46. Terrorist-Branded Zaman Institutes Get Big-Name Backing
  47. Military Needs Basic IT Training, Top Officer Says
  48. CPP Makes First Move to Revoke CNRP’s ‘Minority’ Status
  49. NGOs Urge Gov’t to Legalize Sex Industry
  50. Courts ‘Must Solve’ Corruption Conundrum
  51. Declassified Files Portray Lon Nol as ‘Shaken’ Man
  52. R’kiri Trash Conflict Spills Over Again
  53. Public Hearings Into Suspect Voters Are Cut Short
  54. Public Hearings Into Suspect Voters Are Cut Short
  55. Cambodia Open for Business, Closed for Dissent
  56. Ringleader, 4 Teens Sentenced After Meth Bust
  57. Try Pheap Opens Motorcycle Assembly Plant
  58. Only 23 Rapes Recorded in Phnom Penh Last Year in Crime Spike
  59. Ministry Reports Illegal Forest Clearing Doubled Last Year
  60. Hun Sen Files $1 Million Lawsuit Against Rainsy
  61. Embassy Hotline Created to Assist Foreign Nationals in Need
  62. Second Deminer Killed in Less Than a Week
  63. Kampot Police Official Arrested for Methamphetamine Trafficking
  64. Former Military General Begins Push for Minor-Party Mergers
  65. Supreme Court Hears Appeals From Six Jailed Gov’t Critics
  66. Minister Defends Cancellation of Joint Military Exercises With US
  67. Celebrating Forced Marriages That Blossomed, Through Ballet
  68. Construction Investment Skyrockets in 2016
  69. Hun Sen Comments Put CPP Meeting With CNRP on Hold
  70. Rainsy Hit With New Facebook Lawsuit as Appeal Is Heard
  71. District Police Chief Being Investigated for Timber Trafficking
  72. Land Disputes Up, Resolutions Down, Ministry Data Shows
  73. Homeless Children Rounded Up and Dropped on NGO Doorsteps
  74. Hundreds Called In to Defend Voting Rights
  75. Facebook Plea Saves Women Trafficked to Japan for Sex
  76. City Hall Confirms Relocation Of Freedom Park to Outskirts
  77. Cambodia Opposes N Korea’s Nuclear Program
  78. Expanding E-Commerce Sector Promising, But Remains Unregulated
  79. Cambodia’s Economy Ranked as PM Visits WEF in Davos
  80. Singapore’s Gov’t Breaks Months of Silence Over Sand Scandal
  81. PM Makes Move to End Future TalksWith CNRP
  82. China Dam Construction Is Putting Pressure on Mekong River
  83. When Brutal Killers Die, What Becomes of Their Remains?
  84. Thailand, Cambodia Meet to Seek Solution to Poipet Border Issues
  85. Remembering Ancestral Past Provides Path to Uneasy Reconciliation
  86. Election Committee Rejects CNRP’s Foreign Voter Complaints
  87. Cambodia Cancels Exercise With US Military
  88. Lessons From Japan to Help Affordable Housing
  89. Mother Hacks Man Trying to Rape Her Daughter
  90. ILO Warns of Brexit ThreatTo Garments
  91. Uber Meets Minister, But Not Yet Ready to Launch
  92. January 7 Criticism a Historical Reminder, Not Personal Attack
  93. Ratanakkiri NGOs Are Hit by Series of Major Resignations
  94. Cambodian Football Star Is Headed for Japan
  95. Gov’t Accuses NASA of Incitement Over Deforestation Data
  96. Three Relatives Charged Over Revenge Acid Attack; One at Large
  97. Driver Charged After Six Killed In Van Accident
  98. Hun Sen, as Journalism Professor, Wines and Dines the Media
  99. One Deminer Killed, Another Injured by Landmine in Pailin
  100. Official Bailed in Flopper Case After Outcry
  101. Adhoc Prisoner Talks Left Off Upcoming Meeting Agenda
  102. A Year On, Logging Force Proving Skeptics Right
  103. Jailed Foreigner Dies of Suspected Kidney Failure
  104. Widowed Fortune-Teller Murdered by Boyfriend
  105. Mass Food Poisoning After Pursat Election Event
  106. Socially Conscious Startups Closer to Launch
  107. Deminer Killed by Explosive in Pailin
  108. Wife Douses Romantic Rival With Acid; 2nd Attack of Year
  109. Hundreds of Workers March Over Unpaid Salaries
  110. Judge Approves Bail for CNRP Official Accused Of Driving into Poipet Official
  111. Six Killed, Six Injured in Prey Veng Van Accident
  112. Man Sought in Rape, Murder of Mentally Ill Woman
  113. Opportunity Falls
  114. Phnom Penh-Ho Chi Minh Expressway Plan Moves Forward
  115. Firms Found Guilty of Illegal Copper Mining
  116. Against PM’s Advice, Jailed Anti-Drug Chief Is Released
  117. Official’s Son Jailed for Abetting Drug Use in Karaoke Parlor
  118. Amid Tensions Over Flopper, Governor Cancels Crossing Fee
  119. Gov’t Axed Plan to Link CNRP to Kem Ley’s Death: HRW
  120. Fifteen More Trafficked Maids Are Repatriated From Malaysia
  121. Country’s First University Speech Therapy Course Set for Enrollment
  122. Students From Around Region Combat Trash
  123. New Strawberry Farmers See Small-Scale Success in Pursat
  124. Secretary of State’s Son Arrested in Drug Raid on KTV Parlor
  125. Developer Might Buy White Building Units—if Gov’t Asks
  126. Rights Group Calls on Gov’t To Protect Migrant Workers
  127. Thousands of Cases of Illegal Fishing Found by Task Force
  128. Man Dreams of Flight With Airplane Built From Scratch, Scrap
  129. No Prisoner Talks While Rainsy Bites, CPP Says
  130. Sugar Company Worn Out by Empty Promises
  131. More Suspects Sought in Chinese Student Trafficking Investigation
  132. Evidence Stage Ends in Khmer Rouge Trial
  133. Road Crew Unearths Vishnu Statue in Kratie
  134. Cambodians Remit Millions From S Korea
  135. Weaving Past and Present Together With Civilized Sampots
  136. CNRP to Meet City Hall Over Latest TV Plans
  137. Congolese Pair Gets Eight Years for Laundering
  138. Gov’t to Give ‘Donations’ To Sister of Sex Worker
  139. Gov’t Reviewing US Repatriation Agreement
  140. Court Questions Party President Over Alleged Death Threat
  141. Prey Lang Carbon Study Moves Ahead
  142. Meas Muth Is Unfazed as Tribunal Investigation Concludes
  143. Witness Accuses Border Official of Acting in Poipet Flopper Case
  144. Hun Sen Visits Laos Dam Site, Again Promises Cheap Power
  145. Opposition Election Complaints Focus on Vietnamese Voters
  146. In Trial, No More Half-Days for Primary Pupils
  147. Resort Owner Questioned Over Beach Fire
  148. Killing Fields Bones Not Brought In, Expert Says at KR Tribunal
  149. Religion Minister Questioned Over Efforts to Promote Buddhism
  150. Some S’ville Beaches to Be Protected Areas
  151. Singaporean President Skirts Controversies Over Sand, Maids
  152. Rights Worker TerminatedAfter Surprise Defection
  153. Wildlife Sanctuaries Issued First Zoning Plans
  154. Black Monday Starts Again as Adhoc Officers Languish in Jail
  155. Provincial Governor Declares End to 10-Year Land Dispute
  156. Ministers Tell CPP Lawmaker to Return Stolen Land in Kandal
  157. Candidate Nominations Begin for Upcoming Commune Elections
  158. Block Residents Angry Over Delayed Land Titles
  159. Witnesses Called in Poipet for CNRP Official’s Assault Case
  160. Illegal Gold Miners in Court After Violence
  161. Bun Rany Granted Yet Another Honorary PhD
  162. Cambodian Industries Wary of Tax-Free Trade with Vietnam
  163. CPP Honors ‘Second Birth’; Sokha Visits Kem Ley’s Grave
  164. Military Looks to Project Softer Image With January 7 Games
  165. CPP Endorses Rights Worker as Its Candidate
  166. Drug Crackdown Nets More Than 650 People in First Week
  167. Paratrooper Falls to Death In Exercise
  168. Hopeful Fashion Students Trafficked to China to Work in Factory
  169. Police Arrest Seven for Theft, Murder; Four Still at Large
  170. Passenger Train Driver Blamed for Collision
  171. Leaked Letter Purports to Show CPP’s Bid to Divide CNRP
  172. Four Arrested in Years-Old Child Rape Case
  173. Police Ends Public Health Center’s Fee Collection
  174. Evoking the Past, Festival Presents Indian Lineage of Arts
  175. Slowing Rice Export Growth‘Worrisome’
  176. Fire Razes Five Minibar Shacks in Sihanoukville
  177. Paratrooper Falls to Death During Exercise
  178. CPP Agrees to Long-Awaited Meeting with CNRP—Later
  179. Social Anxiety
  180. Rise in Deadly Diabetes Hitting Poor the Hardest
  181. Rights Worker Reluctantly Resigns From Adhoc to Join CPP
  182. Police Probe Hack of VoterList Website
  183. Drug Center Plan Revives Deal With Tycoon
  184. Thai Drug Smuggler Receives Life Sentence
  185. Borei Keila Occupiers Given One Month to Vacate Building
  186. Preah Vihear Villagers Fend Off Sugar Company’s 10 Bulldozers
  187. Appeal Court Delays CNRP Senator’s Hearing
  188. Five Men Released Despite Logging Accusations
  189. Temple-Goers to Appeal to PM Over Statue Spat
  190. Suspect Arrested Over Throat-Slitting Murders
  191. Chinese Firm Unveils $3B Plan for Hotels in Capital, S’ville
  192. Minister Claims Land Disputes Over: ‘We Have Solved Them All’
  193. Sister of Drowned Sex Worker Seeks Justice
  194. Two Months On, SIM Card Crackdown Fizzles
  195. Army Convoy Trundles to Games to Commemorate January 7
  196. More Soldiers Depart for UN Mission
  197. Hundreds of Cameras Installed on City Roads
  198. Singapore Could Face Legal Action Over Sand Importation
  199. Tonle Sap Fishing Communities Cast Doubt Over Crackdown
  200. ‘Breaking the System Is Not Bad’: Artist Paints for Freedom
  201. Judge Releases Owner of Money Kiosk Accused of Stealing $1M
  202. Union Set to Gather in Memory of Chea Vichea
  203. Preliminary Voter Lists Made Available to Public
  204. Landmine Injuries Dip Below 100 for First Time
  205. Quiet Affair Marks Anniversary of Veng Sreng
  206. Evictees Met With Violence on Anniversary
  207. Surrogates Seized in Philippines
  208. No Search for Missing Woman’s Body in River: Guard Chief
  209. Rights Worker to Run as CPP Commune Chief Candidate
  210. Woman Accused of Acid Attack on Ex-Boyfriend, His Fiancee
  211. Forestry, Military Officials at Odds Over Legality of Seized Timber
  212. Repatriated Maid Accuses Malaysian Employer of Raping Her
  213. Men Admit Using Fake Passports for Laundering
  214. Koh Kong Protesters Submit Petitions to Hun Sen
  215. Worker Arrested for Beating Foreman to Death
  216. First Large-Scale Marine Fish Farm in Works
  217. Governor Blasted for Skipping Land Meeting
  218. LOY NAS: Cambodia Considers Adopting Vanity Car Plates
  219. Sex Worker Missing in River After Fleeing Security Guards
  220. No Sign of Investigation Into Timber Trafficking Tied to Try Pheap
  221. Illegal Timber Transporters Linked to Singaporean Plantation
  222. Migrants Urged to Watch Their Health
  223. Military Officer Dies in Central African Republic
  224. Concern Over Slow Growth of Angkor Visitors
  225. New Year Crackdown on Drugs Sees 71 Arrests
  226. Evictees Plan Occupation on 5th Anniversary
  227. Two Rice Farmers Charged for Raping Teenager
  228. National Museum to Show First Zero Inscription
  229. Optimism Over Release of Adhoc Prisoners Proves Premature
  230. Hopes, Doubts as Environmental Code Finalized
  231. Gov’t IDs 3 Suspects Over Photoshopped Porn Image of King
  232. Journalists Accused of Extorting Trader Linked to Try Pheap
  233. Five Airlines Hope to Fly in Cambodia Soon
  234. New Year’s Brings Wishes of Good Luck and a Fair Election
  235. Ex-Girlfriend Charged With Selling $2M of German Man’s Land
  236. Two Murdered, One Injured in Home Invasion in Siem Reap City
  237. Grenade Murder-Suicide Kills Uncle, Nephew
  238. Chinese Firm to Build 133-Story Twin Towers
  239. Lawyer Convicted for Bribery Still at Large
  240. Mosque Road Splits Imam and Worshippers
  241. Murder, Buried
  242. Facebook in Frenzy Over Surveillance Footage
  243. Divorced Women More Likely to Report Abuse
  244. Border Closed as Poipet Protesters Detained
  245. Minister Warns NGO Over Brick Kilns Report
  246. Health Minister Evades Tough Questions at Plenary Session
  247. Court Upholds Sentence Over Facebook ‘Color Revolution’
  248. Senior Diplomat Takes Thailand Post in Shakeup
  249. Governors Warned Over Illicit Fishing
  250. Supreme Court Clerk Found Guilty of Corruption