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  1. Government Proposes New Drug Rehabilitation Centers
  2. US Denies Government Request for New Repatriation Agreement
  3. Preah Sihanouk Government Land Swap Gets Axed
  4. Military Police Arrest Farmer Over Fatal Ax Attack
  5. Ministers Meet Displaced Families Seeking Return
  6. No Place Left for the Poor in Sihanoukville
  7. Child Labor, Debt Bondage Still Rife at Brick Kilns
  8. Guilty Verdicts Bring Epic Fraud Case to End
  9. Tortured Boy on Slow Path of Moving On
  10. ‘Do Not Ask,’ Official Says Of Promoted Bodyguards
  11. Ministry Plans to Fix Potholes, Develop Public Transport
  12. Stepfather Sought in Suspicious Death of Infant
  13. Life Sentences for Three Marijuana Traffickers
  14. Prosecutor Asks Public to ‘Stay Quiet’ on Poipet Flopper
  15. Five Suspects Charged Over Ecstasy Haul in Sihanoukville
  16. Tonle Sap Crackdown Snags Gear, Frees Fish
  17. Domestic Tourism Nearly Doubles in 10 Years
  18. New Tax Sticker Aims To Prevent Illegal Imports
  19. Man Suspected of Murdering Ex-Wife’s Lover on Run
  20. Court Closes Investigation Into Murder of Analyst Kem Ley
  21. Court Finds British Businessman and Associates Guilty
  22. Traffic Deaths, Accidents Down; Fines Top $5 Million
  23. Conservationists Concerned as Code Allows Wildlife Farming
  24. School Head Suspended After Teaching Staff Files Complaint
  25. Judgment Day for British Businessman Fryett
  26. Soldiers Charged With Abetting Timber Smugglers in Preah Vihear
  27. Debit and ATM Cards Slated for Use in Shops
  28. Three Men Confess to Gang Rape of Woman
  29. NGO to Conduct Own Probe Into Poipet Flopper Case
  30. Police Searching for Gang Of Seven Armed Robbers
  31. Dolphins Keep Calving Despite Dam, Dynamite
  32. Boeng Kak New Year’s Blowout Draws Ire
  33. Jail Time Piles Up for Sam Rainsy
  34. Gov’t Asks For ‘Correct’ Evaluation From EU
  35. CNRP President Sam Rainsy Sentenced to a Further Five Years in Prison
  36. Imams Reluctantly Back New Road Near Phnom Penh Mosque
  37. Five Foreigners Arrested for Dealing Ecstasy in Sihanoukville
  38. Footballer Honda Opens Academy in Capital
  39. Farmers Refuse to Go Home Without Solution
  40. Sihanoukville Seeks Chinese Appeal as Airport Expands
  41. Workers Repatriated From Malaysia After Complaints
  42. Roommate Hacked to Death Over Dirty Dishes
  43. Salmonella Fears Spark Ban on Potato Chip Brand
  44. Foreign NGOs Reveal Escalating Pressure
  45. CNRP Wants Charge Over Poipet Flopper Re-Examined
  46. No License Needed for Small-Engine Motorbikes—Officially
  47. Release of ‘Political Prisoners’ Uncertain, CPP and CNRP Say
  48. Singapore Set for Influx of Cambodian Maids
  49. Thy Sovantha Splits From Fellow Provocateurs
  50. Offensive Image of King Sparks Investigation
  51. Thousands Flock to Sea Festival in Sihanoukville
  52. Man Arrested Over Forged Vehicle Documents
  53. Police Hunt for Man Suspected of Killing Wife
  54. Authorities Measure Illegal Timber Seized at Depot
  55. CNRP Official Charged After Police Charade
  56. Gov’t, NGOs Dispute Detention Of Rights Worker, Filmmakers
  57. Hun Sen Asks Trump to Cancel War-Era Debt of $300 Million
  58. Khmerry Christmas
  59. Tensions Flare Up Over Mosque Road Plans
  60. Survey Links Alcohol Ads to Teen Drinking
  61. Supreme Court Hears ‘Color Revolution’ Facebook Case
  62. Opposition Official Held Over Murky Incident
  63. One Killed, Dozens Injured in Separate Crashes
  64. Court of Appeal Upholds CNRP Lawmaker’s Prison Term
  65. Minister Won’t Face Questions on Kem Ley
  66. Government Outlines Multipronged Approach to Fight Drug Use
  67. Land Certificates Arrive at White Building; Titles Years Off
  68. Auctions of Illegal Timber Back for Good, Government Says
  69. Foreign Aid Drops in Latest OECD Update
  70. British Man, Cambodians Sentenced for Dealing Meth
  71. Former Culture Minister, NEC Chair Dies Aged 86
  72. Health Center Official Arrested for Selling Meth
  73. Police Arrest Two Men in Separate Family Rape Cases
  74. Angkorian Artifact Dealer Arrested in New York
  75. Ivory Importer at Large as Another Two Tons Intercepted
  76. Life Sentence for Killer of Defense Official
  77. Sar Kheng Targeted for Questioning On Kem Ley
  78. Seized Logs Held More Than a Ton of Ivory
  79. Officials Plan Land Swap In Preah Sihanouk
  80. Interior Minister Says Anti-Trafficking Support Insufficient
  81. With Interviews Concluded, 13 Montagnards Return to Vietnam
  82. Deputy PM Wants Cooperation On Cambodia’s Land—Or Else
  83. Developers Look to Suburbs for New Housing Decision
  84. Letter to the Editor: Daring to Discuss a Transition of Power Here in Cambodia
  85. Letter to the Editor: Sam Rainsy Postures From Overseas as His Party Falls Apart
  86. Man Charged for Murder of Wife and 2-Year-Old Son
  87. Cambodian, Thai Officials Investigate Casino Murder
  88. Interior Minister Wants Special Jail for Drug Offenders
  89. Kampot Father Confesses to Raping Young Daughter
  90. Pagoda Chief Says Protesters Turned Away Under Gov’t ‘Threat’
  91. Rape Cases Break With Trend of Families Staying Silent
  92. China Donates $11M in Vehicles and Office Equipment for Elections
  93. Minors Rescued From Massage Parlor Brothel
  94. Acleda Bank Files Defamation Action Against Government Official
  95. Farmers Protest in Phnom Penh Against Sugarcane Plantations
  96. Major Travel Expo Announced for Next Year
  97. Hun Sen Visits Hanoi With Plans for Increased Cooperation
  98. Old Anti-Tank Mine Explodes and Injures 2 in Battambang
  99. Kandal Market Chief Summoned Over Vendor Fees
  100. Luxury Wood Found at Furniture Depot in Kompong Speu
  101. Released Murderer Arrested in Woman’s Homicide
  102. Railway Villages in Line to Be Paved Over
  103. UN Rights Office Signs New Deal With Government
  104. Among Foreign Pundits, a Lonely Fan of CPP
  105. Ivory Worth Millions Uncovered After Bust
  106. Work Starts on Controversial Road Beside City Mosque
  107. Government Dismisses Concerns as Farmers Boycott Land Law Meeting
  108. Black Monday Activists Cease Protests, For Now
  109. Terrorist Claims Brother Was Poisoned in Prison
  110. Car Chase Nabs Killer Of Wife, 2-Year-Old
  111. Navy Stages Annual Drills, Adding Live Ammunition
  112. One Dead, One Injured in Sand Dredging Accident
  113. Man Sought After Allegedly Killing Estranged Wife
  114. Cooking Up Cambodia’s First Chef School
  115. Clock Ticking For UN’s Rights Office
  116. Thy Sovantha Denies Posting Kem Sokha Threats on Facebook
  117. CPP Touts Populist Policies at Party
  118. Logs Serve as Coffins for Ivory and Tiger Bone Stash
  119. Rainsy Threatens to ‘Crush’ Election Holdouts; Analysts Scoff
  120. Cambodian Scholar Becomes Country’s First ‘Sanskritist’
  121. Widower Grilled in Deadly Breast Implant Case; Owner at Large
  122. New Force Given Helicopters To Help Patrol Illegal Fishing
  123. Dozing on Tracks, Man Run Over by Train in Takeo
  124. Unions Ask Government to Drop Fines From Draft Wage Law
  125. Woman Dies Following Injection for Stomach Ache
  126. Sweeping Film Views Cambodia From on High
  127. Showing Strength
  128. Eviction Notice
  129. Imprisoned Surrogacy Broker Is Innocent, Son Says
  130. Truck Collision Leaves 29 Garment Workers Injured
  131. Protesters Call for Release of Imprisoned Activist Tep Vanny
  132. Kem Ley Murder Video Sought in US Court
  133. UFO Cult Struggles to Recruit New Followers
  134. NGO Highlights Three Top Government Reforms of 2016
  135. Marijuana Traffickers Put Blame on ‘Mr. James’
  136. For Car Buyers, Stickers Add Extra Pizzazz
  137. Three Men Get Life for Murdering Gambling Den Owner
  138. Security Firms, Casinos to Face Tighter Oversight
  139. Five Dealers in Drug Trafficking Ring Are Sentenced
  140. Still Taking a Cut
  141. Internet Passes TV as Go-To News Source
  142. Amid Building Boom, Safety Left Dangling
  143. Drills Highlight Deepest Chinese Military Ties in Decades
  144. $70M High-Speed Undersea Internet Cable Almost Done
  145. Brother of KNLF Leader Dies in Prey Sar Prison
  146. Unions Anxious of Draft Wage Law Ahead of Government Meeting
  147. Protected Forests Are Still Being Plundered, Activists Claim
  148. Government Orders Statue Removal, Despite Approval
  149. Duterte Draws Ire Over Attire in King Meeting
  150. Siem Reap Bar Owner Guilty Of Sexually Abusing Children
  151. Ministry Claims ‘No Irregularity’ in Huge Sand Export Gap
  152. Pacquiao to Return, Train Cambodian Boxers
  153. Byzantine Biofuel Fraud Case Draws To a Close
  154. CNRP Urges Patience as NEC Official’s Verdict Gets Upheld
  155. Witness, Tribunal Struggle to Number Remains
  156. Gender-Based Violence Data Monitoring System Set Up
  157. No Probe Into Sokha Threats Without Complaint, Ministry Says
  158. World Bank Warns Assembly of Economic Risks
  159. Researchers Explore Khmer Memories Linking Past to Present
  160. Kem Sokha on First Trip Abroad Since Royal Pardon
  161. Rice Farmer Discovers Pre-Angkorian Statue in Field
  162. Man Confesses to Raping 7-Year-Old Granddaughter
  163. Rice Wine Testing Uncovers High Levels of Methanol
  164. Duterte Inks Deals, Wins Hearts in Capital
  165. Gov’t Gears Up for Push Against Drugs
  166. Blackmail Led to Leaked Toddler Torture Videos, Police Say
  167. In Cambodia, Adventure Tourism Finds Its Niche
  168. Motorbike Buyers Need to Pass Road Safety Quiz, Minister Says
  169. Research Uncovers Regime’s Kill Methods, Tribunal Hears
  170. Women’s Affairs Ministry to Complete Surrogacy Law
  171. CNRP Activist Quizzed Over Vietnamese Voting Claims
  172. Reward Increased for Location of Murder Suspect
  173. Police Question Brick-Slinging Wedding Partygoers
  174. Cambodia to Head Unesco Heritage Protection Group
  175. SUV With Military Plates Caught Smuggling Timber
  176. Duterte Defends Bloody Drug War on Arrival
  177. Police Pay Off Family Over Fatal Beating
  178. Dentists Protest Private Clinics for Nurses
  179. Sordid Tales of Evictions, Development Laid Bare in Study
  180. PM Agrees to Questioning of Ministers of Health, Mines
  181. Closing Arguments Begin in Yearslong Biofuel Fraud Case
  182. No Signs of Investigation Into Sokha Threats
  183. Chamber to Open Hubs Abroad to Boost Ties
  184. A Year on, Government Says Malaysia Maids Deal Close
  185. Witness Cites Memory Loss, Tells Tribunal Of Rebellion
  186. Cambodia Set for UK Royal’s Award for Traffic Safety
  187. Three Weeks Later, No Arrests in Fatal Surgery Case
  188. Filipinos Protest Duterte’s War on Drugs, Briefly
  189. Authorities Demand All Surrogates Step Forward
  190. Local Voices Turn to Jazz for Authentic Notes
  191. Police Hunting for Commune Police Chief After Hit-and-Run
  192. Soldiers Accuse a Vietnamese Instructor of Attempted Rape
  193. Producer of Methanol-Tainted Wine That Killed 15 Is Charged
  194. Court Upholds Guilty Verdict Against Tycoon
  195. Human Rights Day Goes Off Without a Hitch or a March
  196. Police Find 49 Videos of Man Torturing Boy
  197. Threats, Guns Enter Crusade Against Kem Sokha
  198. Preparations for Potential Pacquiao Visit in Works
  199. Heedless Motorists Blamed for Train Crash
  200. Military Police Offer Reward for Murder Suspect
  201. PM Says No Fees for Small-Scale Vendors
  202. Logging Task Force to Widen Scope of Investigations
  203. Two Released, One Detained Over Tainted Wine
  204. Whitewash
  205. New Center to Bring Biogas to Industrial Scale
  206. Father Charged in Rape of 13-Year-Old Daughter
  207. Singapore Silent Amid Sand Smuggling Claims
  208. Imprisoned Senator Testifies at Rainsy Facebook Post Trial
  209. Protesters Anticipate Human Rights Day Clash
  210. US Expatriate’s Body Found Near Koh Pich
  211. Pedophile Sentenced to 22 Years in US
  212. Alleged Killer Blames Actions on Violent Movies
  213. Two More Die From Tainted Funeral Wine, 40 in Hospital
  214. Dutchman Charged in Child Torture Case Denies Accusations
  215. Authorities Eager to Demolish Tilting Villa
  216. In Candidates, CPP Seeks Youth; CNRP Wants Unity
  217. Man Accused of Killing 3-Year-Old Daughter
  218. Mail Online Bases False News on Child Torture Case
  219. Robbers Get 20 Years for Killing Moto-Taxi Driver
  220. Tycoon Charged in Fraud Over Police Offices Swap
  221. Commune Chief Freed, More Pardons to Come
  222. Tainted Rice Wine At Funerals Kills 13
  223. Dutchman to Be Charged in Connection With Child Torture
  224. Assembly Wants Answers From Mines Minister
  225. US Man Presumed Dead After Tonle Sap Fall
  226. Lawyer Denies Trying to Bribe Judge on Behalf of His Client
  227. Military Official, Three Others Charged Over Illegal Logging
  228. Military Officer Charged Over Impersonation of Hun Manet
  229. Court Grills Convicted Boeng Kak Activists About Tep Vanny
  230. Primates and Bushmeat Seized From Stung Treng City Market
  231. Filipino Leader Duterte to Visit Cambodia Next Week
  232. ‘Catch Up With History’ or Perish, Witness Recalls
  233. With Rainsy Out, Sokha Takes Helm at Assembly
  234. Suspected Child Torturer Captured In Vietnam
  235. CNRP Says Adhoc Prisoners Set to Be Freed
  236. After Sentencing, Former Dissidents Still Praise Ruling CPP
  237. Villagers Allege Tycoon Burned Down Spirit Forest
  238. Activists Alarmed After PM Promotes Don Sahong
  239. Clinic Owner on the Run Amid Slow Probe Into Fatal Surgery
  240. Adhoc Officers, Election Official, Commune Chief to Be Released, CNRP Says
  241. CPP Praise Doesn’t Save KNLF Members From Guilty Verdict
  242. Freedom Park May Move North of City, Hun Sen Says
  243. Health Minister Under Fire Over ‘Irregularities’
  244. Medical Staff to Be Trained to Respond to Domestic Violence
  245. Official, Driver Accused Of Fleeing Hit-And-Run
  246. With HIV Rates Declining, Drug Treatment Funding Shrinks
  247. Homegrown Commune Police Officers Wanted
  248. Immigration Chief Disobeyed Order Over Hawking Condos
  249. Messenger Tells Tribunal of Purge in Northwest
  250. CPP to Hold Congress This Month to Prepare for Elections