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  1. Two Arrested After Ax Murder of Moneylender
  2. Cambodia Reduces Hunger, Meeting UN Goal
  3. City Hall Bans Khmer Krom Ceremony in Freedom Park
  4. Police Still Guarding Poipet Customs Office After Clash
  5. CNRP Calls for Swift Replacement of NEC Secretary-General
  6. Gov’t ‘Fed Up’ With Montagnards: Spokesman
  7. Fine Arts University Slated for Relocation
  8. $25M BHP Fine Excludes Cambodia Allegations
  9. Appeal Court Upholds Convictions Against KPPM ‘Terrorists’
  10. Cambodian Soldiers Commemorated in World War I Exhibition
  11. Four Teens Arrested Over Alleged Gang Rape
  12. Ukraine Politician Rape Case Dropped
  13. Bunong Threaten to Fell Firm’s Rubber Trees
  14. Woman Jailed for Attempted $1.5M Bank Fraud
  15. Striking Garment Workers Ordered Back to Work
  16. Civil Party Recounts Brutality of Khmer Rouge at January 1 Dam
  17. Reporters Vow to Defy Order to Cease Gathering
  18. Three Clinics Closed, Four Arrested in B’bang
  19. Another 59 Fishermen Waiting For Repatriation From Indonesia
  20. Ex-Court Director’s Bodyguard Accused of Giving Judges Orders
  21. Arbitration Body Receives First Complaint
  22. CNRP Calls for Investigation Into Poipet Melee
  23. Ostap Doroshenko Transferred to Work in Capital
  24. Australia Sets Aside $12.1M
  25. CNRP Activist Recounts Day of ‘Insurrection’ at Trial
  26. Global Fund, Gov’t to Continue Probe Into Bribes
  27. Gov’t Building Tech Institute in Kompong Speu
  28. Cyber Law to Protect Gov’t Honor, Ministry Says
  29. Man Questioned Over Body Found in Bag in Trash
  30. Indonesia Seeks Arrest of Kandal Casino Employees
  31. Conservation Programme Manager
  32. Program Administration Assistant
  33. Ezecom to Build $80M Undersea Internet Cable
  34. Military Police Open Fire at Poipet City Demonstration
  35. Lawmaker Opens Door to Talks on NGO Law
  36. Court Hears 3 Chinese Charged With Trafficking
  37. Wanted for Arrest, Bavet City Penal Police Chief Still on the Job
  38. Interior Ministry Deports Another Polonsky Associate
  39. Men Gun Down Woman, 32, on Motorbike
  40. Two Men Arrested Over Separate Sex Crimes
  41. Police Suspect Man Murdered for His Camry
  42. Teenager Arrested for Classroom Attack on Peer
  43. Three Years On, Still No Justice for Girl Shot Dead by Soldier
  44. Writer Malraux’s Pivotal Indochina Years Revisited
  45. Man Charged With Murder for Clubbing Teen Monk to Death
  46. American Arrested for Abusing Underage Girls in Phnom Penh
  47. Investigation Opened After Body Stuffed Into Bag Found in Trash
  48. China Donates Heavy Weaponry to Military
  49. Nearly 400 Families to Receive Land
  50. Student Mock Parliament Sends NGO Law Back
  51. Police Arrest Two, Seize 2.5 Kg Of Meth in Separate Drug Busts
  52. Minister Backs Legal Action Over Online Insults
  53. EU Calls for Transparent Electoral Reforms
  54. Child-Welfare NGO Boss Guilty of Abusing Boys
  55. One Arrested, Three On Run After Prison Escape
  56. Communities Unite Over Land Rows in Siem Reap
  57. Three More of Polonsky’s Associates Deported to Moscow
  58. After Crash, Travel Allowances for Textile Workers in Spotlight
  59. Woman Sentenced to 12 Years for Beating Stepson to Death
  60. Gov’t Requests Legal Action Against Social Media Users
  61. Cambodia Could Shelter Stranded Migrants: PM
  62. UN Continues Campaign Against Draft NGO Law
  63. Underwater Deminers Pull First Bomb From Deep
  64. Death Toll in Svay Rieng Garment Worker Crash Rises to 19
  65. Labor Ministry Denies Agreement to Send Workers to Qatar
  66. Striking Workers Blame Rival Union Leader for Attack; 4 Arrested
  67. UN Rebuked Over Letter on Draft NGO Law
  68. Three Arrested, Drugs Seized In Cambodia-Laos Operation
  69. Family of Four Killed as Fire Destroys Phnom Penh Home
  70. Families Plan to Occupy Vattanac Land Over Houses
  71. Cambodia Approves Resettlement of 4 Refugees
  72. Foreign Minister Hits Back Over Border Dispute
  73. Cambodia Approves Resettlement of Four Refugees in Australia Deal
  74. Squid Inc.
  75. Man Brutally Killed Protecting Cassava, Police Say
  76. Teachers Return to Class After Pay Dispute Strike
  77. General Tells Court He Murdered Wife, Daughter
  78. Court Charges Bus Driver Over Deadly Garment Worker Crash
  79. Hun Sen Says Government Bodies Engage in Irregular Spending
  80. Municipal Court Tries General, Parents on Weapons Charges
  81. The Eerie and Absurd Combine in Day of Anger
  82. Witness Tells KRT of Playing ‘Deaf and Dumb’
  83. Official’s Son Sentenced Over Rock Shooting
  84. Facebook Users May Face Charges, Gov’t Says
  85. Hun Sen Renews Threat to Strip Kem Sokha of Assembly Post
  86. Hun Sen Says He Bet 5,000 Riel on Boxing, Not $5,000
  87. Freedom Park Protesters Deny ‘Insurrection’
  88. Lecturers Walk Out Over Unpaid Bonuses
  89. Three More Associates of Polonsky Arrested
  90. Opposition and NGOs Call for Transparent National Budget
  91. Program Promotes Living Off Forests, Without Felling Trees
  92. Police Say Indonesian Workers Moved to Guesthouse
  93. Head-On Crash Kills 17 Factory Workers, Driver
  94. Cambodians Set to Join Qatar’s World Cup Workforce
  95. More Than 20 Garment Workers Killed in Crash
  96. Government Rejects Petition to Remove Banlung City Governor
  97. Carpenter Charged in Fatal Beating; Soldier Remains at Large
  98. Villagers Protest at National Assembly Over Land Disputes
  99. Foreigners Sentenced Over $15K Fake Rupees
  100. Indonesian Charged for Casino Theft
  101. KRT Witness Says Saw Cadre’s Bloody Knives
  102. Eleven of 96 Chinese Construction Workers Return Home
  103. Kem Sokha Claims Forces Working to Split CNRP
  104. Polonsky Camp Accuses Cambodia of Rights Abuses
  105. Self-Exiled Political Activist Returns After King Grants Pardon
  106. Landless Families Promised Plots on Kampot Site
  107. Pich Tum Kravel, Actor, Arts Patron, Dies at 71
  108. Russian Tycoon Sergei Polonsky Deported
  109. Tourists’ Temple Antics Prompt ‘Code of Conduct’
  110. Construction Worker Arrested for Fatal Beating; Soldier at Large
  111. Ninety-Five Chinese Construction Workers Protesting to Go Home
  112. Indonesian Worker Wanted Over $161K Theft at Kandal Casino
  113. National Police Mark 70th Anniversary With Paper Launch
  114. Journalist Will Only Appear at ECCC If Foreign Leaders Will
  115. Activist Threatens Protests Against Minister
  116. Fugitive Sergei Polonsky Deported to Russia
  117. Thirty-One Vietnamese Deported as Census Continues
  118. Two Men Killed in Head-On Car Crash
  119. CNRP Wants Foreign Minister Summoned Over Border Row
  120. Fugitive Polonsky Arrested, Facing Deportation
  121. No Closure for US Veterans, Family in Mayaguez Incident
  122. Kem Sokha Meets With HIV-Infected Villagers in B’bang
  123. Journalist Again Asked to Testify at Tribunal
  124. Meta House Hosts Gay Pride Film Festival
  125. National Police Celebrate 70-Year Anniversary
  126. Breaking Bread
  127. Activists Decry US Deportation of Cambodians
  128. Rights Group Denies Minister’s Accusations
  129. Nauru Volunteers Still Waiting for Gov’t OK
  130. Send Rohingya to Cambodia: Malaysian Minister
  131. Woman Admits to Killing Man, Stealing Baby
  132. After Riverbank Collapse, Vattanac a No Show
  133. Brothers Die in Crash During Wood Transport
  134. Military Police Seize Marijuana, Torch Plants
  135. Prey Long Activists Return Home After Being Blocked
  136. Lawmaker Calls for Ouster Of Banlung City Governor
  137. Aeon Hopes to Open 2nd Mall in Phnom Penh
  138. Private Universities Say Gov’t Assessments Coming Too Soon
  139. NEC Establishes Body to Oversee Creation of New Voter List
  140. Website Owner Nabbed Over Pornographic Links
  141. Kidnapped Baby Rescued; Woman Arrested
  142. PM Dubs S Korea and Cambodia ‘Countries-in-Law’
  143. Man Rapes, Murders Neighbor in Takeo Province
  144. Ministry Orders Two Agencies to Repay Workers
  145. Controversial City Land Swaps Finished, Governor Announces
  146. King Sihamoni Blessed Ahead of 62nd Birthday Celebrations
  147. Fear Remains Pervasive for Montagnard Refugees
  148. Tourists Deported Over Naked Temple Pics
  149. Refugee Office Finishes Vetting Nauru Volunteers
  150. Self-Exiled Political Activist Pardoned, to Return
  151. Looted Statue Officially Returned to Cambodia
  152. Kandal Man Accused of Killing Stepfather Flees
  153. After Drinking Tainted Water, 50 Hospitalized
  154. ‘Ice’ Seized, 3 Arrested in Laos Border Operation
  155. Activist Group to Travel to Disputed Border Plot
  156. US Vets Revisit Site of Vietnam War’s Last Battle
  157. Council Clears Court to Hear Case Against Mu Sochua
  158. Monitoring, Evaluation and Knowledge Management Advisor
  159. Short-Term Consultancy
  160. Multiple vacancies
  161. Consultant
  162. Enslaved Fishermen Return to Cambodia After Lengthy Ordeal
  163. Mu Sochua Silent During Court Questioning
  164. Hun Sen Says CNRP Calls for ‘Change’ Fulfilled
  165. Tourists in Court for Naked Photos at Temple
  166. Bittersweet End Nears for Embattled Land Dispute Family
  167. Somaly Mam Appeals to Local Television Audience for Funds
  168. Kompong Cham Woman Charged With Human Trafficking
  169. Woman Stands Trial in Beating Death of Stepson
  170. Corrupt Police Chief Handed Short Sentence, $1.35M Penalty
  171. Evictees Want Land Back From Nixed Sugar Farms
  172. Police Seeking Man Accused of Raping 11-Year-Old
  173. Activist Monk Booted Out of Pagoda in Phnom Penh
  174. Officials Tell Owner to Hire New Construction Firm
  175. Holocaust Museum to Show Khmer Rouge Exhibits
  176. Court Seeking Identity of Rosewood-Smuggling RCAF Soldier
  177. No Day in Court for Drunk, Trigger-Happy Military Officer
  178. National Police Newspaper to Launch First Issue on Saturday
  179. US Museum Returns Hanuman Statue to Cambodia
  180. Rescued Slaves to Return From Indonesia Today
  181. CPP Reverses Order to Monitor CNRP Speeches
  182. Kep Cook-Off
  183. Despite Focus on Tourism, Cambodia Still Struggles to Compete
  184. Film Shows Indochina Through Colonizers’ Eyes
  185. Parties Agree to Code of Conduct for ‘Culture of Dialogue’
  186. Cambodian Red Cross Raises $13 Million in Fundraiser
  187. Mob Attacks Police After He Attempts to Flee Traffic Accident
  188. Teacher Dies In University Laboratory Blaze
  189. Cadre Tells of Brutal, Autonomous KR Chiefs
  190. Hope for Trauma Survivors in Testimony Therapy
  191. Hotels Warned Over Pumping Sewage Into Sea
  192. CNRP Urges Police to Find Motive in Activist’s Murder
  193. Secret Draft of NGO Law Arrives at Council of Ministers
  194. Ministry Promises Punishment For Judges Who Act Arbitrarily
  195. Amid Safety Risks After Riverbank Collapse, Families Move Out
  196. Police Stop Workers from Taking Petition to Japanese Embassy
  197. After Raids, Police Hunt Owner of Forest Furniture Workshops
  198. Tribunal Witness Tells of Targeted Killing by Khmer Rouge
  199. Farmers Told to Stop Farming on Vietnam Land
  200. Ministry Set to Resume University Assessments
  201. National Red Cross Compromised by CPP Alliance
  202. Police Seize Wildlife Meat and Rescue Birds
  203. Pursat Police Searching For Marijuana Farmer
  204. Buried Landmine Kills Farmer Riding a Tractor in Battambang
  205. Ministry to Assist Vietnam With Chinese Gun Smuggling Case
  206. Police Search for Prisoner Who Fled From Hospital
  207. CPP Orders Officials to Monitor CNRP Speeches
  208. For the Royal Oxen, It’s Back to Beans and Corn
  209. Siem Reap Families Kept Out of PM’s Land Deal
  210. Foreign Minister Says Land in Dispute Vietnam’s
  211. Tourist Police Work Nights to Tackle Petty Crime
  212. Cambodia Needs to Learn From the Harsh Lesson of Nepal
  213. American Gets 2 Years for Sexually Assaulting
  214. 3 Vietnamese Loggers Charged; Raid Nets 5 More
  215. Commission Questions Minister Over Mega-Project in Koh Kong
  216. Pop Star Demi Lovato Draws Thousands to Koh Pich
  217. Rescued Fishermen to Return Home Next Week
  218. Drug Arrests Spike in First Four Months of Year
  219. City Kids’ ‘Survival Gap’ Among World’s Worst
  220. Official Threatens Arrests Over Workshops: Adhoc
  221. Stolen Oudong Relics to Be Returned Next Year
  222. Police Chief Calls for End to Impunity For Rich Kids
  223. Hun Sen Slams ‘Fight of the Century’ Decision
  224. Three Vietnamese Arrested Smuggling Timber Across Border
  225. PM Appoints Stalwart to Monitor ‘Culture of Dialogue’
  226. Firm Blamed Over Loss of 5 Homes in Collapse
  227. Senior Muslim Leader Rejects Opposition’s Call for Elections
  228. After CPP Scolding, Rong Chhun Reminded to Remain Neutral
  229. After Long Wait, Families From ‘Bird’s Nest’ Begin Move
  230. Interior Ministry Officials Meet to Discuss Foreigners’ Safety
  231. Two Men Charged Over Fatal Robbery in Svay Rieng Province
  232. Gov’t Urged to Continue Negotiating NGO Law
  233. Two Repairmen Killed After Air Conditioner Explodes at Casino
  234. Proposed NGO Law Is a Main Test for ‘Culture of Dialogue’
  235. Stung Treng Families Accept New Land to Leave Dam Site
  236. In Tour of East, CNRP Tones Down Recent Attacks on Ruling CPP
  237. Pacquiao’s Defeat Spawns Conspiracy Theories
  238. CNRP TV to Sell 3,000 Shares at Offering This Month
  239. Interior Ministry Urges Security Firms to Hire Ex-Police Officers
  240. Company Compensates Families of
  241. Election Body Weighs Action After Member Attends Rally
  242. Boy Killed, Three Injured in UXO Explosion
  243. Probe Into Ousted Court Director Stalled
  244. Gov’t Blocking Montagnard Refugees from Asylum Process
  245. Nepal Earthquake Survivor Recounts Terror of Disaster
  246. Cambodian Wins Major Contemporary Art Prize
  247. Artist Explores ‘Rotten’ Core of Cambodia Through Sculpture
  248. Animal Welfare Again in Spotlight at Zoos Owned by Official
  249. Global Show
  250. Moving Tales