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  1. Police Crack Down on Robbers on Motorbikes
  2. Husband Arrested Over Wife’s Alleged Murder
  3. Child Torture Videos Lead to Three Arrests
  4. Im Chaem’s Case Sent to Judges at Khmer Rouge Tribunal
  5. Five-Year Sentence for Chief in Sokha Case
  6. With Sokha Pardon, What’s in It for Hun Sen?
  7. Immigration Officials Hawk Condo Project
  8. Cuban-Trained Doctors Remember Castro’s Communism
  9. Villagers Block Road as State Evictions Begin
  10. Official Caught Smuggling Gold Into Vietnam
  11. Military Police Investigate Company Over Illegal Timber
  12. NGO: Airline Verifications Just ‘Routine Checks’
  13. Khmer Rouge
  14. Ministry to Conduct Inspections Over Sand Dredging
  15. Deported PI to Be Moved Between Australian States
  16. Cambodia Takes Another Gold Medal in Madagascar
  17. Sokha to Replace Rainsy in Parliamentary Position
  18. Hun Sen Rips Into US Ambassador at New Factory Opening
  19. Kem Sokha Back Home After Royal Pardon
  20. No Evidence of Child Labor at Brick Factories, Gov’t Says
  21. PM Deals ‘Strong Blow’ to West as Human Rights Day Begins
  22. Land Management Officials Flood White Building
  23. Popular Monk Sam Bunthoeun Cremated 14 Years After Death
  24. African NGO Pair Hassled On Way to Cambodia
  25. Nine Suspects Nabbed After Trouser Truck Heist Attempt
  26. Thousands Attend Chea Sim’s Remembrance Event
  27. Thailand Deports Australian Man Freed by Cambodia
  28. Vagabond Arrested for Molesting a 3-Year-Old Girl
  29. Family Sought After Fire Burns Down 12 Buildings
  30. Police Arrest 7 Vietnamese Fishermen in Siem Reap
  31. Airline Looks to Chinese Tourists With New Craft
  32. Quality Control
  33. Tale Follows Overworn Path But Emerges With True Heart
  34. Kem Sokha Pardoned, But Next Step Unknown
  35. Siem Reap Wants to Wean Tourists From Bottled Water Habit
  36. Guppy Fish Making a Splash in Dengue Fever Prevention
  37. Adhoc President Wins Human Rights Award While in Exile
  38. Construction Worker Crushed by Collapsed Ceiling
  39. Unrecorded Rapes Prevent ‘Access to Justice’
  40. Kem Sokha Granted Royal Pardon at Hun Sen’s Request
  41. Brick Factories Built on Illegal Child Labor, Debt Bondage
  42. PM Rebuffs Governor’s Proposal to Ban Imports of Used Cars
  43. Unesco Adds Chapei Dang Veng to Heritage List
  44. Shelters Opened For Migrants In South Korea
  45. Beer, Sex and Violence:
  46. Photojournalist’s Unwavering Lens Captured Wartime Suffering
  47. Tribunal Hears of Plot Between Sao Phim and Heng Samrin
  48. $1.5B Project Inked at China Business Forum
  49. Police Nab Mechanic for Acid Attack on Wife Over Jealousy
  50. Grenade Trap Discovered on Cambodian-Thai Border
  51. Carrying a Stranger’s Child Through an Uncertain Time
  52. Government Institutes $20 Koh Rong Fare
  53. Disgraced Ambassador Gets Five Years in Prison
  54. Voter Registration Ends With 81% Enrollment
  55. As Meth Abuse Rates Increase, Treatment Options Lag Behind
  56. Environmental Activism Captured at Angkor Photo Festival
  57. Seven Months on, Adhoc Officials Denied Bail
  58. Killer Elephant Finds Home at Foundation
  59. Khieu Samphan Warned of Killings, Civil Party Tells Tribunal
  60. Unions Call For Workplace Protections
  61. Tycoon’s Lawyer Makes Final Plea for Clemency
  62. Huawei Backs Away From Crash Involving Executive
  63. Rice Farmer Arrested For Raping 5-Year-Old
  64. Rice Farmer Confesses to Raping Teen Neighbor
  65. Eyes in the Sky Put Illegal Logging in Focus
  66. No Plans to Probe Claims That PM Promised Cash to Sovantha
  67. Police Offer Payout to Family After Fatal Beating
  68. Procrastinators Get Another Day to Register
  69. Surplus of $400M in 2015 Due to ‘Poor Budget Planning’
  70. With UN Rights Office Under Fire, Donors Offer Quiet Support
  71. Cargo Train Derails in Kandal; Royal Railways Not Concerned
  72. Riot Police Told by National Chief to Fear Color Revolution
  73. Pol Pot Was ‘Gentle,’ Nephew Tells Khmer Rouge Tribunal
  74. Notorious Police Chief Loses Yet Another Top Posting
  75. Man Kills Housemate With Machete Over Cigarette Purchase
  76. After Ban, Surrogacy Brokers Look To Laos
  77. Cambodia Football Coach Threatens to Quit in Facebook Rant
  78. Alleged Chats Between Thy Sovantha and Hun Manith Leaked
  79. Ministry: Budget Critics Don’t Value ‘Flesh and Blood’ Sacrifices
  80. Mammoth Voter Registration Effort Ends Today
  81. Sweden Pledges $5.3M to Mekong River Body
  82. Armed Soldiers Accused of Stealing Seized Timber
  83. $10M Expansion Aims to Curb Child Mortality
  84. Witness Says Khmer Rouge
  85. Appeal Denied for Adhoc Officers, Election Official
  86. No Montagnards Granted Asylum as Process Nears End
  87. Dealers Get Prison Terms and Fines in Meth Case
  88. Butcher Sentenced to Life For Fatally Stabbing Wife
  89. Huawei Boss Crashes; News Stories Disappear
  90. Corrupt Justice System Failing Rape Victims
  91. SCW – Individual or Firm
  92. Young Men Experiment With Film to Fight Sexual Harassment
  93. Yellow Vine Processing Facility Shut Down in Koh Kong
  94. Hun Sen Says New Border Map Will Be ‘Accurate’
  95. Youth Share Big Ideas at Most Recent TEDx Talk
  96. Cambodia to Open Ports to Laos Exports
  97. Facebook Fortune-Teller Arrested for Rape of Client
  98. Rainsy Keeps Away From Cambodia and Mother-in-Law’s Funeral
  99. Two Die After Landslide At Digging Site
  100. Man Charged for Rape Of 9-Year-Old Girl
  101. Surgery Pushed to Center of Health Planning
  102. Plans Floated For $100M Underwater Aquarium
  103. Expecting Delays
  104. Officials Inspect Walkway Slated for Redevelopment
  105. Battambang Artists to Treat ‘City of Heart and Art’ to a Show
  106. Two Arrested Over Knifepoint Kidnapping, Extortion Scheme
  107. Rainsy’s Facebook Post Trial Postponed Until Next Month
  108. Ministry Asks NGOs to Help Monitor Sand Trade
  109. IS Recruiter With Cambodian Links Turns Up in Turkey
  110. CNRP Pushes for Rights of Migrants to Vote in 2018
  111. UN Rights Office Told to Cave or Shut Down
  112. Rainsy Asks to Enter Country for Funeral Visit
  113. Touting Cheap Power, Hun Sen Denies Damage From Dam
  114. New Legal Code Proposes Plan for Environmental Courts
  115. One Ministry Allows Yellow Vine, One Stops It
  116. NGOs to Defy Government Over Rights Day March
  117. Officials Ask Foreign Couples To Claim Babies of Surrogates
  118. Experts Back Liquor Law to Help Prevent Spousal Abuse
  119. $50M Deal in Pipeline for Halal Meat Exporter
  120. Garment Workers’ Short Films to Screen in London
  121. Police Tight-Lipped About Arrests of District Officers
  122. Security Guards Hold Garment Workers for Ransom
  123. Police Raid Finds Over 100 Illegal Chinese Laborers
  124. Budget’s Biggest Item Is ‘Unallocated Spending’
  125. Government Seeks New Border Map From France
  126. Final Guilty Verdict Validates $260M
  127. Jinjin – Assistant Marketing Manager
  128. Two Men Injured in Fall From Third-Floor Scaffolding
  129. Homeless Woman Injured After Being Shot in Chest
  130. Arrested KTV Owners, Staff Released Without Charge
  131. Court Upholds Commune Chief’s Life Sentence
  132. Man Justified in Killing Brother, Official Says
  133. In Peacetime, Cambodia’s Military Spending Soars
  134. NGOs Urge Government to Shut Down Yellow Vine Processing Plants
  135. Supreme Court Hears Pleas for Release From Adhoc Officers
  136. CNRP Rues Missed Chance for Migrant Voters as Deadline Nears
  137. Angkor Wat Bridge Set to Close For 5-Year Restoration Project
  138. In ‘Striving,’ Artist Probes Ties Between Fantasy and Reality
  139. Trump’s Cambodia Policy: Don’t Meddle in Political Affairs
  140. Suspects in Fatal Breast Implant Surgery ‘Escaped,’ Police Say
  141. Life Sentences Upheld Against Khmer Rouge Leaders
  142. Next Year’s Budget Passed; CNRP Abstains
  143. Forests the Focus as Climate Pact Adopted
  144. No Prosecution for Surrogate Mothers, Parents, Police Say
  145. Khmer Rouge Left Me In a State ‘Lower Than Animals’: Witness
  146. Anti-Graft ‘Experts’ Deemed Maps To Be Fake
  147. Vigilance Urged 25 Years After First AIDS Case
  148. Revenue Falls Nearly 50% In Country’s Largest SEZ
  149. Families of Drowned Rowers Agree to $20K Compensation
  150. Driving School Shut Down After Alleged Meth-Peddling
  151. Government Establishes Workplace Safety Committee
  152. Government to Grant Owners Papers in White Building
  153. Letter to the Editor: Street Rubbish Is a Daily Concern, Not Just a Festival Issue
  154. Neighbors Questioned Over Farmer’s Murder
  155. Family Dispute Over Cigarettes Turns Deadly
  156. Plantation Thief Charged for Murder of ‘Sorcereress’
  157. Pregnant Surrogates Flee as Brokers Charged
  158. Deadly Breast Implant Leads To Closure Of Clinic
  159. Fugitive Senator Waiting for Political ‘Agreement’ to Come Home
  160. Interior Ministry Rejects Request To End Use of District Guards
  161. Black Monday Activists Rally for Tep Vanny
  162. Nuon Chea Spoke of Traitors in Northwest Zone
  163. Sihanoukville Families Dig In Heels Against Government Promises
  164. Locked-In Teenage Rape Victim Saved After Alerting Landlord
  165. PM Calls for Lower Interest Rates; Banks Balk
  166. Halal Group Established to Woo Muslim Tourists
  167. No Simple Solution for 2 Million Lost Voters
  168. SVC – Managing Director
  169. Kem Sokha Says People, Not Wall, Must Protect Borders
  170. Australian Founder of Surrogacy Firm Arrested After Ban
  171. Singer Returns to TV 9 Years After Shooting
  172. Government Says Asking Sweden to Return Thak Lay is ‘Useless’
  173. Man Charged With Setting Grandchild On Fire
  174. Housing Rights NGO Director Denies Illegally Seizing Land
  175. Cambodia Squanders Two Leads Against Malaysia
  176. Thai Boss Fatally Shot Cambodian Cassava Worker
  177. Police Seize Petrol Tanker Stuffed with Luxury Wood
  178. Commune Chief Accused of Trading Birth Certificate for Cash
  179. Pkha Rumdoul Slips From Top; Marketing Blamed
  180. Fugitive Was Working With Australian Police
  181. Zika Statement Retracted After False-Positive Result
  182. Boyfriend Arrested After Body Found in Trash Pile
  183. Official Electrocuted by Animal Trap in Mondolkiri
  184. Crewmen Caught Fishing Illegally in Indonesia
  185. Legislative Committee Approves Budget Draft
  186. Men Admit to Impersonating Police to Extort Money
  187. Thong Sarath’s Wife: No Feud With Slain Tycoon
  188. Naga Floats Amusement Park Plans for Cambodia
  189. Official Hits Motorbike, Flees, Crashes Again
  190. Four Charged With Extortion in Poipet Casino Case
  191. Mekong Dams Fish Passages ‘Problematic,’ Experts Say
  192. Film Industry Torn Between Quick Hits and Quality
  193. A Poet, Purged
  194. Thailand to Kick Out Children Of All Illegal Migrants By 2020
  195. Guards Get Trash Duty After Cleanup Video
  196. A Month Later, Officers in Beating Case Still No Shows
  197. Boeng Kak Activist Tep Vanny Denied Bail in Cursing Case
  198. Verdict Criticized, Concerns Raised Over Election Official
  199. Boat Owner, Captain Charged Over Drownings
  200. Dissident Monk Buntenh Defies Summons, Citing Verb Choice
  201. More Than 140 School Children Ill After Eating Dessert
  202. Drowned Rowers’ Families Want $35K Compensation
  203. Thailand Nabs Fugitive Freed by Cambodia
  204. Sokha Planning to Attend Next Assembly Session, CNRP Says
  205. Senator Handed 18-Month Jail Sentence for Hun Sen Remarks
  206. With Government on Holiday, SIM Crackdown on Hold
  207. Refugee Deal’s Aid Package Intact, Australia Says
  208. Voter Registration Lags With 12 Days Remaining
  209. Mental Health Professionals Look to Group Therapy to Aid Youth
  210. Festival Minus Vagrants a Big Success, Officials Say
  211. High School Teacher Charged for Rape of 12-Year-Old Girl
  212. After Drownings, Kampot Boat Trips Halted
  213. Body of Murdered Woman Found in Garbage Pile
  214. Chinese Gambler Rescued From Captivity in Poipet
  215. Man Admits to Stealing $150,000 From Employer
  216. With Twitter, Sam Rainsy Expands Reach—Slightly
  217. Sand Extraction in Koh Kong Province Halted, Ministry Says
  218. New Code to Protect Environment, in Theory
  219. Royal Wax Drops Portend Good Year for Rain
  220. Social Media Arrests Stunt Web Freedom
  221. Some Youth Entirely Isolated From Media, Study Says
  222. Phnom Penh Struggles to Cope With Water Festival’s Trash
  223. Study: Female Leaders Would Boost Garment Worker Conditions
  224. Pagoda Chief’s Boat Outrows PM’s Festival Teams
  225. Police Seek Eight After Man Drowns Escaping Beating
  226. Real Estate Agent Charged in Bookstore Theft, Murder
  227. Elders at Water Festival Marvel at Changes
  228. Four Dead After Tourist Boat Sinks In Kampot
  229. Cambodian Workers’ Lawsuit to Proceed in US
  230. Two Charged for Phony Facebook Posts
  231. Prime Festival Viewing Spots Go to Foreigners
  232. For Rural Minorities,
  233. Cambodian Embassy in South Korea Cautions Passport Middlemen
  234. Officials Cut Power Lines For Being Too Messy
  235. Australian PM Says Cambodia Still an Option for Refugees
  236. Two Missing Festival Rowers Found Dead
  237. Man Hacks Wife to Death With Machete
  238. Win, Lose or Sink, Racers Revel in Tradition
  239. With Spectacles, CPP Looks to Project Positivity
  240. Funcinpec Logo Takes Center Stage at Congress
  241. Police Name Suspect in Phnom Penh Robbery, Murder
  242. Cambodian Officials Unaware of Australia-US Refugee Deal
  243. Preparing the Boats
  244. North Korea Condemns UN’s Criticism of Cambodia
  245. Over 16,000 Observers Approved for Elections
  246. Two Men Missing After Pre-Festival Boat Crash
  247. Three Taiwanese Tourists Severely Injured in Crash
  248. NGOs Ask Government to Suspend All Sand Dredging
  249. Ministry Takes First Step Toward Grants for Arts
  250. Cambodian Re-Elected to Massachusetts Legislature