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  1. Kem Sokha Calls for Inclusive Debate on NGO Law
  2. Factory Workers Not Locked in, Volunteered to Stay Overnight
  3. Cambodia ‘Gateway’ to Asean, Turkish Firms Say
  4. CNRP Plans to Summon Hun Sen for Questioning
  5. French Police to Revisit Botched Murder Cases
  6. Despite IOM Deal, Residency Eludes Refugees
  7. Release of Convicted Child Abuser an ‘Outrage’: NGOs
  8. Draft NGO Law Reaches National Assembly
  9. Child Garment Workers Not A Problem, Minister Says
  10. Frenchman, German Arrested for Child Abuse
  11. Cambodia’s Ranking Drops in Peace Index But Score Goes Up
  12. Police Seize Tour Buses From Vietnam Suspected of Smuggling
  13. SEA Games Stars Return to Take on Afghanistan
  14. Hun Sen Sells ‘Win-Win Policy’ to Students
  15. Farmer Says Montagnards Crossed River
  16. Chea Sim’s Bodyguards to Return to Brigades
  17. Witness Tells of Foiled Attempt to Overthrow Pol Pot Regime
  18. Firm Tests Paid Spots to Curb Parking Woes in Phnom Penh
  19. Ministries to Push Vocational Training, Starting in Svay Rieng
  20. First Verdicts Delivered in General’s Murder Case
  21. Police Say No Leads in Murder of Man in Noodle Restaurant
  22. Film Director Taps Local Folklore for Eco-Drama
  23. Interior Ministry Wants HRW Director Barred From Cambodia
  24. CNRP Lawmakers Lead Another Trip to Disputed VN Border
  25. Police Make Seven More Arrests in Ponzi ‘Empire’ Scheme Case
  26. ACU Publishes Anonymous Accusations Against Police, Clerk
  27. Man Gunned Down in Noodle Restaurant; Motive Unknown
  28. Police Seized Over 100 Stolen Motorbikes Sold at Pawnshop
  29. Woman Splashes Acid on Pregnant Sister Over Affair
  30. Government Announces Start of Garment Sector Wage Talks
  31. Sar Kheng, Say Chhum Given Title Of ‘Samdech’
  32. Moving Dirt: A Lucrative Dirt Trade Is Leaving Gaping Holes in Communities
  33. Ambassadors to Double as CPP Campaigners
  34. Post-Election Work ‘Diplomacy at Its Best’:
  35. Drug Trial Delayed Over False Statement Claims
  36. Court Postpones Inquiry of Indonesian Thief
  37. Student Charged Over US Ambassador Wall Crash
  38. Provisional Sand Dredging Licenses Awarded
  39. Ex-Cadre Tells of Feeling ‘Like a Dead Person’
  40. Mam Sonando To Register New Political Party
  41. Two Killed by Lightning at Volleyball Match
  42. Government Tells Vietnam To ‘Respect the Borderline’
  43. Millions in Asia’s Child Labor Force Denied Basic Rights
  44. Student Says He Crashed Into Ambassador’s Wall to Get Help
  45. Thirty-Six Vietnamese to Be Deported After Shop Raids
  46. Vietnamese Spy Spotted at CNRP Forum
  47. KRT Witness Tells of Purges of Alleged Spies
  48. CNRP Wants 2005 Vietnam Border Treaty Re-Examined
  49. Teen Claims Self-Defense in Murder of Monk
  50. Seven New Ambassadors to Leave for Overseas Posts
  51. Cambodian Fans Deflated After World Cup Loss
  52. Judge, Prosecutor Sue Human Rights Advocate for Defamation
  53. Comments on Vietnam Wrongly Attributed, But the History Is Clear
  54. Officials Tell Fishing Community to Float Away
  55. Three Injured in Clash Between Rival Labor Unions
  56. Court Ends Questioning of Freedom Park ‘Insurrectionists’
  57. Senior Vietnamese Officials Pay Respects to Chea Sim
  58. Drunk Student Crashes SUV Into US Ambassador’s Compound
  59. Trial Begins for Woman Accused of Killing Businessman’s Cows
  60. CNRP Lawmaker Accuses Police of Stopping Border Post Trip
  61. After Talks, Workers Return to Jobs at M&V Garment Factory
  62. Rainsy Returns, Open to PM’s ‘Oath of Lightning’
  63. Say Chhum Replaces Chea Sim as Senate President
  64. New Draft of Trade Union Law Adds Guilt by Association
  65. Firm Says It May Turn Taps Off in Poipet Homes
  66. RCAF Officers Behind Illegal Mine Operation
  67. PM, Hanoi Official Meet Over CNRP Border Trips
  68. Two Charged Over Fatal Football Match Stabbing
  69. Illegal Workers Arrested in Construction Site Raid
  70. Ex-Airport Site Messenger Tells Tribunal of S-21 Escape
  71. NGO Gives Hun Sen’s Land Titling Project Mixed Marks
  72. Child Sex Abuse Down, Group Says
  73. Hun Sen Wants ‘Lightning Oath’ From Rainsy
  74. New Draft of NGO Law ‘Much Worse’ Than the Last, CCC Says
  75. **There Is No Place for ‘Chbab Srey’ in Cambodian Schools
  76. Workers Blocked From Marching on PM’s Villa
  77. Vietnam Troops Hinder CNRP-Led Trip to Border
  78. Police, French Officials to Meet Over Vallier Case
  79. Prosecutor Baffled Police Chief Not Yet Arrested
  80. Montagnards Are Not Asylum Seekers, Interior Spokesman Says
  81. Court Date Postponed for Seven Suspects in Ponzi Scheme Case
  82. Chea Sim, Long-Serving CPP President, Dead at 82
  83. CPP President Chea Sim Dead
  84. Beaten Handcart-Puller Files Complaint Against Military Police
  85. Police Arrest Suspected Meth Dealers in Battambang
  86. After Three Days Cambodia 8th at SEA Games
  87. Siem Reap Police Arrest Seven Over Ponzi Scheme
  88. Man Sought Over Fatal Football Match Stabbing
  89. ACU Meets With Global Fund Over Net Bribe Case
  90. Police Free Garment Workers Locked In at Night by Factory
  91. Doroshenko Released From Prison in Sihanoukville
  92. Cambodia Protests Indian Angkor Wat Replica
  93. Senate Official Arrested at PM’s Villa After Demanding Meeting
  94. Common Ground
  95. Nauru Refugees Settle Into New Neighborhood
  96. Contemporary Dancers Bringing History to the Stage
  97. Indonesia Calls for Clarity After Citizen Arrested at Airport
  98. Travelers Asked to Be Vigilant to Prevent Spread of MERS
  99. Striking Workers Call for Phnom
  100. Man Killed in Crash After Leaving Wedding Party
  101. Seven in Court Over Luxury Wood
  102. Cambodia ‘Not Involved’ in FIFA Turmoil
  103. Former Official Says Trauma Not Due to KR
  104. Government Approves NGO Law
  105. Ministry to Review Oil Company’s Plans
  106. K Krom Mark 66 Years Since Cochinchine Pact
  107. Soldiers, Singaporean Firm to Plant 6 Million Trees
  108. Dissident Group Member Gets 7-Year Jail Term
  109. Lawmakers Debate Disaster Management Law
  110. Teenager Admits to Raping Young Neighbor
  111. IOM Joins Mission to Indonesia’s Ambon Island
  112. KR Zone Director’s Wife Paints Less Brutal Picture of Worksite
  113. First Refugees From Nauru Arrive in Cambodia
  114. We Want Your Business, UN Tells Local Firms
  115. First Refugees From Nauru Arrive in Phnom Penh
  116. In a Digital Age, Print Artist Layers Tactile Textures and Tradition
  117. Companies Strike Deal to Explore for Oil and Gas
  118. Refugees From Nauru to Arrive Today
  119. Guards Too Violent to Police Protests: Amnesty
  120. Cambodia Hedges Its Bets as Sea Tensions Rise
  121. CNRP ‘Insurrection’ Activists Say They Were Just Spectators
  122. PM’s Cabinet Refuses Khmer Krom Petition
  123. Wildlife Smugglers Snared, Parts Confiscated
  124. Man Jailed for Conning Commander’s Daughter
  125. Sihamoni Receives Honorary Title for Buddhist Work
  126. Thai Rights Body Censures Firm Over Koh Kong Sugar Plantations
  127. Associate Editor
  128. Addressing the International Community’s Aid Addiction
  129. Prime Minister, US Spar Over Pending NGO Law
  130. Opposing Unions Compete for International Support on Draft Law
  131. Sen Sok Land Dispute Families Butt Heads in Municipal Court
  132. Polonsky’s Island Placed Under Navy’s Control
  133. Report on Violent Poipet Protest Sent to Court
  134. Man Charged Over Rape, Murder of Kratie Girl
  135. Daughter Charged With Murder of Moneylender
  136. Survivor Tells Tribunal of Human Breasts Hung in Pagoda
  137. Dozens of Enslaved Fishermen Return Home From Indonesia
  138. Rapist Sent Home After Serving Half of 20-Year Term
  139. Rubber Prices Rise Amid Drop in Global Supply
  140. Apsara Authority Denies Claims It Ignored Order From Hun Sen
  141. City Ends Deal With Firm Operating Tollbooths
  142. Kampot Police May Arrest Protest Leader
  143. Four Vietnamese Arrested for Building Illegal Stupas, Statues
  144. Court Questions Nigerian Man Over Deadly Crash
  145. Phnom Penh’s Youth Given Voice on International Children’s Day
  146. CPP Lawmaker Vows NGO Law Debate; Opposition
  147. CPP Lays Out Plan to Woo Cambodians Overseas
  148. Before His Death, Canadian Man Insulted Hun Sen
  149. Building a Far Better Urban Future, Starting With Our Children
  150. Police ‘Educate’ 80 After Weekend Shisha Raids
  151. Teenager Dies of Heart Attack During ‘Color Race’
  152. Suspect in Rape-Murder Case Helped Search for Own Victim
  153. Ten Indonesians Return Home After Ambassador’s Intervention
  154. Driver Charged With Injuring Truckload of Garment Workers
  155. Nigerian Man Arrested After Melee for Killing Woman With SUV
  156. CNRP Using ‘Dialogue’ to Trick Supporters: Prince Ranariddh
  157. Koh Kong Police Arrest Woman Over Mother’s Killing
  158. Mondolkiri Plantation Still Logging Out of Bounds, Villagers Say
  159. Cham Scuffle With Soldiers Near Disputed Border Area
  160. Path of Faith
  161. Courting Victory
  162. City Hall Pushes to Reduce Smoking in Phnom Penh
  163. Male Victims of Sexual Violence Struggle for Voice
  164. Meeting Over NGO Law On Hold as PM’s Deadline Passes
  165. Four Charged Over Unlicensed Medical Clinics in Battambang
  166. Ministry Hits Back Over Union Law
  167. Garment Industry Under Scrutiny in New Film
  168. Near Border, Ancestral Graves Face Destruction
  169. Nearly 200 Fishermen Rescued in Indonesia
  170. Police Want Boss Sacked For Corruption
  171. Two Arrested After Ax Murder of Moneylender
  172. Cambodia Reduces Hunger, Meeting UN Goal
  173. City Hall Bans Khmer Krom Ceremony in Freedom Park
  174. Police Still Guarding Poipet Customs Office After Clash
  175. CNRP Calls for Swift Replacement of NEC Secretary-General
  176. Gov’t ‘Fed Up’ With Montagnards: Spokesman
  177. Fine Arts University Slated for Relocation
  178. $25M BHP Fine Excludes Cambodia Allegations
  179. Appeal Court Upholds Convictions Against KPPM ‘Terrorists’
  180. Cambodian Soldiers Commemorated in World War I Exhibition
  181. Four Teens Arrested Over Alleged Gang Rape
  182. Ukraine Politician Rape Case Dropped
  183. Bunong Threaten to Fell Firm’s Rubber Trees
  184. Woman Jailed for Attempted $1.5M Bank Fraud
  185. Striking Garment Workers Ordered Back to Work
  186. Civil Party Recounts Brutality of Khmer Rouge at January 1 Dam
  187. Reporters Vow to Defy Order to Cease Gathering
  188. Three Clinics Closed, Four Arrested in B’bang
  189. Another 59 Fishermen Waiting For Repatriation From Indonesia
  190. Ex-Court Director’s Bodyguard Accused of Giving Judges Orders
  191. Arbitration Body Receives First Complaint
  192. CNRP Calls for Investigation Into Poipet Melee
  193. Ostap Doroshenko Transferred to Work in Capital
  194. Australia Sets Aside $12.1M
  195. CNRP Activist Recounts Day of ‘Insurrection’ at Trial
  196. Global Fund, Gov’t to Continue Probe Into Bribes
  197. Gov’t Building Tech Institute in Kompong Speu
  198. Cyber Law to Protect Gov’t Honor, Ministry Says
  199. Man Questioned Over Body Found in Bag in Trash
  200. Indonesia Seeks Arrest of Kandal Casino Employees
  201. Conservation Programme Manager
  202. Program Administration Assistant
  203. Ezecom to Build $80M Undersea Internet Cable
  204. Military Police Open Fire at Poipet City Demonstration
  205. Lawmaker Opens Door to Talks on NGO Law
  206. Court Hears 3 Chinese Charged With Trafficking
  207. Wanted for Arrest, Bavet City Penal Police Chief Still on the Job
  208. Interior Ministry Deports Another Polonsky Associate
  209. Men Gun Down Woman, 32, on Motorbike
  210. Two Men Arrested Over Separate Sex Crimes
  211. Police Suspect Man Murdered for His Camry
  212. Teenager Arrested for Classroom Attack on Peer
  213. Three Years On, Still No Justice for Girl Shot Dead by Soldier
  214. Writer Malraux’s Pivotal Indochina Years Revisited
  215. Man Charged With Murder for Clubbing Teen Monk to Death
  216. American Arrested for Abusing Underage Girls in Phnom Penh
  217. Investigation Opened After Body Stuffed Into Bag Found in Trash
  218. China Donates Heavy Weaponry to Military
  219. Nearly 400 Families to Receive Land
  220. Student Mock Parliament Sends NGO Law Back
  221. Police Arrest Two, Seize 2.5 Kg Of Meth in Separate Drug Busts
  222. Minister Backs Legal Action Over Online Insults
  223. EU Calls for Transparent Electoral Reforms
  224. Child-Welfare NGO Boss Guilty of Abusing Boys
  225. One Arrested, Three On Run After Prison Escape
  226. Communities Unite Over Land Rows in Siem Reap
  227. Three More of Polonsky’s Associates Deported to Moscow
  228. After Crash, Travel Allowances for Textile Workers in Spotlight
  229. Woman Sentenced to 12 Years for Beating Stepson to Death
  230. Gov’t Requests Legal Action Against Social Media Users
  231. Cambodia Could Shelter Stranded Migrants: PM
  232. UN Continues Campaign Against Draft NGO Law
  233. Underwater Deminers Pull First Bomb From Deep
  234. Death Toll in Svay Rieng Garment Worker Crash Rises to 19
  235. Labor Ministry Denies Agreement to Send Workers to Qatar
  236. Striking Workers Blame Rival Union Leader for Attack; 4 Arrested
  237. UN Rebuked Over Letter on Draft NGO Law
  238. Three Arrested, Drugs Seized In Cambodia-Laos Operation
  239. Family of Four Killed as Fire Destroys Phnom Penh Home
  240. Families Plan to Occupy Vattanac Land Over Houses
  241. Cambodia Approves Resettlement of 4 Refugees
  242. Foreign Minister Hits Back Over Border Dispute
  243. Cambodia Approves Resettlement of Four Refugees in Australia Deal
  244. Squid Inc.
  245. Man Brutally Killed Protecting Cassava, Police Say
  246. Teachers Return to Class After Pay Dispute Strike
  247. General Tells Court He Murdered Wife, Daughter
  248. Court Charges Bus Driver Over Deadly Garment Worker Crash
  249. Hun Sen Says Government Bodies Engage in Irregular Spending
  250. Municipal Court Tries General, Parents on Weapons Charges