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  1. Rights of Young Victims Ignored by Justice System, Report Says
  2. Courts Ban Beach Sale in Latest Polonsky-Doroshenko Dispute
  3. ACU Places Cap on Gifts to Officials
  4. Disgruntled Nursing Students Petition Parliament
  5. Gov’t Reports No Gains Against Malaria Deaths
  6. Evictees Demand Land Within Their Communities
  7. Eighteen More Montagnards Cross Into Ratanakkiri
  8. Chea Sim Unlikely to Attend CPP Congress
  9. Nearly 50 Abused Brides Repatriated Last Year
  10. Ministry Outlines Procedures for Businesses Hiring Foreigners
  11. Struggling Bank to Merge With Micro-Lender in Industry First
  12. Civil Party Grilled Over Death of Infant Daughter
  13. Union Complains of Spate of Illegal Garment Factory Firings
  14. Construction Worker Arrested While Raping Schoolgirl
  15. Lawmakers Press Minister Over HIV Outbreak
  16. Dozens of Maids Still Missing in
  17. Official Defends Imprisonment Of Activists to Visiting US Envoy
  18. Police Arrest Poipet Woman Over Rumors
  19. Three More Deputy Commissioners Appointed
  20. To Progress, Gov’t Must Embrace Intellectuals and Dissent
  21. Growth in Tourist Arrivals Slows to 5-Year Low
  22. Project Gives Voice to ‘White Building’ Residents
  23. Former Monk Is Detained Over Murder of Elderly Pagoda Chief
  24. Three More Montagnard Asylum Seekers Arrive in Phnom Penh
  25. Husband Suspected of Murdering Wife With Machete
  26. Grocery Store Owner Shot During Robbery in Kompong Speu
  27. KR Victim Tells of Gruesome Murders, Sightings of Defendants
  28. Reformed Election Commission Likely to Be Delayed by Stalled Talks
  29. Port Officials Urged to Speed Up Investigation Into Ivory Seizure
  30. Appeal Court Upholds Controversial Convictions
  31. Appeal Court Upholds Activists’ Convictions
  32. Police Deport 7 Montagnards From Ratanakkiri to Vietnam
  33. Apsara Authority Slams ‘Pornographic’ Photos
  34. Malaysian, American Arrested After Hit-and-Run
  35. Rights Group Calls for Sao Sokha’s Removal
  36. Rare Mercedes Crashes In Phnom Penh—Again
  37. Cambodia, Singapore Sign Intellectual Property Pact
  38. Military Police Thwart Container Truck Heist in Kompong Speu
  39. North Korea Wants ‘The Interview’ DVDs Pulled
  40. 76-Year-Old Monk Shot Dead During Ceremony
  41. Evictees Prevented From Screening Video to Mark Anniversary
  42. Aging KR Leaders Still Fit to Stand Trial, Doctors Say
  43. UN Envoy Critical as Tenure Draws to a Close
  44. Minister to Be Questioned Over HIV Outbreak
  45. Opposition Leader Takes Credit for Falling Energy Prices
  46. EU Joins Election Reform Talks; Parties Still Divided Over IDs
  47. RCAF Officer Among Three Arrested in Drug Sting
  48. UN Rights Envoy Accepts Petition on Jailed Activists
  49. KR Survivor Recounts Experience at Tram Kak
  50. Minister Dismayed at Scarcity of Female Officers
  51. ‘We Are Angkorian’
  52. Excerpt: Sao Sokha’s January 15 Speech
  53. Hooters Eyes Expansion, Cambodia Branch
  54. Beer Distributors in Row Over*Heineken Rights
  55. CNRP Leaders Join Unionists to Mark Chea Vichea’s Killing
  56. Chinese Firm Razes Homes In Koh Kong
  57. Court Releases Suspects in Jewelry-Theft Case
  58. Defense Suggests Witness ‘Made Up’ Prison Horrors
  59. EU Hires Experts to Help Gov’t Compensate Evictees
  60. Russian Freed After Injuring Boy While Driving Drunk
  61. Threat of Force Hangs Over ‘Culture of Dialogue’
  62. UN, Embassies Attend Hearing Of 11 Activists
  63. Lawmakers Question Minister Over Migration
  64. Census Finds 80K ‘Legal’ Foreigners in Country
  65. Government Cancels More Land Concessions
  66. Three Arrested for Trafficking Cambodian Brides to China
  67. Three Refugees Met With Delegation, Minister Says
  68. Police Seize Weapons From Fugitive General’s Homes
  69. As Oil Prices Fall, Industry Collusion a Concern
  70. Provincial Officials Want Governor Investigated
  71. Cadres Drank Wine Infused With Body Parts
  72. Pair Charged Over Theft of 3-Star General’s Jewelry at 5-Star Hotel
  73. Military Police Should Stop Viewing Protesters as Enemies
  74. UN Envoy Optimistic Despite Bitter Party Talk
  75. Rainsy Cautious as Hun Sen Threatens to Jail Lawmakers
  76. Migration Body Prepared to Help Resettle Refugees From Nauru
  77. Court Denies Bail for Parents of Fugitive General in Murder Case
  78. Cambodian Team 2nd in Regional Stock Challenge
  79. CNRP to Screen Banned Film on Slain Union Leader Chea Vichea
  80. Prosecution Wants Thet Sambath to Testify at Tribunal
  81. Corruption, Torture Still Rife in Prisons, Report Finds
  82. Peaceful Protest Turned Away From Freedom Park
  83. Ratanakkiri Governor Suspects Montagnards Smuggled by Locals
  84. City Hall Turns Away Anti-Eviction Protesters
  85. Child Witnesses Grandmother’s Stabbing Death
  86. Workers March for Reinstatement of Leaders
  87. Officials to Meet About Census Findings
  88. Defense Minister Tells Soldiers to Confront Opposition Party
  89. Gov’t Meets With Landlords to Discuss New Electricity Scheme
  90. Opposition Lawmakers Still Face Jail, Hun Sen Warns
  91. Ranariddh Named Funcinpec President—Again
  92. Doroshenko Charged Over Island Dispute With Rival Polonsky
  93. Pioneer Photographer
  94. Officials to Return From
  95. Civil Society Leaders Blast Plan to Ban Election Commentary
  96. UN Says Nine New Montagnards Add to ‘Urgency’ in Ratanakkiri
  97. Tycoon’s Son Implicated in Car Crash
  98. Hanoi-Funded Police Academy Inaugurated in Kompong Speu
  99. Two Killed, 3 Injured by Speeding Truck in Ratanakkiri
  100. Three-Year-Old Among Dead in Van Crash in Thailand
  101. Police Arrest 4 in Kompong Cham Lottery Crackdown
  102. Kem Sokha Blasts Hun Sen’s Era of Destruction
  103. Million-Ton Rice Export Goal Remains Elusive
  104. US Mayor Wants Government to Release Activists
  105. KR Tribunal to Reduce Scope of Investigations
  106. NGOs to Be Restricted During Election
  107. Security Heightened at French Embassy After Paris Attacks
  108. Sokimex Closes Down Hotel on Norodom Boulevard
  109. Railway Families Demand Answers Outside ADB Offices
  110. German Ambassador Slams Hitler Remarks
  111. Director of Administration and Finance
  112. Assistant Country Director
  113. Two Workers Die in Quarry Rock Slide in Kompong Chhnang
  114. Ministries Unclear Over Who Needs Work Permits
  115. Tycoon’s Ex-Partner Denied Bail Over Rape-Murder Plot
  116. UN Says Ratanakkiri Governor Unhelpful Over Montagnards
  117. New Species Discovered in Cardamom Mountains
  118. Family of Battambang Doctor Flees Home
  119. Robbers Shoot Up Market
  120. Military Police Commander ‘Learned From Hitler’
  121. New Maps Show Heavy Deforestation In 2013
  122. Ministry Report Outlines 2014 Illegal Logging Figures
  123. Japan and Cambodia Sign Aviation Agreement
  124. Ministry Sets Record Straight on Mining License
  125. Dissident ‘Plotters’ Convicted, Jailed Over T-Shirts
  126. After Reminder, Prime Minister Reflects on 30 Years of Power
  127. National Bank Announces New 100, 500 Riel Notes
  128. Rainsy Claims CPP Behind ‘Khmer for Khmer’
  129. Khieu Samphan Anxious Over ‘Standby’ Counsel
  130. Court Charges Monk With Intentional Violence
  131. Villagers Boycott Meeting With Military
  132. Tycoon’s Ex-Partner Extradited Over Murder Plot
  133. Program Officer of the Special Projects Unit
  134. ICC Mandate Does Not Allow For Pen Sovann’s Complaint
  135. On Work Permit Issue, There Is a Lack of Clarity for Expats
  136. PM Wants Lower Prices for Thrifty Power Users
  137. Low-Ranking Police, Soldiers to See Salary Increases
  138. Soldier Accused of Threatening Travelers at Checkpoint Bridge
  139. Suspects in Church Drug Deal Case Questioned and Detained
  140. Couple Arrested for Using Knives to Threaten Officials
  141. Gov’t Officials Visit Nauru Refugee Site
  142. Logging Border Deaths Down, But Injuries Up
  143. For Hun Sen, 30 Turbulent Years as Prime Minister
  144. The Front Page
  145. Firms Claim Impeded by Nontariff Measures
  146. Teenage Monk Stabs Pagoda Leader to Death
  147. CPP Pushes to Halve National Election Campaign Periods
  148. Prime Minister Commends New Hydropower Dam in Koh Kong
  149. Five on Trial for Plan
  150. Nine Charged in Methamphetamine Trafficking Case
  151. CNRP Officially Nominates Rainsy as ‘Minority Leader’
  152. Ratanakkiri Police Threaten
  153. Ministers Offer Condolences Over Paris Massacre
  154. Former Prime Minister Says US
  155. Head of Leasing Department
  156. Concrete Canvas
  157. Jarai File Complaint Against Police Amid Montagnard Search
  158. Military Police Find Stash of Illegal Wood on Passenger Bus
  159. Ranariddh Invites Sokha Back to Funcinpec, Boasts
  160. Soldiers Face Off With Villagers Over Disputed Siem Reap Forest
  161. Two CNRP Commune Councilors Defect to the CPP
  162. Official Posits Burned Bodies in Thailand Gang-Related
  163. Man Flees After Allegedly Beating, Raping Ex-Girlfriend
  164. British Man Among Suspects Arrested in Two Drug Busts
  165. Study Points to Injections as Likely Cause of HIV Outbreak
  166. Garment Factories Report Major Drop in Strikes
  167. Multiple Jobs
  168. Court Denies Bail to Defrocked Khmer Krom Monks
  169. Police Resume Search for Five Montagnards in Ratanakkiri
  170. Two Charred Bodies Discovered Near Thai-Cambodia Border
  171. Khmer Rouge Tribunal Adjourned Until Thursday
  172. Three to Be Deported Over Nude Motorbike Ride
  173. Pen Sovann Plans ICC Complaint Against Vietnam
  174. Gov’t Approves Disaster Management Draft Law
  175. Commune and Village Officials to See Pay Raise
  176. Structure Removed From Buddhist Institute Land
  177. New Film Captures Dark Poetry of US Deportee
  178. Human Resources Manager
  179. General Manager
  180. Finance Manager/Accounting Manager
  181. Credit Manager/Marketing Manager
  182. Medical Students Protest Price of Final-Year Certification Exam
  183. More Than 60 Riot Outside Dry Port After Fatal Road Accident
  184. On Return From Europe, Kem Sokha Denies Assistant’s Claims
  185. Lor Peang Protesters Demand Commission Chair Step Down
  186. Sen Sok Families Left Out of Deal File Complaint
  187. Thailand to Reopen An Ses Border Checkpoint
  188. Lawmaker Asks Minister to Aid K Kong Villagers
  189. KRT Adjourned Again as Khieu Samphan Rushed to Hospital
  190. Angkor Park Authority Says $9M Lease Fee ‘Not Gone’
  191. Court Ejects CNRP Lawmakers From Hearing
  192. Young Killer in Limbo as Social Affairs Department Fails to Help
  193. Locals Fearful of Eviction Due to Riverfront Development Plan
  194. Pursat Court Charges Trio Over Fatal Dance Floor Fight
  195. Research Uncovers Clues to Burial Jar Mystery
  196. CPP Marks 36 Years Since Vietnam Ousted Pol Pot
  197. Police Seize Wood Destined for Brigade Commander’s Office
  198. Rocks, Petrol Bombs Thrown in Botum Sakor Land Dispute
  199. Huge Haul Still at Sihanoukville Port as Investigations Stall
  200. Governors to Meet Thursday to Reduce Border Tension
  201. Thai Fugitive Claims Asylum in New Zealand
  202. Man Gets Life Sentence for Murder of Girl Over Earrings
  203. Trade Volume Exceeds $18 Billion in 2014
  204. Sihanoukville Court Charges Foreigners With Counterfeiting US Dollars
  205. Erosion Under Kandal Bridge ‘Nothing to Worry About’
  206. Gov’t to Strictly Enforce Work Permit Law From Next Week
  207. Thai Bank to Target Small, Midsized Businesses
  208. Villagers Arrested at Siem Reap Protest Charged With Incitement
  209. 11-Year-Old Killer Goes Into Hiding
  210. Vietnamese Express Anger Over Census Sweeps
  211. Police Step In to Stop Scuffle Over Disputed Land
  212. Men Arrested Over Fatal Dance Floor Fight in Pursat Province
  213. First Domino’s Pizza to Open by Month’s End
  214. Montagnards Still in Hiding; Authorities Remain Silent
  215. Struggling TV3 Asia Channel Looks to Restructure
  216. CNRP Lawmakers Summoned in Insurrection Case
  217. More Vietnamese Are Targeted in Census Raids
  218. Case Against Villagers Delayed as Mysterious Accuser Absent
  219. Two Villagers Detained During Roadblock Protest in Siem Reap
  220. Man Killed in Hit and Run in Battambang; Bus Driver on the Run
  221. Hun Sen Invokes Assad, ISIS in Defense of January 7
  222. Prince Ranariddh Vows Fresh Start for Funcinpec
  223. First Cassava Shipment of Major Deal Leaves Port
  224. Police Prevent Veng Sreng Slaying Commemorations
  225. CNRP Lawmaker to Examine Vietnamese Graves in Kampot
  226. Police Search for Five More Montagnards In Ratanakkiri
  227. Gov’t Targets Unlicensed Medics Amid HIV Outbreak
  228. Fired Worker Suspected in Death of Chinese Supervisor in Kratie
  229. Girl Arrested Over Murder of 4-Year-Old in Kompong Speu
  230. Farmworker Charged With Raping 9-Year-Old Girl
  231. Police Bar Borei Keila March on Eviction Anniversary
  232. Military Police Commander Accused of Extortion, Torture
  233. The Year in Politics
  234. 2014: Looking Back
  235. Villagers Plan to Take Bulldozer Battle to Court
  236. City Hall Releases New Plans for Riverfront
  237. Man Arrested Over Rape of US Woman in Siem Reap
  238. A Year On, Killings on Veng Sreng Remembered
  239. Prince Says Funcinpec to Work Closely With CPP
  240. CNRP Lays Out Four Sticking Points In Reform Talks
  241. Police Kill Man Wanted For Robberies During Chase
  242. Tonle Sap River Boats Ride Wave of New Year
  243. Police Say Crime up 3.6% in 2014, Point to Strikes
  244. Man, 3-Year-Old Child Killed in Separate Illegal Fishing Accident
  245. Man Shot Through Floor of His Home While Sleeping
  246. Singer Jailed for Seven Years on Child Sex Charges
  247. Ranariddh to Return as Funcinpec President
  248. New Rules to Concentrate Migrant Votes in Capital
  249. Chief Monk’s Brother-in-Law on the Run After Murder
  250. More Than 1,200 Foreigners Deported as Census Nears End