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  1. Urgent Action Badly Needed to Save Threatened Riverine Bird
  2. Mines and Energy Ministry Warns Sand Dredgers
  3. One Killed, Four Injured in Severe Storms in B’bang
  4. KR Survivor Tells ECCC She Was ‘Buried Alive’ by Cadre
  5. Election Expert Vows Reform As ‘Neutral’ NEC Member
  6. Drunk Driver Injures Guards Outside PM’s Villa
  7. Police Searching for Russian Accused of Sparking Casino Brawl
  8. Minister Blames Authorities in Sihanoukville for Crime Wave
  9. Minister Tells Police to Target Drug Gang Bosses
  10. S’ville Court Denies Bail to Doroshenko
  11. Government Should Protect Indigenous Peoples and Their Forests
  12. Police Arrest Another Russian Over Casino Brawl in Sihanoukville
  13. Reporter Says KR Put ‘Best Foot Forward’ During Visit
  14. Ministry Will Conduct Unannounced Inspections of Schools
  15. As Refugees Spurn Cambodia, Locals Voice Opposition to Deal
  16. Fewer Airport Arrests Lead to Drop in Drug Seizures
  17. Meeting Between Koh Kong Families, Development Firm Fruitless
  18. NGO Director Appointed New ‘Neutral’ NEC Member
  19. Eight Killed After Truck Overturns on Plantation
  20. Michelle Obama’s Delegation Spent Nearly $250K on Hotel
  21. Pung Chhiv Kek Declines NEC Nomination
  22. Gov’t Team Starts Enforcing Sand Dredging Rules
  23. Rasmei Kampuchea Editor Dead at 54
  24. Activist Demands Plaintiffs Show Up in Court
  25. Hun Sen Meets With Nancy Pelosi, US Delegation
  26. King Sihamoni Approves Two New Election Laws
  27. After Kampot Cockfight Raid, Police Fail to Seize Motorbikes
  28. Thirty-Six Still Ill After Eating Tainted Sandwiches
  29. ‘Same Faces’ Protest Against PM’s Comments
  30. Kem Sokha Says Judicial Laws Need Changing
  31. Rights Group Asks Gov’t to Disclose True Land Figures
  32. Transport Ministry Calls for Crackdown on Illegal Checkpoints
  33. Six Vietnamese Charged Over Logging; Military Collusion Alleged
  34. Truck Owner to Pay to Reconstruct Collapsed Bridge
  35. Nancy Pelosi Leads US Delegation to Cambodia
  36. Hundreds Fall Ill After Eating Sandwiches at NGO Event
  37. Man Kills Boy, 7, for Kicking His Nephew During Argument
  38. Husband of Acid Attack Victim to File Complaint Against Court
  39. Monks Defrocked After Partying At Karaoke Parlor in Kompong Cham
  40. UN Approves New Human Rights Envoy to Cambodia
  41. Fashion Forward
  42. Lens Romance
  43. ‘Insurrection’ Trial Begins for Opposition Figures
  44. KRT Charges Second Suspect In Case 004
  45. Coca-Cola Guides ‘Rebranding’ Cambodia Event
  46. Woman Gets 15 Years for Kidney Trafficking
  47. UN Due to Announce New Human Rights Envoy
  48. Another Montagnard in Phnom Penh, UN Says
  49. New Film Seeks to Revive Forgotten Monument
  50. New $2.9M Mosque Inaugurated in Phnom Penh
  51. Multiple Jobs
  52. Ceo
  53. Doctor, Surgeon
  54. WASH Advisor
  55. Addressing Factory Violations Is Task of All Concerned Parties
  56. Police Shut Down Center Promising Jobs Abroad
  57. Defrocked Monks Questioned at Court
  58. CNRP Will Not Protest at Meach Sovannara Trial
  59. Government Confirms Trip to Nauru
  60. Japan to Provide $236M in Development Aid, Loans
  61. Seven ‘Loggers’ Released Over Clearing State Land
  62. Doroshenko’s Lawyer Seeks Bail; Son Vows Legal Action
  63. PM Questions Awarding of Global Teacher Prize
  64. Four Children Injured by UXO Blast Near School
  65. UN Envoy, Gov’t Discuss Divisive KRT Cases
  66. District Police Chief Stands Trial on Graft Charges
  67. NGO Says Cambodian Officials Back on Nauru to Meet Refugees
  68. Judges Consider Moving Biofuel Case Back to Banteay Meanchey
  69. Police Official Denies Involvement in Trucker Beating
  70. Prime Minister Announces Hefty Raises for Ruling Party Staffers
  71. Assembly Panel to Accept NEC Nominations Beginning Friday
  72. Princess Resigns as First Vice President of Funcinpec
  73. Doroshenko Jailed on Fraud Charges in S’ville
  74. Ukrainian Politician Struck From Wanted List
  75. In the Garment Sector, Underage Workers Are the Exception
  76. American Man Convicted Over Child-Sex Trips to Cambodia
  77. Sar Kheng Leaves for Australia
  78. Four Deny Charges in Violent Koh Rong Robbery
  79. In Logging Hotbed, 7 Arrested for Felling Trees
  80. Controversial Newspaper Editor Dies Aged 76
  81. Workers Submit Petition to Gov’t Over Labor Law, Severance Pay
  82. Father of Nightclub Fire Victims Paid to Keep Quiet
  83. ADB Expects Cambodian Economy to Pick Up
  84. Officials in the Dark About Ukrainian Politician’s Rape Case
  85. Taxes From Casinos Rise 15 Percent in 2014
  86. Gas Stations Worried Over New Safety Standards
  87. Four More Suspects Arrested Over Violent Koh Rong Robbery
  88. Commission Set Up to Probe Military Police Beating of Truck Driver
  89. Police Ordered to Monitor Jewelry Shops Around the Clock
  90. One Killed, Dozens Injured in Battambang Tour Bus Crash
  91. Hun Sen Offers Condolences Over Lee Kuan Yew’s Death
  92. **Hun Sen Steps In to End Dredging Row
  93. Five Killed in Bavet City Nightclub Fire
  94. Ukrainian Politician Sought for Rape in Cambodia
  95. Senate Passes Reformed Election Laws in Quick Vote
  96. US First Lady Says Education Gives Girls a Voice
  97. Five Monks Summoned to Court Over Pagoda Attack
  98. Acid Attack Victim Dies; Court Official Seeks Murder Charge
  99. Police Investigate Murder of Vietnamese Girl in Svay Rieng
  100. Armed Robbers at Large After Pursat Market Heist
  101. City Authority Rejects Water Quality Claim
  102. Military Police at Large After Firing at Truckers
  103. Villagers Mark Six Years Since Violent Eviction
  104. New Film Takes Hard Look at Practice of Arranged Marriages
  105. Police Arrest Suspect in Violent Koh Rong Attack
  106. Phnom Penh Municipality Plans City Expansion
  107. Far From Zion
  108. Michelle Obama Should Pay Her Respects to Victims of War
  109. Minister Says Minorities Should Rely Less on Forests
  110. Food Safety Law Being Drafted by Government
  111. More Than 5,000 Guests Attend Royal Group Chairman’s Wedding
  112. Hopes of Returning Pre-Khmer Rouge Urns to Families
  113. Two Foreigners Attacked on Koh Rong
  114. Fake IDs Make Mockery of Factory Age Rules
  115. Borei Keila Evictees Denounce ‘Resolutions’
  116. Michelle Obama, Tell the President to Forgive Cambodia’s Debt
  117. Plantations and Families Set Rules for IFC-Mediated Talks
  118. **Preah Sihanouk Court Evicts Scores of Villagers
  119. Vietnam’s Metfone to Absorb Struggling Beeline
  120. Second Suspect Charged Over Club Shooting
  121. Khmer Rouge Traded Pigs, Gold For Supplies, Ex-Official Claims
  122. Prime Minister Ramps Up Threat Against Kem Sokha
  123. Assembly Passes New Election Laws
  124. Special Police Team to Probe Violence in Sihanoukville
  125. Mob Violence Leads to Two Deaths in Separate Incidents
  126. National Assembly Passes Election Laws
  127. Mondolkiri Villagers Tell of Rampant Logging, Blame Authorities
  128. Ministry Attempts to Explain Its Interference in Sen Sok Dispute
  129. Man Arrested for Blackmailing Girlfriend With Video of Rape
  130. City Hall Makes Offer on Land to Families of Chroy Changva
  131. Prime Minister Warns of Legal Action Against Kem Sokha
  132. Young Cambodians Embracing Graft, Survey Says
  133. Deminer Was Likely Digging Up Explosive When Killed
  134. PM
  135. At UN, Cambodian Delegation Rejects Claims of Prison Abuses
  136. Controversial Election Laws to Be Passed Without Amendments
  137. Michelle Obama Asked to Intervene for Activists
  138. March 18, 1970: ‘Revolutionary’ Group Moves Against Sihanouk
  139. Deminer Dies After Mine Explosion in Pailin Province
  140. Court Charges Man for Fishing With Grenade
  141. Government Approves Pact to Send Maids to Malaysia
  142. Mercedes Fire Latest Incident In Restive Sihanoukville
  143. Villagers, Police Face Off in Dispute Over Road Expansion
  144. Customs Official’s Son Charged In Shooting at Rock Nightclub
  145. Villagers Prevent Police From Taking Back Seized Bulldozers
  146. National Police Chief Calls for Crackdown on Petty Criminals
  147. Witness Tells of Digging Mass Graves at Khmer Rouge Hospital
  148. Five Men Arrested for Posing as Police to Extort, Rob Civilians
  149. Sonando Agrees to Pay Fired Staff, But Refuses Severance
  150. Lawyer Jailed for Aiding Escape Demands Retrial
  151. Japan to Send Voter Registration Experts to Cambodia
  152. Ex-Khmer Rouge Official Denies Sending Prisoners to Be ‘Eliminated’
  153. Rival Tuk-Tuk Associations Agree to Truce
  154. Ministry Reviewing Russia Extradition Treaty
  155. EDC Plans Power Line Linking Lake Provinces
  156. Kem Sokha Was Unhappy With July 22 Political Deal
  157. Customs Official’s Son Quizzed on Nightclub
  158. Project Finance Assistant
  159. Immunity for Lawmaker Will Expire, Assembly Spokesman Says
  160. Court Charges Swiss Man for Having Sex With Boys
  161. Man Arrested for Knifing Woman and Her Daughter
  162. Lawmaker Requests Funds to Help Pay HIV Villagers’ Debt
  163. Drunken RCAF Soldier Accidentally Shoots 12-Year-Old Boy
  164. More Cigarette-Butt ‘Fertilizer’ Seized in Country’s Northwest
  165. Cockfighting Inspires Artist’s Meditation on Nature and Death
  166. Government Rejects Report Alleging Abuse of Workers
  167. Customs Official’s Son Involved in Club Shooting
  168. Police Draft Plan to Protect Foreign Nationals and Investors
  169. Urban Visions
  170. A New Hero
  171. Mam Sonando Blames Union for Protests at Beehive
  172. Trafficking Victims Rescued From Malaysia, Indonesia
  173. After Ministry’s Intervention, Families Ask Hun Sen for Help
  174. After Visit, Refugee Deal Still Shrouded in Doubt
  175. Lawmaker, Lawyer Given 2-Year Prison Sentences
  176. Daughter of Land-Dispute Family Questioned Over Cobra Attack
  177. Artist Turns Within to Explore Human Condition
  178. Record Store Aims to Revive Cambodia’s Pop Past
  179. CPP Lawmaker Rejects Claims of Government Overspending
  180. Research Officer
  181. Japanese Investment Drops, But Trade Spikes
  182. Plantation Workers End Strike With Little Gain
  183. Australia, Cambodia Discuss Refugee Test Run
  184. Cambodia Trounces* Macau in Qualifier for 2018 World Cup
  185. Lawmaker’s Lawyers Ask Court Not to Issue Verdict
  186. National Assembly to Pass Two New Election Laws Next Week
  187. Khmer Rouge Commune Chief Denies Role in Purge Plans
  188. PM Calls Out Tech-Averse Officials
  189. Woman Kills Children, Commits Suicide Over Spouse’s Drinking
  190. Court Orders Family off Khun Sear’s Land: Lawyer
  191. Group Finds ‘Systematic’ Labor Abuse at Garment Plants
  192. Ministry Sold Land From Under 163 Families
  193. Conservation Programme Manager
  194. Partnering to Save Lives
  195. One-Third of Cambodians Now Online Thanks to Mobile Phones
  196. Takeover of Star Vegas Casino Closer After $100M Loan Secured
  197. Hopes Low as Cambodia Begins World Cup Quest
  198. Court Official to Enforce Verdict In Long-Running Land Dispute
  199. Beehive Radio Employees on Strike; Sonando Defiant
  200. Judge Rebukes Defense Lawyers at KR Tribunal
  201. Rosewood Seizures Drop in Banteay Meanchey: Gov’t
  202. Court Delays Questioning of Anti-Dam Activist
  203. Drug Smuggling Suspects Questioned at Court
  204. Government Considering National Oil Company
  205. Workers Protest After Factory Owner Disappears
  206. Hun Sen Acknowledges Misstep Over HIV Outbreak
  207. Accused KR Chief Admits Signing Execution Order
  208. No More ADB Funding to Finish Stalled Railway Project
  209. Court Questions General Charged in Corruption Case
  210. In New Election Body Law, Room for Mischief
  211. Anti-Pedophile Group Founder Denies Meddling
  212. Assembly Secretary-General Stonewalls Over Misspending
  213. Prime Minister Diagnoses NGOs With ‘Main Character Syndrome’
  214. Man Who Shot 33 Times Over $3 Fine Surrenders
  215. Alleged Khmer Rouge District Chief Denies Role
  216. Sixth HIV-Positive Villager Dies in Battambang
  217. Gov’t to Examine Vietnamese Grave Site on Bokor Mountain
  218. Man Charged Over Dumping Murdered Co-Worker’s Body
  219. In Court, Kidney Trader Denies Running Transplant Enterprise
  220. CPP, CNRP Defend New Election Laws
  221. Hun Sen Slaps Freeze on New Gov’t Positions, Departments
  222. Woman Strung Up and Killed; Young Grandson Beaten
  223. Soldier Arrested Over His Ex-Wife’s Shooting Death
  224. Thailand Deports Monks Across Border
  225. Cambodia Joins Treaty To Protect Trademarks
  226. Acid Attacker Among 22 Released From Prison
  227. Lawmaker Orders Photos, Video of Event Erased
  228. Acid Attacker Admits Guilt, Due in Court
  229. Woman Shot Dead by Soldier Ex-Husband
  230. TVK Cameraman Nabbed After Encounter With Police Official
  231. Former Garment Workers Hold Protest Outside of Union Office
  232. Widow of Murdered Tycoon Questioned at Municipal Court
  233. NGOs to Boycott Workshop on Election Law
  234. Meas Muth Falls Ill, Treated in Phnom Penh, Thailand
  235. Official Summoned Over Gross Misspending
  236. Layers of Life
  237. In Phnom Penh, Women Still Don’t Feel Safe on the Streets
  238. Parties Sign Off on Final Draft of Election Law
  239. Woman Gravely Injured in Suspected ‘Love Triangle’ Acid Attack
  240. Drug Sting Snares Policeman’s Son, Commune Council Member
  241. Classical Ballet Sends Message of Compassion
  242. Preah Sihanouk at Center of New Industrial Plan
  243. Gov’t to Discuss Bokor Mountain Management
  244. Orphanage Director Claims Child Sex Case Fabricated
  245. S-21 Photographer’s Book Sales Banned at Museum
  246. Hun Sen Forms Group to Oversee Bodyguards
  247. Guard Describes Stench of Corpses in KR Prison
  248. Former National Aids Authority Official Alleges Corruption
  249. Women’s Rights Activists Stage Flash Mob to Raise Awareness
  250. New Election Law to Strip Assembly Seats if Parties Boycott