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  1. Rubber Giant to Hear Villagers’ Complaints
  2. Researchers Attempt to Ease Racial Tensions
  3. Japanese Delegation Offers Lawmakers Assistance in Electoral Reform Process
  4. Hun Sen Congratulates Chan-Ocha on Election
  5. NGO Coalition Blasts Refugee Deal Secrecy
  6. Live Cattle Deal Between Australia, Cambodia
  7. Cambodia Bayon Airlines Marks Official Opening
  8. Google Launches Street View in Cambodia
  9. Prime Minister Condemns US
  10. Hun Sen Announces Raises for Teachers, Nurses
  11. Lawmaker Urges Land Dispute Villagers to Go Home
  12. Prime Minister Calls Land Dispute Critic a ‘Stupid Boy’
  13. Gov’t Says 660,000 Workers Now in Thailand
  14. Ministries to Tighten Checks on Foreign Workers
  15. Police Arrest Three Villagers Over Decade-Old Land Row
  16. Striking Factory Workers Thwart Police Arrests
  17. Fine Line Separates Activists, Citizen Journalists
  18. Cambodia to See Biggest GDP Gain From AEC
  19. Book Profiles Lives of Cambodia’s Prime Ministers
  20. Rival Orphanage Programs Get Shut Down
  21. Boy, 15, Rapes and Kills 3-Year-Old Neighbor
  22. Police, Officials Quiz Villagers After Protest in Phnom Penh
  23. Unions Say Gov’t Blocking Branch Registrations
  24. Official Rejects Vietnam’s Reports of Punishment for Flag Burners
  25. US Chief of Pacific Command Meets With RCAF Commander
  26. Wealthy Family Denies Torturing Their Workers
  27. First Agriculture Census Gives Planners New Tool
  28. Cambodia Community Justice Assistance Partnership, Capital Works Adviser
  29. CPP Senator Denies Ties to Sugar Plantations
  30. Hun Sen’s Growth Estimate Met With Skepticism
  31. Gov’t Says Workplace Injuries on the Rise, Reforms Needed
  32. Garment Workers at Two Factories Go on Strike for More Pay
  33. Judge Orders Interior Ministry to Reinvestigate Vallier Case
  34. ACU Calls in Officials Over Pepper Shakedown
  35. NGO Says Legal Action Over Land Disputes on the Rise
  36. Protesters Say Foreign Minister Condoned Flag Burning
  37. Police Shoot Suspected Drug Dealer in His Stomach
  38. Water Festival to Return to Phnom Penh
  39. Project Coordinator
  40. Health Equity Fund Monitor
  41. Multiple Jobs, European Union Funded Programme
  42. KrisEnergy to Sell $400M Worth of Debt
  43. Hun Sen Again Stresses Need To Develop Irrigation Systems
  44. Push to Transform
  45. Thais Free Border Traders, Detain Dozens More
  46. More Factories Hit by Faintings; 1 Forced to Shut
  47. Officials Trade Blame Over Kratie Land Dispute
  48. Police Find Ecstasy Precursor Buried in Pursat Backyards
  49. Land Dispute Protesters Crash RCAF Graduation Ceremony
  50. Union Official Arrested for ‘Inciting’ Workers
  51. Five Guilty in $2.7M Canadia Bank Fraud
  52. Hun Sen Asks Japan for Help Renovating Bridge
  53. Siblings to Appear in Court Over Torture Claims
  54. Illegal Gold Mines Raided in Preah Vihear
  55. Thai Police to Visit Over Surrogate Case
  56. Thai Military Arrests Poipet Border Traders
  57. Graft Agency Says It Will Prosecute ‘Ghosts’ on State Payrolls
  58. City Hall Blocks Bike Ride Against Koh Kong Hydro-Project
  59. Education Ministry Sets Date for High School Re-Examination
  60. Workers Faint at Six Factories in Vattanac Park
  61. Another CNRP Youth Summonsed Over Protest
  62. Prison Without Water Supply After Broken Pipe
  63. Jean-Baptiste Phou’s Brilliant Interpretation of Soth Polin’s Novel ‘L’anarchiste’
  64. Refugees Face Tough Times if Australia Deal Moves Ahead
  65. Rainsy Meets With Villagers From Land-Dispute Community
  66. Government Approves New Traffic Law
  67. Cambodia Garment Sector Small Fry for Suppliers
  68. Weeklong Indian Cinema Festival Underway
  69. Soldier Commits Suicide After Killing His Wife
  70. After Vietnam Raises Concern, Khmer Krom Community Resolute
  71. Man Arrested for Sexually Assaulting 5-Year-Old Girl
  72. Foreigners, Tourists to Pay More for Entry Visas
  73. Sixth Chinese Dam in Koh Kong Begins Test Phase
  74. Amid Credit Expansion, Riel Loans Minimal
  75. Police Chiefs to Receive Training in China
  76. Boeng Kak Activists Ask For Rice, Compensation
  77. Workers March to Ministry to Demand Backpay
  78. ANZ Refuses to Help Evictees of Senator’s Sugarcane Farm
  79. Five Who Sent Brides to China Jailed for Trafficking
  80. Khmer Rouge Tribunal Past, Future Under Spotlight at Debate
  81. Minor Parties Question Two-Party Control of Election Committee
  82. Rainsy Visits Lor Peang Villagers in Boeng Kak
  83. Six Charged Over Alleged Murder of Rubber Plantation Owner
  84. Vietnam Calls For Action on Flag Burning
  85. Festival Puts Youth in Touch With Their Cultural Roots
  86. Cambodia to Export 100K Tons of Rice to China
  87. Despite Police Blockade, KDC Villagers Reach Phnom Penh
  88. Gov’t Seeks Compensation for Victims of Building Collapse
  89. Minister Says Kidney Program is Not Secret
  90. Judge Questions CNRP Official; 3 Get Court Date
  91. Police Accused of Attacking Drivers in B’bang
  92. Trafficker Guilty Again; Jail Time Unchanged
  93. Four Tried for Drug Possession, Smuggling
  94. Khmer Krom Protests Conclude With Another Ultimatum
  95. Thai Human Rights Body Says Plantations Stole Land
  96. Kampuchea Krom Protests Speak to Larger Fears
  97. After $65M Deal, KrisEnergy in Familiar Position
  98. City Hall Lays Out Plan for Borei Keila Evictees
  99. Khmer Krom Protesters Burn Vietnamese Flag
  100. Man Arrested in Murder of Woman and Her Child
  101. On International Youth Day, Calls to End Graft
  102. Police Break Up Moto Laundering Racket
  103. China Gives $3M for Phnom Penh Surveillance System
  104. Fresh Arrests For Embattled KDC Villagers
  105. Confusion Surrounds Ministry’s Kidney Program
  106. French Autopsy Results Confirm Vallier Case Was Murder
  107. Multiple Positions, URC Cambodia
  108. Provincial Operation Support Coordinator
  109. Rubber Firm to Stop Marking Disputed Land
  110. Khmer Krom Test the Waters for Demonstration
  111. Chevron Bought Out of Oil Block for $65 Million
  112. Police Say Mistake Made, Kidney Transplants Legal
  113. Lawyer Says Court Won’t Question Lawmakers
  114. Soldier Shoots Relative Dead; Another Injures Bystander
  115. Protesting Families Demand Answers From ADB
  116. Sorya Drivers Resume Protest, Demand Jobs Back
  117. Students Who Failed Exam Get Second Chance
  118. Hun Sen Mocks Obama Over Airstrikes in Iraq
  119. Jailing of US Citizen Arbitrary And Unfair, Legal Experts Say
  120. Kratie Case Exposes Flaws in Land-Titling Scheme
  121. Man Claiming to Represent Hun Sen Arrested for Wire Fraud
  122. Unions, Factories Set Positions on Minimum Wage Raise
  123. Man Killed, 12 Injured in Latest Garment Worker Truck Crash
  124. Workers End Protest After Taking Sewing Machines
  125. Court to Question Lawmakers Over ‘Insurrection’
  126. Japanese Man Suspected of Trafficking Babies
  127. Khmer Krom to Resume Vietnam Embassy Campaign
  128. Hun Sen’s Son-in-Law Earns Promotion, Third Star
  129. Police Arrest 9 for Suspected Kidney Ring at Military Hospital
  130. Sihanoukville Struggles to Shake Its Seedy Image
  131. Assembly Rules Amended In First Bipartisan Sitting
  132. After Khmer Rouge Verdicts, Lawyers Fear Bias for Next Trial
  133. Villager Hit by Police Truck During Land Dispute Protest
  134. Battambang Villagers Ordered Off Local Businessman’s Land
  135. Young Lawyers Face a Future in Corrupt Courts
  136. Training Program Focuses On Treating Swallowing Disorder
  137. Laws Needed to Protect Rights Of LGBT People, Report Says
  138. Man Jailed for Claiming to Be the New Leader
  139. Farmers Set to Abandon Farmland, NGO Says
  140. K Chhnang Villagers Protest Arrests for 3rd Day
  141. NagaCorp Revenues Rise By 26 Percent Year on Year
  142. Charge, Sentence Reduced for Pedophile
  143. Purported ‘Buddha’ Blames Followers for Wealth, God-Like Status
  144. Representatives To Meet Over Factory Fire
  145. Hun Sen Issues Warning to CNRP as Activists Refused Bail
  146. Ex-Cadre, Victims Hail ‘a Good Day for the People’
  147. Nuon Chea, Khieu Samphan Found Guilty, Jailed for Life
  148. Exam Proctors Cry Foul as Ministry Stems Bribes
  149. Nuon Chea, Khieu Samphan Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity
  150. Cambodia to Bid on Philippine Rice Tender
  151. Slower Growth in China Could Trouble Cambodia
  152. Woman Shot Dead by Gunmen on Busy Street
  153. Judgment Day for Nuon Chea, Khieu Samphan
  154. Freedom Park Open as City ‘Returns to Normal’
  155. White-Robed Spiritual Leader Apologizes to Buddhist Monks
  156. Cambodian-American Arrested Over Anti-Gov’t Banner
  157. Migrants Skipping Gov’t Plan for Thai Alternative
  158. World Bank Blacklists Building Firm for Fraud
  159. Hun Sen Rebuffs Claims His Son to Take Over
  160. CNRP’s Plans in Opposition Break With the Past
  161. Razor Wire Comes Down Around Freedom Park
  162. National Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
  163. Consultancy: Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE) Specialist
  164. Multiple Positions
  165. Aiming to Boost Revenue, Farmers Turn to Pepper
  166. Accused Relics Thieves to Know Fate This Month
  167. One Family Settles Land Dispute, 2nd Holds Out
  168. ‘Fake’ Buddha’s Followers Defend His Teachings
  169. King Swears In Opposition Lawmakers
  170. Australian, 65, Arrested for Having Sex With Minors
  171. Observer Attacked, Students Faint on Final Day of Exam
  172. Partner NGOs Again in the Dark Over City’s Street Sweep
  173. Police Chief Questioned About Smuggling Rosewood
  174. Police Block Villagers’ March to Hun Sen’s House
  175. Villagers Take KDC Protest to Court
  176. Administration and Finance Assistant
  177. 2.2 Million Tourists Visit In First 6 Months
  178. Workers Get Loans After Fire, Vow More Protests
  179. Exam Cleaner, But Students Still Seek to Cheat
  180. Prime Minister Gives Graduates Class in Geopolitics 101
  181. ‘Fake’ Buddha Must Be Monitored, Hun Sen Says
  182. Former Khmer Rouge Commander Farewelled in Anlong Veng
  183. Market Tycoon Sent to Prison Over $140K Toilet Tax Dispute
  184. Jail Terms for Four in Mondolkiri Mining Fraud
  185. UK Urged to Help Improve Cambodia’s Factories
  186. Two Arrested Over Rape Of 14-Year-Old in Battambang
  187. Boeng Kak Evictees Protest at Singapore Embassy
  188. King to Swear CNRP Into Assembly Tuesday
  189. CNRP Lawmakers to Be Sworn Into Assembly on Tuesday
  190. Police Raid Villa, Discover Wild Bear and Tortoise
  191. Farmers Threaten ANZ With Protest, Demand Help
  192. Monk Claims Demotion Over Support of Protest
  193. Officials Remain Calm Despite Flood Deaths
  194. Former Khmer Rouge Rebel Commander Dies
  195. Deposit for Brides in China Called Into Question
  196. Family’s Bodyguard Charged in Child Abuse Case
  197. Some Plan to Cheat While Others Count On Blessings
  198. Three CNRP Youth Jailed as Deal Nears Completion
  199. Government to Freeze Bank Accounts of Four Tardy Tycoons
  200. Three CNRP Youth Leaders Arrested; One in Prey Sar
  201. Entrepreneurs Bring E-Commerce to Cambodia
  202. Staff of Suspended Factory Demand Wages
  203. Immunity a Sticking Point In CPP-CNRP Agreement
  204. Flooding Forces More Than Sixty Families From Homes
  205. Phnom Penh to Get New Water Treatment Plant
  206. Ministry Says It Is Making Efforts to Stop Abuse
  207. Villagers Blocked From Marching to Hun Sen’s House
  208. Man Claiming to Be Buddha Under Pressure to Explain Himself
  209. Local Businesswoman Arrested for Breach of Trust
  210. Villagers Summoned to Court Over KDC Clashes
  211. Guards Questioned for Alleged Rape, Confinement
  212. Enterprise Assessor /Advisor (NO-A)
  213. Rubber Exports Up, But Revenues Down
  214. Military Bosses Gift and Tell
  215. Agriculture Tycoon Claims Tigers Killed His Pigs
  216. Platoon Commander Removed For Alleged Wood Smuggling
  217. Workers Protest for Speedy Pay After Fire Destroys Factory
  218. Electoral Alliance Calls for Greater Transparency in Reform Talks
  219. Rainsy Sends Draft of New Constitution Chapter to Government
  220. Hun Sen’s Student Volunteer Land-Titling Program Under Fire
  221. Family Free After Alleged Abuse of Child Workers
  222. Recruitment Agencies Operate Without Oversight
  223. Opening Bridge, Hun Sen Reflects on City’s Growth
  224. Unions Want Arbitration Council Deal Renewed
  225. Police Given $50K for Keeping Order Post-Election
  226. Authorities to Enforce Expat Work Permits
  227. As Cambodia’s Financial Sector Grows, So Do Its Challenges
  228. Suspect Convicted for Selling Women Into Brothels
  229. Editor Pulled Gun Over Staff Quarrel, Colleague Says
  230. Abuse of Cambodian Women in China Increases Sevenfold
  231. Interior Ministry Agrees to Assess Vietnamese Immigration
  232. Chinese Factory Owners Living in a World Apart
  233. Defense Once Again Seeks Gov’t Witnesses at KR Tribunal
  234. Phnom Penh Program Manager
  235. Administrative Officer
  236. Direct Flights Start From Seoul to Sihanoukville
  237. Government Rolls Out New Agriculture Policy
  238. City Bus System to Get 40 Buses, 2 New Lines
  239. South Korean Embassy Defends Rubber Firm, But Villagers Want Its Help
  240. Official’s Son Arrested for Stealing, Pawning Car
  241. CPP, CNRP Accuse Each Other of Stalling Swearing-In
  242. New Hearings Set Wheels of KR Trial in Motion
  243. Fire-Ravaged Factory’s Former Owner to Give Workers Loans
  244. Kompong Cham Factory Ends Strike After Compromise
  245. Workers End Strike After Factory Makes Concessions
  246. Expats Drive Serviced Apartment Industry
  247. Thailand Seizes $300K of Siem Reap-Bound Ivory
  248. Villagers Call on Soldiers to Return Disputed Land
  249. Soldier Shoots, Kills 18-Year-Old in Argument With Farmers
  250. Deceived Migrant Worker Is Left Scrambling for a Refund