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  1. OCIC Demolishes Villagers’ Shacks in Chroy Changva
  2. Contracts Officer (L2)
  3. China’s Rice Market up for Grabs Due to ‘Unsuitable’ Land
  4. Australia Calls Refugee-Deal Talks ‘Frustrating’
  5. Union Leader to Appear in Court Over Demonstrations
  6. Police Arrest 16 Loggers Coming From Thailand
  7. Cambodian-American Developer Cleared
  8. Guard Says She Struck Man, Paid for Injuries
  9. Cnrp
  10. Gov’t Spokesman Wants Critical Article Explained
  11. Don Sahong Protest Cruise Thwarted by City Hall
  12. Escaped Prisoners Evade Capture, Head West
  13. Colleague Suspected in Plantation Supervisor’s Murder
  14. Vote Set for Election Committee Amendment
  15. Monks Threatened With Expulsion for Sheltering Villagers
  16. Trio Arrested for Fake Gov’t Documents, Stamps
  17. Ex-Officials Tell of Free Trade Union’s Demise
  18. The White Building Is Still Significant and Should Be Saved
  19. The White Building Is Still Significant and Should Be Saved
  20. Program Manager
  21. Two Jobs
  22. Multiple Jobs
  23. Development Watch Program Manager and Program Officer
  24. Individual Consultancy
  25. Royal Group Says Airline Still Alive Despite Shake-Up
  26. Bike-Makers Get Leeway, But Face EU Probe
  27. Researchers Detained After Visit to Resettlement Community
  28. Journalist Extortion Case Resurfaces in Kompong Chhnang
  29. Adhoc to Appeal to Gov’t for Help in Shooting Case
  30. Police Commander’s Death Settled Out of Court
  31. Three Arrested for Smuggling Wood; 4th Escapes
  32. Police Describe Role in Swede’s Hacking Trial
  33. Sickle-Wielding Landowner Faces Down Police
  34. Chinese Plantation Supervisor Murdered
  35. Businesses Must Pay Property Tax by October
  36. As Banking Sector Booms, Overbanking Looms
  37. Police Decry Dropped Investigation Against Former Colleague
  38. Two-Party Talks on New NEC Law Move Forward
  39. Shelters for Trafficking, Abuse Victims Given New Rules
  40. After Mass Firing, Union Considers New Protests
  41. Phnom Penh Police Bust 2 Cockfighting Rings
  42. Court Tries Cafe Owners for Pimping Waitresses
  43. Hun Sen Warns Kem Sokha to ‘Be Careful’
  44. Corruption, Impunity Rule in Cambodia: Report
  45. Rice Farmers Ink Deal to Export to Europe and US
  46. Shandong Airlines to Fly Direct to Cambodia
  47. Estimated $900K Damage After Factory Blaze
  48. Artist Tells a Story of Power, Poverty Through City’s Traffic
  49. Gov’t Bans Alcohol Ads in Effort to Reduce Traffic Deaths
  50. Activist Monk to Be Tried Along With Alleged Terrorist
  51. Six Australian Tourists Injured in Pagoda Railing Collapse
  52. Villagers Summonsed Over KDC Complaints
  53. NGOs Call for White Building Inspection Report
  54. City Steps Up Sweep of Street People for Holiday
  55. Two Charged Over Stung Treng Meth Bust
  56. Police Chief Buys Way Out Of Murder Case
  57. For Mentally Ill Man, Justice Served Without Mercy
  58. Back to Abstract
  59. A Busy Week at Court Expected for Union Leader Ath Thorn
  60. About 100 Take Khmer Krom Cause to Freedom Park
  61. Released CNRP Youth Called Back to Court
  62. Firm Calls Fraud Case a ‘Misunderstanding’
  63. Governor Contradicts Himself on White Building
  64. Villagers Say Dredging a Danger, Disturbance
  65. Man Accused of Stabbing Sister-in-Law to Death
  66. Ex-Soldier at Large After Phnom Penh Shooting
  67. Rubber Firm Guard
  68. Gov’t Defends Its Handling of Brides in China
  69. Gov’t Gives Little Help to Abused Brides in China
  70. Creating a Common Language for Nation’s Deaf
  71. US
  72. Majority of Fired Bus Drivers Strike a Deal
  73. Two-Star General Calls for Hun Sen to Censure Keo Remy
  74. Proposal Aims to Bring Workers’ Voices to Negotiating Table
  75. Borei Keila Reps Want In On Housing Talks
  76. Hun Sen Gives Motos, Cash, Computers to ‘A’ Students
  77. Law Enforcement Technical Advisor
  78. Communications Manager
  79. Project Coordinator (Consultancy)
  80. The White Building Is Still Significant and Should Be Saved
  81. Cash-Strapped S’ville Casino Looks to Expand
  82. Cambodia Slips in Global Competitiveness Index
  83. Villagers Pushed to Accept Land Deal From KDC
  84. Labor Unions Soften Minimum Wage Demand
  85. As Two Prisons Are Built, Use of Funds Is Questioned
  86. Gov’t Urges Sauce Makers to Increase Iron Content
  87. Group Calls for Charges Against Unionists to Be Dropped
  88. National Audit Authority Moves After Land Swap
  89. Workers Strike Again After Ultimatum
  90. Tuk-Tuk Drivers on the Outside Looking In
  91. Phnom Penh Players Back
  92. Seven Charged Over Gang Rape of Teenage Girl
  93. British Pedophile’s Hearing Postponed After Erratic Outburst
  94. Ex-Soldier Sprays Market With Bullets in Former KR Town
  95. City Hall Backtracks Amid White Building Outcry
  96. New TV Series Takes On Sexual-Health Taboos
  97. Choreographer’s Disciples Set to Stage New Classical Dances
  98. Century 21 to Open in Cambodia
  99. Officials Review Vietnam’s ‘Golden Air Route’
  100. In Video Recording, KR Tribunal Judge Calls Court ‘Fairish’
  101. Thailand Arrests 33 Cambodians for Illegal Logging
  102. Tenants of White Building in Dark on Demolition
  103. Census Used to Identify Those Without Work Permits
  104. ADB Gives Update on Aid for Railway Families
  105. US-Cambodian Businessman Jailed in $1M Fraud Case
  106. Hun Sen Blames
  107. Fishing Village Pins Hopes on Abattoir Cash Cow
  108. Medical Coordinator
  109. Medical Doctors
  110. Technical Proposal and Report Writer
  111. Multiple Jobs, URC Cambodia
  112. National Communications Officer
  113. National Consultant
  114. Credit Bureau Says Loans to Top $14B by 2020
  115. Task Force Needed to Iron Out Logistics Snags
  116. ECCC Struggles to Dispose of ‘Extra’ Charges Against Leaders
  117. Court Questions 7 Vietnamese Suspects in Unprovoked Attack
  118. Union Leaders Charged Over Nationwide Protests
  119. More Vietnamese Arrested as Foreigner Census Continues
  120. Court Questions Company Boss For Using Hun Many’s Name
  121. Casualties From Old Ordnance Pass 2013 Total
  122. Protest Continues as Shoe Factory Spurns Talks
  123. Historic White Building to Be Demolished
  124. ?Thailand Is Stable After Coup, General Says
  125. After Attack, Protesters Demand Release of Injured Teen
  126. Anti-Eviction Activists Band Together at City Hall
  127. Prime Minister Says Test Scores Warning to Students
  128. Hun Sen Gives Hope to Villagers in Land Fight
  129. Bus-Line Expansion in Phnom Penh Begins
  130. Gov’t to Spend $56M on Childhood Development
  131. Thousands Strike Over Pay at Kompong Cham Garment Factory
  132. Critics Blast Plan to Pit Troops Against Protesters
  133. Parliamentarians Promise End to KDC Land Row
  134. Sihanoukville Construction Sites Scaled Back
  135. Villagers Protest Against Businesswoman’s Gifts
  136. In Stung Treng Province, Communities Fell their Forests Before They are Washed Away
  137. Court Charges Brothers With Torture of Thief
  138. CNRP, Comfrel Call For Delay to New Voter List
  139. Villagers Hand Out Leaflets in Fight With Sugar Firm
  140. Workers in Kompong Chhnang End Protest
  141. Police Destroy Mountaintop Marijuana Farms
  142. After Prolonged Protest, Villagers Win Back Land
  143. Former US
  144. Tea Banh Says More Soldiers are Headed for Phnom Penh
  145. Preah Vihear on the Agenda for Visiting Thai General
  146. Sales Executive
  147. Internship in Digital Media
  148. Second Chance Awaits 75% Who Failed Exam
  149. Land Dispute Victims Continue to Press Case in Phnom Penh
  150. KR Prison Survivor Recounts Purges Under Ta An
  151. Lor Peang Villagers Bailed After CPP Lawmaker’s Intercession
  152. Brothers Torture Teenage Coconut Thief, Post Pictures to Facebook
  153. Unions Must Have Factory Sign-Off to Register New Branches
  154. Need to Improve Knowledge of Arrest Rights, Lessen Use of Force
  155. Gov’t Must Probe ‘Enforced’ Disappearance: UN
  156. Rice Paddy Bank Opens to Stabilize Supply
  157. Rainsy to Lobby ADB Over Railway Concerns
  158. Singaporean Embassy Condemns Egging by Protesters
  159. Two Found Guilty of Sex Trafficking Deaf Girl
  160. Census Continues; Vietnamese Receive Immigration Papers
  161. Man Arrested With Stash Of Fake Shower Gel
  162. Ratanakkiri Police Nab Drug Smuggler in Operation
  163. ‘Perfect’ Military Police Honored With Cash
  164. Health Ministry To Move in Deal With Yeay Phu
  165. Researchers Probe Alleged KR Island Massacre
  166. KDC Workers Petition Against the Release of Five Villagers
  167. Cambodia’s Rice Exports to European Union Soar
  168. Lawmakers Told to Act on Gender Disparity
  169. ACU Chief Applauds Teachers, Threatens Jail Time at 2nd Exam
  170. Nearly 200 Migrant Workers Duped Out of $260
  171. Cambodia, US Share Concerns Over Lao Dam
  172. Boeng Kak Protesters Egg Embassy, Ex-Governor’s Photo
  173. Monkeys Sent to US
  174. Work Permits Now Required for Foreigners
  175. CPP Blocks Opposition Commission Selections
  176. Guards Move Batons Aside in Rare Show of Benevolence
  177. Event Manager, Second Cambodian Rice Festival
  178. Kem Sokha Says CNRP Supports Term Limits for Prime Ministers
  179. Hopeful Taiwanese Investors Unfazed by Politics
  180. Bus Staff Hold Counterprotest Against Drivers
  181. Corruption an Inescapable Reality for SMEs
  182. Villager Says CPP Lawmaker Reneges on Deal
  183. Man Arrested, Charged for Stabbing Royal Guard
  184. Witnesses Questioned on TV Station Gun Incident
  185. New Assembly Leadership Sits Following CPP Theatrics
  186. In Rural Kandal Province, an Industrial Hub Rises
  187. Report Calls for Foreign Teacher Trainers, Higher Salaries
  188. Art to Think On
  189. Families Demand Information From ADB
  190. Smartphone Software to Help Rice Farmers
  191. Two Arrested for Rape of 17-Year-Old Girl
  192. Argentina Asks for Cambodian Support on Debt
  193. Battambang Families to Petition Prime Minister
  194. Lor Peang Villagers March to Justice Ministry, National Assembly
  195. National Assembly to Select Parliamentary Commission Heads
  196. Interpol Joins Probe of Suspected Baby-Trafficking Ring
  197. Police Arrest Sixteen in Stung Treng Drug Bust
  198. Residents Say 7NG Is Buying Up White Building
  199. Amid Overcrowding, Inmates Build New Prison
  200. Multiple Positions, Engineering World Health
  201. Head of Sales Division
  202. Health Equity Fund (HEF) Finance Assistant
  203. Senior Program Manager, Australian Embassy
  204. Body of Maid Found in Suspected Rape-Murder
  205. Ice Bucket Challenge Spreads to CPP Progeny
  206. Timber Dealer Accuses Firms Of Fraud, Wants Hun Sen’s Help
  207. University Program Cultivates Local Researchers
  208. Buildings Near Sihanoukville Beach Targeted for Demolition
  209. Foreigner Census Begins; Official Tours Vietnamese Communities
  210. Villagers Petition Against Allegedly Corrupt Chief
  211. Hard-Pressed Funcinpec to Move Headquarters
  212. Factories Ask Gov’t to Punish Strike Leaders
  213. In Final Report, UN Envoy Sees Progress on Human Rights
  214. Three CNRP Youth Freed On Bail
  215. Land-Dispute Villagers Protest Outside Cabinet Meeting
  216. Government Revokes Contract for Takeo Resort Development
  217. Rubber Giant to Hear Villagers’ Complaints
  218. Researchers Attempt to Ease Racial Tensions
  219. Japanese Delegation Offers Lawmakers Assistance in Electoral Reform Process
  220. Hun Sen Congratulates Chan-Ocha on Election
  221. NGO Coalition Blasts Refugee Deal Secrecy
  222. Live Cattle Deal Between Australia, Cambodia
  223. Cambodia Bayon Airlines Marks Official Opening
  224. Google Launches Street View in Cambodia
  225. Prime Minister Condemns US
  226. Hun Sen Announces Raises for Teachers, Nurses
  227. Lawmaker Urges Land Dispute Villagers to Go Home
  228. Prime Minister Calls Land Dispute Critic a ‘Stupid Boy’
  229. Gov’t Says 660,000 Workers Now in Thailand
  230. Ministries to Tighten Checks on Foreign Workers
  231. Police Arrest Three Villagers Over Decade-Old Land Row
  232. Striking Factory Workers Thwart Police Arrests
  233. Fine Line Separates Activists, Citizen Journalists
  234. Cambodia to See Biggest GDP Gain From AEC
  235. Book Profiles Lives of Cambodia’s Prime Ministers
  236. Rival Orphanage Programs Get Shut Down
  237. Boy, 15, Rapes and Kills 3-Year-Old Neighbor
  238. Police, Officials Quiz Villagers After Protest in Phnom Penh
  239. Unions Say Gov’t Blocking Branch Registrations
  240. Official Rejects Vietnam’s Reports of Punishment for Flag Burners
  241. US Chief of Pacific Command Meets With RCAF Commander
  242. Wealthy Family Denies Torturing Their Workers
  243. First Agriculture Census Gives Planners New Tool
  244. Cambodia Community Justice Assistance Partnership, Capital Works Adviser
  245. CPP Senator Denies Ties to Sugar Plantations
  246. Hun Sen’s Growth Estimate Met With Skepticism
  247. Gov’t Says Workplace Injuries on the Rise, Reforms Needed
  248. Garment Workers at Two Factories Go on Strike for More Pay
  249. Judge Orders Interior Ministry to Reinvestigate Vallier Case
  250. ACU Calls in Officials Over Pepper Shakedown