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  1. Soma Group and Thai Firm to Build Rice Mill
  2. Workers Take Contract Demands to Ministry
  3. Military Police Arrest Former Consul to Vietnam
  4. Chief Monk Defrocked for Drinking, Driving, Impersonating Police
  5. Hit and Run Kills 10-Year-Old Boy in Stung Treng
  6. UN Envoy Meets Employers Over Labor Unrest
  7. Indonesian Ambassador Recommends Female Police
  8. Businesswoman Arrested for Tying Up Employee
  9. Villager Charged After Blocking Land Clearance in Ratanakkiri
  10. Minister Dodges Illegal Logging Claims at National Assembly
  11. ‘Thugs’ Thwart CNRP’s Relief Effort on Border
  12. Multiple Positions at National Committee for Sub-National Democratic Development Secr
  13. Prey Lang Activists Bring Campaign to Phnom Penh
  14. Cambodia Delays Human Rights Hearing for One Week
  15. Cambodia Gains Ground in Latest Peace Index
  16. Two Cambodia Attractions in TripAdvisor’s Top 10
  17. Court Questions Tycoon in Dispute With His Brother
  18. Siem Reap Land Protest Draws Crowd of 1,000
  19. Return of Migrant Workers From Thailand Slows,
  20. Six Evicted Boeng Kak Families Strike Land Deal
  21. Palace Birthday Celebration for Queen Mother a Subdued Affair
  22. Slow Start for $42M Vietnamese-Backed Hospital
  23. Artist Seeks Funds for KR Evacuation Memorial
  24. City’s Teenagers Swept Up in Bubble Tea Boom
  25. Free Training Little Solace for Workers Back From Thailand
  26. Two Cambodian Temples Among World’s Top 10 Landmarks
  27. Dam-Affected Villagers Say Relocation Inadequate
  28. Regulator Wants qb, Smart Quarrel Resolved
  29. Four Arrested for Poisoning Death of Neighbor
  30. Dead Cambodian Peacekeepers Repatriated Wednesday
  31. Hun Sen Sick, Cancels High-Level Meetings in Bangladesh
  32. UN Envoy Is Optimistic Despite NEC’s Refusal to Reform
  33. No Word From Witnesses to Alleged Thai
  34. Illegal World Cup Betting Booms Despite Police Raids
  35. At Thai Border, Workers Speak Of Coordinated Raids, Extortion
  36. Study Details Sophisticated Temple-Looting Ring
  37. One More Dead as Cambodians Flee Thailand Via Koh Kong
  38. UN Envoy Optimistic After Meeting With Election Chief
  39. National Programme Manager
  40. The CNRP’s Goal Is to Build People Power, National Institutions
  41. Boeng Kak Activists Protest With Blood Money
  42. Sluggish Stock Exchange Lists 2nd Company
  43. Stung Treng Villagers Storm Forestry Office, Reclaim Vehicles
  44. Domestic Workers March on Ministry
  45. Court Questions Union Leader a Second Time
  46. Subedi Talks Migrant Workers, Wages, Union Law
  47. After Meeting, Garment Sector a Step Closer to Yearly Raises
  48. Chinese Company’s Bulldozers, Tractors Set Alight
  49. Preserving Metal With a Mind Toward the Future
  50. Poipet Becomes Aid Camp as Migrants Flood In
  51. Somaly Mam Foundation Plans to Change Its Name
  52. Grand Twins Becomes First Private Firm Listed on CSX
  53. Cambodia’s Davis Cup Squad See Mixed Results in Tehran
  54. ‘Cambodia’s Next Top Model’ Starts Shooting
  55. Military Police Officer Admits His Vehicle Killed Two People
  56. Programme Officer
  57. Military Police Shoot Man Outside Motion Nightclub
  58. Tycoon Sent to Prison After Complaint
  59. Six Arrested For Bulldozing Flooded Forest Area
  60. Future of Displaced Kratie Farmers Still Unclear
  61. Despite Employer’s Concessions, Workers Vow to Continue Protest
  62. Exodus From Thailand Claims Six Cambodians
  63. Monks Protest Developer’s Construction on
  64. Exhibition By Dutch Photographer Delves Into Cambodia’s Fragile Natural World
  65. Labor Minister Says 43,000 Workers Back From Thailand
  66. Exhibit Features French Sketch Artist’s Scenes of Cambodia
  67. H&M, ILO Form New Industrial Relations Initiative
  68. After Investigation, Canadia Says Fake Notes ‘Impossible’
  69. New Research Presented to Help Locals Understand Violence
  70. Phones Go Up In Flames at Prey Sar Prison
  71. Villagers Claim Soldiers Hired to Prevent Planting
  72. Teenagers Set to Perform New Contemporary Dance
  73. Ocean Factory Dispute Headed to Arbitration Council
  74. Human Resources Manager
  75. Alleged Thieves Steal From Transport Company
  76. Officials Protect Private Company’s Machines
  77. March Blocked as Factory Protest Continues
  78. Internet Firm Inks Fiber Optic Deal
  79. Cambodia’s Gems Retain Sheen for Chinese
  80. Canadia Investigating Fake $100 ‘Hell Notes’
  81. City Hall Puts End to Street Sweep Campaign
  82. Controversial Judiciary Laws Pass in Senate Without Debate
  83. Gov’t Moves to Assist Workers Fleeing Thailand
  84. Party Talks to End Assembly Boycott Hit Additional Hurdles
  85. Three Tons of Illicit Medicine Seized in Raid
  86. New Guidelines Aim to Protect Women, Children
  87. As World Cup Kicks Off, Punters Bet Over Coffee
  88. Workers at Box Factory March for Wage Raise
  89. MFI and Insurance Firm Partner Up
  90. As Jewelry Fair Nears, Industry Losing Its Sparkle
  91. Nigerian Woman Gets 25 Years for Drug Smuggling
  92. More Than 90 Tons of Fish Dead After Storm in Kompong Thom
  93. Cambodia-Bound Ivory Intercepted in Hong Kong
  94. Illegal Logging Forum Banned in Preah Vihear
  95. City Looks to Overhaul Traffic Light System
  96. 23 Girls Faint en Masse at Kompong Cham School
  97. Cambodia Wins Seat on ILO Governing Body
  98. Phone Scam Promises Gov’t Positions for Cash
  99. NGOs Say Vagrant Sweep ‘One Big Mess’
  100. Deputy Editor, The Cambodia Daily
  101. Mu Sochua Returns to Freedom Park
  102. Vattanac Capital Tower Open for Tenants
  103. Bilateral Trade With Malaysia Up 17.6 Percent
  104. Factory Shuts Down, Doesn’t Pay Salaries
  105. University Talk Focuses on Sex Crimes, KR Legacy
  106. Thousands of Workers Being Kicked Out of Thailand
  107. Roundup of Vagrants Begins; Numbers Kept Secret
  108. Families
  109. Government Pushes Ahead With Study of Koh Kong Dam
  110. Officials Fail to Show as Land Claims Grow
  111. Hun Sen Offers TV Station Carrot to CNRP
  112. Scraping Out a Living in Pailin’s Spent Gem Mines
  113. Communication, Advocacy and Information Management Officer
  114. National Communications Officer
  115. Plan International Cambodia, Multiple Positions
  116. Communications/Reporting Intern (Native English Speaker)
  117. Native English Teacher
  118. Legal Advisor-Ending Violence Against Women
  119. Wing Misses Goal to Add More Xpress Kiosks
  120. US Launches $20M School Food Program
  121. Phnom Penh District Governors Officially Appointed
  122. Iconic English Automaker Rolls Into Cambodia
  123. Kingdom Breweries Up For Sale
  124. ANZ, MFI Partner to Bridge Financial Sectors
  125. Reporter Drops Threat Complaint, Court Says
  126. Ministry Breaks Ground on New Location
  127. Robber Killed After Armed Gang Terrorizes Family
  128. Hun Sen Holds Meeting Amid Rumors of Ill Health
  129. Evictees Reject Latest Settlement Offer From UK Sugar Firm
  130. City Hall Orders Curbs On Beggars
  131. Man Acquitted Over Anti-Vietnamese Mob Killing
  132. Despite Canceled CNRP Rally, CPP Supporters Protest in Pailin
  133. Appearance of Hun Sen Quashes Rumors
  134. Kingdom Breweries Up for Sale
  135. Rolls-Royce Names Official Dealer in Cambodia
  136. Phnom Penh City Hall Hoping to Turn Garbage Into Electricity
  137. Cambodia’s Gov’t Should Promote Political Participation
  138. For Cambodian Artists, a Dance Performance for Present Times
  139. Government Denies Rumors of Hun Sen Stroke
  140. French Man Arrested for Injuring Two, Driving Drunk
  141. Hundreds More Register for Kratie Concession
  142. Gov’t Says Female Officers Wanted at Protests
  143. National Police Planning to Establish Its Own Newspaper
  144. Two Military Police Officers Dead After Crash With SUV
  145. Compensation off the Table as Hit and Run Heads to Court
  146. CNRP Nixes Tour of Former KR Towns Over Security Fears
  147. Rolls-Royce Set to Enter Cambodia; ANZ to Partner With MFI
  148. After Budget Cuts, Institut Francais Looks to Rebuild
  149. For Indigenous Minorities, a Newfound Fear in the Forests
  150. Ocean Staff Double-Down on Wage Demands
  151. Vietnam’s Fish Industry Dominates in Cambodia
  152. Hospital Urges Women to Check for Breast Cancer
  153. Value of Imported Goods From Thailand Jumps 14 Percent
  154. Council of Ministers Calls Press Conference to Slam Rainsy
  155. For Visiting Indonesian Pianist, a Focus on the Language of Music
  156. Government Officials Meet Railway Evictees
  157. Cambodia Called Out For Extrajudicial Killings
  158. CNRP Leaders to Tour Former KR Strongholds
  159. Cambodian Government Must Reform Land Rights Laws
  160. Villagers Ask for Road Works Before Rainy Season
  161. Gov’t Seizes 4 Boats for Breaking Dredging Ban
  162. Illegal Checkpoint Crew Freed, Vow to End Scam
  163. Kompong Cham Official Arrested Over Drug Paraphernalia
  164. Garment Workers Vow to Continue Protesting
  165. Foreign Ministry Says No Thai ‘Red Shirt’ Resistance in Cambodia
  166. Families Claim Intimidation in Land Dispute
  167. Gov’t, Activists Have Different Take on World Environment Day
  168. Sesan II Reservoir a Laundry for Illegal Timber
  169. Thai Press Says Junta Is Hunting Fugitive Jakrapob
  170. Protests in Phnom Penh on World Environment Day
  171. Fifth Alleged Anonymous Hacker Charged
  172. Live Music to Cover Silent Film at Closing of Film Festival
  173. E-Commerce Law Goes Ahead With WB Funding
  174. Hit-and-Run Killer Found but Not Identified
  175. Mounting Criticism as Refugee Deal Nears
  176. Teenager Charged for Hacking Government Site
  177. Accused Deny Duping Villagers Out of Social Land Concession
  178. Kompong Thom Police Arrest 7 in Illegal Checkpoint Racket
  179. CNRP Verbally Attacks CPP at Kampuchea Krom Ceremony
  180. After Somaly Mam Resigns, Trafficking NGOs Anxious
  181. Ban Turns E-Cigarettes Into Back-Alley Trade
  182. Minister Blasts Finland Over Heng Pov Visa
  183. Battambang Children to Be Flown to Brazil for World Cup
  184. Ministry Should Improve Public Schools, Not Close Private Ones
  185. How Universities Can Help Improve the Quality of Education
  186. Former Mfone Employees Demand Severance Pay
  187. Workers’ March Blocked in Ocean Factory Dispute
  188. Group Accused of Relics Theft to Be Questioned
  189. Gov’t Looking to Renegotiate Toll Railway Deal
  190. Ancient Statues Reunited on Cambodian Soil
  191. Shops Unfazed by Annual Bootleg DVD Crush
  192. Allegations of Death Threats After Illegal Logging Reports
  193. Man Arrested Trying to Send Women to Australia for Marriage
  194. Rice Exports Inch Higher As Thailand Ups Imports
  195. China Construction Spending Up in 1st 4 Months
  196. Police File Complaint Over Hit-and-Run Investigation
  197. Weather Warning Announced as Rainy Season Begins
  198. Villagers Block Machines in Long-Running Land Dispute
  199. Young Painters Win Art Contest, Trip to Philippines
  200. Two Accused Over Suspected Fake Shower Lotion
  201. Police Thwart Cross-Border Foray by Group of Thai Farmers
  202. South Korea Denies Asking Gov’t to Stop Strike
  203. Maids Still Missing as Deal With Malaysia Nears
  204. Minorities Tell of Suffering Under Khmer Rouge
  205. Authorities Pass Buck as Hit-and-Run Investigation Stalls
  206. Governments of South Korea, Iran, Make Renewed Aid Pledges
  207. The Lost Spirit
  208. Khmer Rouge Sexual Violence on Minorities Spotlighted
  209. Two Performances Promise to Challenge Audience, Dancers
  210. Private Schools to Face Tougher Regulations
  211. Two Drown After Car Plunges Off End of Ferry
  212. Military Protests New Thai Fence Near Preah Vihear Border
  213. Thai ‘Red Shirts’ to Launch Foreign Resistance
  214. Two Maids to Be Sent Home From Malaysia
  215. Farmers Return to Kratie After Land Concession
  216. At City’s 2,500-Riel Shops, Its Buyers Beware
  217. Convicts Emerge From Prison With Activist Zeal
  218. Two Killed in Hit and Run Accident Involving State Vehicle
  219. Seven People Dead After Descending Well to Save Others
  220. Fire Causes Customers To Flee Karaoke Club
  221. 25 Found Guilty But Released From Prison
  222. Paintings Provide Glimpse of Post-Angkorian Life
  223. Accused Fraudster Announces New Project
  224. Kratie Farmers Accept Government Land Offer
  225. Council of Ministers Approves Insurance Law
  226. Group Puts Focus on Children Behind Bars
  227. 25 Found Guilty for Roles in Garment Protests; Sentences Suspended
  228. Nearly 100 Workers Collapse in Mass Garment Factory Fainting
  229. Couple Gets Daughters Back From Shelter
  230. One Factory Strike Ends, Another Continues
  231. Rice Farmers Neglected Amid Exports Push
  232. Gov’t Adviser Files Suit Against Fraud Accusers
  233. As Verdicts Loom in 25 Protest Related Cases, Acquittals Sought
  234. Film Festival Returns to Celebrate Classics
  235. Khmer Rouge Tribunal Judgment Due in August
  236. Villagers Defy Ban, March to Gov’t Buildings
  237. Woman Arrested for Selling Girl’s Virginity
  238. Y Chhien to Be Replaced as Pailin Governor
  239. Somaly Mam Steps Down After Exposé
  240. Stung Treng Villagers Caught in Forestry Racket
  241. Ocean Garment Workers On Strike After Factory Halts Operations
  242. Gov’t Says It Will Only Take Willing Refugees
  243. Three Foreign Nationals Jailed for Smuggling Heroin
  244. Somaly Mam Resigns Following Articles Exposing Fabrications
  245. Vendors Hit as Price of Thai Durian Imports Rise
  246. VOD Files Complaints Over Attack on Reporter
  247. Villagers Vow to Defy Fresh Ban on Marches
  248. Lawyers Call for Arrest of Investment Scammer
  249. Grand Twins Again Delays Bourse Listing
  250. Looted Ancient Bhima Statue Arrives Back in Cambodia