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  1. Military Police Officer Puts Gun to Head of District Governor
  2. Lawyers Say ‘Grave Breaches’ Must Be Dropped
  3. Stung Treng Timber Haul Double Permitted Amount
  4. Chinese Flee Vietnam Riots Into Cambodia
  5. Maids Set to Work Abroad, But Safety Fears Linger
  6. Crown Academy Embark Upon China’s Asia Champions Journey
  7. Education Official Promises to Repay Shortchanged Teachers
  8. Women Targeted at Protests, Rapporteur Says
  9. Caltex Strike Continues as Others Grow Envious
  10. Man Arrested for Chinese Businesswoman’s Murder
  11. Rainsy Sends CPP Senator Warning at Rally
  12. 17 Families Reject Payout From Minister’s Wife
  13. Country’s First Japanese News Website Launched
  14. Museum Says Hanuman Statue Not From Koh Ker
  15. KNLF Member Arrested With Banned Books
  16. As Free Man, Polonsky Plans Tourism Mecca
  17. Officials Accused of Embezzling Teachers’ Salaries
  18. Tourism Sector Outstrips Skilled Workforce
  19. Rights Worker Threatened by Khun Sear Guards
  20. Bodyguard Unit Official Implicated in Hit-and-Run
  21. Subdued Affair Marks Holy Buddhist Holiday
  22. IFC Official to Start Mediation Between Families, Rubber Firm
  23. Year-on-Year Dengue Cases Drop Sharply
  24. Bans Violate Election Law Right to Campaign, Comfrel Says
  25. Baby Formula Brands Place Profit Above Health
  26. After Strong Start, City Bus’ Future Unclear
  27. Stung Treng Authorities Seize Illegal Thnong Wood Shipment
  28. Opposition Calls On 20,000 to March in Phnom Penh
  29. Battambang Official Files Campaign Complaint Against CNRP
  30. Kandal Court May Release Men Charged With Odong Relic Theft
  31. Provincial Governors Get RCAF Promotions
  32. Singers Killed as Truck Carrying Band Crashes
  33. CPP-Friendly Businessman Launches Newspaper
  34. Caltex Workers Launch Strike In Phnom Penh
  35. Illegal Wood Exports to China Tripled in 2013
  36. Court Temporarily Halts Lease Transfer for Victory Beach
  37. HRW Says Trial of Stung Meanchey Pair ‘Flawed’
  38. Villagers in Svay Rieng Angry Over Planned Canal
  39. Down to Earth
  40. We Need to Discuss How Corruption Negatively Affects Students
  41. Tax Revenue up 9.5 Percent in First Quarter
  42. Government Says 3.4 Million Land Titles Issued
  43. Ivory Haul Investigation Kept Under Wraps
  44. No Clubs Near Schools, Council of Ministers Says
  45. Union Leader Ready to Pay Bulk of Bail
  46. Another Three Textile Union Reps Arrested
  47. Two Cambodian Deminers Die in Battambang Minefield
  48. Government Spokesman Summons Student Over Facebook Post
  49. Fifth Bail Request Denied for Vorn Pao, 20 Other Detained Men
  50. Massive Ivory Haul Seized in Sihanoukville
  51. RCAF Plates Still Widely Used, Despite Ban
  52. Family of Dave Walker Says Evidence Points To Murder
  53. CNRP, K Chhnang Governor File Dueling Election Complaints
  54. Memories of Khmer Rouge Regime Explored in Musical Works
  55. For Union Leader on Run, Militant Attitude Prevails
  56. Report Shows Workforce Still Lacks Skills
  57. Insurance Companies Set Fire Premium Floor Rate
  58. Court Finds Four Guilty in Two Human Trafficking Cases
  59. Turkish Man Arrested for Buying Children’s Virginity
  60. In Siem Reap, CNRP Supporters Are Joyous, Leaders Vitriolic
  61. Cambodian Red Cross Sets New Record in Annual Funding Drive
  62. Baby of Slain Dutch Woman Dies in Hospital
  63. Party of Ideas Resigned to Fate in Council Vote
  64. Governors of Preah Sihanouk, Ratanakkiri and Pursat Replaced
  65. Gov’t Played Politics With Land in 2013: Adhoc
  66. Murdered Dutch Woman’s Baby Dies in Bangkok Hospital
  67. Sorya Drivers Called to Court Over Intimidation, Defamation
  68. Government Wants Money for Use of .kh Suffix
  69. Police Net 5 Cubic Meters of Luxury Wood in Raid
  70. Helmet Use Means Huge Savings, Study Finds
  71. Lawyer Who Paid for Sex With Boy Avoids Jail
  72. Man Charged Over Alleged $1M Note Scam
  73. Survey Says Firms Confident Despite Deadlock
  74. Opposition Officials Receive Death Threats
  75. Friends of Dave Walker Concerned Over Lack of Investigation
  76. Gov’t Failing to Implement Fake Milk Law
  77. Rubber Firm Accused of Illegal Logging Puts Work on Hold
  78. Two More Looted Statues Set to Be Returned
  79. Six Unionists Charged With Incitement After Roadblock
  80. In Northwest, CNRP Resumes Campaign Attacks on CPP
  81. After 2nd Adjournment, Speedy Trial for 23 Protesters Unlikely
  82. Cambodian Players Selected To Play for Asean All-Star Team
  83. Survivor Against Inscribing Names of All S-21 Victims
  84. Khieu Samphan Hospitalized, Appeals Scope of Case
  85. Man, Boy Killed, Children Injured by Lightning
  86. Two Military Officers Killed, Two Seriously Injured in Collision
  87. Illegal Vietnamese Fishermen Caught in Nighttime Operation
  88. Families Petition City Hall Over Wall Built in Road
  89. Garment Protest Trial Defendants Deny Charges
  90. Protests See Some
  91. Union Says Three Workers Arrested Over Wing Star Protest
  92. City Hall Security Guards Tear Up Petition at Land Rights Protest
  93. Internet Speeds in Cambodia Faster Than Others in Region
  94. Candidates Vie to Head New Rice Federation
  95. Two Hackers Who Allegedly Targeted Gov’t Site Charged
  96. Journalists Garner Support, Monks Silent in Wake of Attacks
  97. Tourist Arrivals to Cambodia Increase
  98. One Man Dead, 2 Injured In Mine Explosion
  99. Opposition Councilors Bemoan Ministry Directive
  100. CNRP Again Campaigns on Secret CPP Defections
  101. Forensics Team Completes Autopsy on Canadian
  102. Protest Planned for 2nd Day Of Garment Protest Trials
  103. CNRP Activist Detained Over Political VCDs
  104. Modest Campaign Plans for CPP, Funcinpec
  105. More Evidence Points to Murder in Vallier Case
  106. Families Ask Hun Sen for Help to Reclaim Farms
  107. Aeon Microfinance Booms With Mall on Horizon
  108. Back in Town
  109. Counting Calories
  110. CNRP to Investigate Digging at Battambang Bridge
  111. Suspect in Dutch Woman’s Murder Charged
  112. Gov’t Dismisses Judicial Reform Concerns
  113. Ministry Fails to Settle Fears Over Koh Kong Dam
  114. Injured to File Complaints Over Crackdown
  115. Chinese Woman Stabbed to Death in Pur Senchey
  116. Anonymous Claims Hack of Cellcard, Vows More Attacks
  117. Gov’t Official Among Three Bailed After Alleged Gang Rape
  118. Monk Charged With Raping Girl, 8
  119. European Diversity to Be Celebrated at EU Festival
  120. Five People Arrested in Anti-Trafficking Raid
  121. Military Stops CNRP Rally in K Cham
  122. UN Human Rights Official Wraps Visit, ‘Saddened’ by Violence
  123. Violence, Dancing Bookend First Campaign Day
  124. Twenty-One Men Detained After Strikes Seek Bail for Fifth Time
  125. Experts to Study Remains of Canadian Journalist
  126. Inconsistencies Emerge as Woman’s Murderer Questioned
  127. Father Charged for Attempting to Bury His Newborn Alive
  128. Amnesty International Urges Gov’t to Scrap Asylum Seeker Plans
  129. Two Members of Hacking Group Anonymous Arrested
  130. Two More Anonymous Hackers Arrested
  131. Six Lightning Deaths, Dozens Of Homes Destroyed in Storms
  132. Labor Minister Says Solution to Bavet Strike in the Works
  133. Time for Asian Development Bank to Rethink Displacing the Poor
  134. Teen Murders Neighbor Over Banana Tree Dispute
  135. Anti-Corruption Unit Charges Takeo Official With Embezzlement
  136. Hackers’ Lawyer Has Yet to Hear From Court
  137. Details Emerge in Murder of Dutch Woman
  138. During Campaign, CNRP to Refrain From Attacks on CPP
  139. Ministry to Open One-Window Service for Migrants
  140. Father Has Newborn With Cleft Lip Buried Alive
  141. May 1 Rallies Marred By Police Violence
  142. Body of Missing Journalist Found in Siem Reap
  143. Body of Missing Canadian Journalist Found, Police Say
  144. Preserving an Ancient Pottery Tradition, With a Modern Twist
  145. Villagers in Land Dispute With Phanimex Petition Authorities
  146. On Labor Day, Peaceful Protests Met With Violence
  147. Cancer Clinic Still Operating Without License
  148. Police Say Man Stabbed Friend Over $10
  149. French Pedophile’s 7-Year Sentence Upheld in Court
  150. Customs and Excise Director to Retire
  151. Unions Plan to Defy Protest Ban, Hold Rally
  152. Police Make Arrest, File Complaints in Violent Bavet City Strike
  153. Suspects in Killing of Alleged Sorcerer Still at Large
  154. Sin Sisamuth’s Family Requests Copyright Protection for Songs
  155. ADB Says Aid Plan for Railway Evictees Still Under Negotiation
  156. Suspect in Murder of Dutch Woman Arrested
  157. Freedom Park Locked Down Ahead of Labor Day
  158. Cambodian Short Feature Film Selected for Festival in Cannes
  159. Police Arrest Suspect in Murder of Dutch Woman
  160. Weaving Pidan
  161. Calls for Speedier Indigenous Communal Titles
  162. Revisiting Cambodia’s Laws on Nationality and Immigration
  163. Insurance Industry Revenue Up 14 Percent
  164. Women Get Decades in Jail for Meth Smuggling
  165. World Heritage Status for Battambang City Proposed
  166. Anti-Phanimex Roadblock Causes Traffic Snarl
  167. Budget Cuts Force Out KRT Spokeswoman
  168. Villagers Protest After Sand Dumped on Land
  169. Anonymous Cambodia Vows to Continue Its Cyber-Crusade
  170. FTU Bows Out of May Day Rallies
  171. Alleged Sorcerer Beaten to Death Is Cremated
  172. Government Agrees to Review of Railway Evictees
  173. Gov’t Agrees In Principle to Take Australia’s Refugees
  174. Six Taiwanese Human Traffickers Sentenced to 10 Years Each
  175. Police Quiet But Details Emerge in Murder of Dutch Woman
  176. Uneasy Calm In Bavet as Factories Ordered Shut
  177. Government Agrees In Principle to Accept Refugees From Australia
  178. Hun Sen Praises Son’s Massive Rice Cake
  179. UN Rep Asked to Focus On Public Assembly Ban
  180. Four Injured in Roller Coaster Accident
  181. Bodies of Migrants Killed in Crash Returned
  182. Former Boeng Kak Activists Protest at City Hall
  183. France Gives $15M for Water, Electricity Loans
  184. Rice Tax Break Hopes to Strengthen Industry
  185. Phnom Penh to Ho Chi Minh Expressway Plans Announced
  186. Families, Monks Want Chinese Dam Canceled
  187. Families in Dispute Want More Compensation
  188. Protesting Bus Drivers Met by Counter-Protest
  189. 10,000 Workers Still Striking for Bonus Pay
  190. 600-Strong Mob Kills Accused Sorcerer in Takeo
  191. Anonymous Cambodia Takes Local News Website Offline
  192. Cobra House Family Again Accuses Security Guards of Arson
  193. Hun Sen Hits Back at Judicial Reform Criticism
  194. M’kiri Villagers Petition Over Illegal Logging
  195. Dutch Woman Murdered, Baby Critically Injured
  196. Dutch Woman Found Murdered in Phnom Penh Home
  197. Delegation Returns From Azerbaijan, Belarus
  198. General in Land Dispute With Another General
  199. Rainsy Says Campaign Protests to Go Ahead
  200. Despite Dolphin-Saving Plan, Dam Threat Remains
  201. UK, Cambodian Police Meet Over Cybercrime
  202. UN Official Arrives for Five-Day Mission
  203. Late Penalty Kick Miss Prevents Naga Victory Over Crown
  204. Aeon’s Mega Mall Scheduled to Open in June
  205. Official Sentenced in Pension Corruption Case
  206. Villagers Protesting Gate in Road Take a Break
  207. Authorities Block Journalists From Site of Logging
  208. Empty Building Represents KRT’s Uncertain Legacy
  209. Supporters Mark Anniversary of Chut Wutty’s Death
  210. Government Urges Land Concession Firms to Respect Law
  211. KR Tribunal Rules Defendants Fit to Stand Trial
  212. Bavet City Garment Strikes Gain Momentum
  213. Union Leader Appeals Court Orders Restricting His Activities
  214. Mass Trials of Garment Protesters Commence
  215. Major General Arrested On Defamation Charges
  216. Second Polonsky Extradition Request Denied
  217. Volunteers Sought to Help KRT Investigating Judge, Prosecutor
  218. GMAC Boycotts Workshop on Minimum Wages
  219. Seven Migrant Workers Killed in Crash While in Thailand
  220. Eighteen Fired Bus Drivers Protest in Front of Firm’s Office
  221. Cambodian Circus Schools to Host Festival
  222. Crown Coach Is Confident Ahead of NagaCorp Match
  223. Book Celebrates Cambodia’s 598 Bird Species
  224. Land Dispute Villager Questioned for Incitement
  225. NagaCorp’s Quarterly Revenue Increases
  226. Government Plans to Boost Trade With Belarus
  227. Chinese Carmaker Eyes Local Assembly Plant
  228. Protest Over Tycoon’s Construction of Gate in Road
  229. Prosecutor Seeks Case 004 Rape Investigation
  230. Hacking Group Threatens Government
  231. Gov’t Still Considering Taking Refugees From Australia
  232. Government Audit Five Years Late, Lacking
  233. Families: World Bank Wants B Kak Dispute Settled
  234. Man Injured by Landmine in Poipet
  235. Factories Mostly Skip Minimum Wage Meeting
  236. Cambodia Route Reopens for Uighur Refugees
  237. Thousands Expected at Municipal Court in Support of 23
  238. Heads of New Departments of Immigration, Identification Sworn-In
  239. Cambodia Asks for Help in Oil and Gas Industry
  240. Punish Khmer Rouge Sex Crimes, UN Representative Says
  241. Customs Reform Key to Asean Integration
  242. Two Vietnamese Men Saved From Kidnappers
  243. Workers Protest Over Reps Summoned to Court
  244. Concern Over Migration Chief’s Family Connections
  245. UN Critical of Pending Asylum Seeker Deal
  246. Police Release Video of ‘Anonymous’ Hackers Being Arrested
  247. ADB Loans $75M for Flood Recovery Efforts
  248. Post-New Year Protests in Svay Rieng Decline
  249. 21 Strike Detainees Transferred to Prey Sar Prison Ahead of Trial
  250. With Bundith at Large, New Bavet Governor Named