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  1. Villagers Seek Ouster of Gun-Toting Police Officer
  2. Kem Sokha Says Hun Sen Misrepresented Talks With Sam Rainsy
  3. Grand Twins Delays Stock Exchange Listing
  4. Little Appetite for Garment Strike in Phnom Penh
  5. Khmer New Year High Time for Phnom Penh’s Pet Sitters
  6. Dance Floor Fight Leaves One Dead, Two Injured
  7. New Exhibitions at Toul
  8. US Marine Assaulted for Flirting With Man’s Wife
  9. Government Almanac Predicts the New Year
  10. Predictions Mixed For Post-New Year Garment Strike
  11. Another New Year Fracas at Land Dispute Site
  12. In Post-Election Political Dispute, Lessons Must Be Learned
  13. Mine and Ordnance Casualties Up This Year, Figures Show
  14. Departments of Migration and Identification to Be Created
  15. Report Says Cambodia Part of Global Rise in Land Dispute Killings
  16. Union Leader Appeals for Worker Bail Donations to Avoid Jail
  17. Cambodia Needs to Reform Public Finances, Report Says
  18. Rainsy Thanks ‘Brilliant’ King Sihamoni on Khmer New Year
  19. Cambodian-American Composer Wins Prestigious Music Award
  20. Prey Sar Odd Couple Walk to Own New Year Beat
  21. Scope of KRT Case 002/2 Contains Fundamental Shortcomings
  22. New Year Travel Fares Rise by Nearly Double as Drivers Cash In
  23. Bumper Rice Crop Expected This Year ‘Barring Major Setbacks’
  24. CPP Releases Policy Platform for May 18 Council Elections
  25. Police Vow to Track Down Hit-and-Run Officer—After Holiday
  26. After Convictions, KNLF Leader Seeks International Support
  27. Two-Ton Sticky Rice Cake Devoured in New Year’s Eating Contest
  28. Family in Land Dispute Gets Unwanted Khmer New Year Party
  29. Prime Minister Hun Sen Offers Up Rosy New Year’s Message
  30. Phnom Penh Welcomes the New Year’s Angel
  31. Two Badly Injured in B’bang Mine Explosion
  32. Rights Group Condemns Threat Against NGO
  33. Rainsy Leaves for Netherlands as Sokha Tours US
  34. Activists Hold Pre-New Year’s Ceremony for 23
  35. Suspect in Murder of French Tourist Out on Bail
  36. Seventy-Eight Judges and Court Officials Reshuffled
  37. Khmer New Year Tourism Up in Siem Reap
  38. Police Officer’s Car Kills One in Hit and Run
  39. Lawmakers Told ‘No Insults’ During Campaign
  40. ADB Urged to Consult Rail Project Evictees
  41. Nine Migrant Workers Die On Way Home
  42. Japan, Gov’t Sign Green Energy Initiative
  43. Senate Approves Three Laws Without Opposition
  44. Australian Parliamentarian Highlights Ethnic Vietnamese Issues
  45. Opposition Says CNRP
  46. KNLF Group Imprisoned After Guilty Verdict
  47. Painted Photographs Explore Homes In Unusual Spaces
  48. Trial of 23 Delayed By Municipal Court
  49. Opposition to Celebrate April 17 at Killing Fields
  50. Foreign Affairs Minister Urges Brunei to Buy More Rice
  51. Chemicals Used for Soap, Not Drugs, Police Say
  52. Anti-Dam Activists Set to Block Workers’ Arrival
  53. Staying at Home Not a Strike, Factories Say
  54. Okhna Wife Tried for Torturing Teenage Girls
  55. Australian Minister Says Cambodia Could Take Refugees on Nauru
  56. Groups Appeal to Gov’t To Pass Traffic Law
  57. Rainsy Party Announces Boycott of Senate
  58. Pair Tried for Forging Hun Sen’s Signature
  59. CPP, CNRP Fail to Agree On Date For New Election
  60. Shifting Sand and Lost Land in Chroy Changva
  61. Siem Reap Gains Its First Asian Tra*ditional Textile Museum
  62. Global Fund Commits to 3-Year Funding Plan
  63. Emaxx Focuses On Infrastructure
  64. Families Walk Out of Land Dispute Compensation Meet
  65. Three Alleged Heroin Smugglers in Court
  66. India Pledges Millions in Loans to Cambodia
  67. Svay Rieng Woman Guilty Of Murdering Husband
  68. Man Arrested for Raping 10-Year-Old Stepdaughter
  69. New Chroy Changva Bridge Enters Final Stage
  70. Rail Evictees Threaten Protests Against ADB
  71. GPS Tracking System Could Be Answer to City’s Garbage Problem
  72. Cybercrime Law May Silence Critics, NGOs Say
  73. Thirty Tons of Fake Soap Chemicals Seized in Kandal Province
  74. Russia Makes Second Request to Cambodia for Polonsky Extradition
  75. Unions Spread Word of Strike Through Radio, Web
  76. Rainsy Says CNRP Could End Assembly Boycott Friday
  77. Vehicle Imports Rising as Traffic Concerns Grow
  78. The King and I: Dinner With King Sihanouk at the Palace in 1950
  79. Families Blocked From Fencing Disputed Land
  80. Mobile Transport App to Launch in Capital
  81. Gov’t Seeks Cash for Flood Rebuilding Efforts
  82. Gov’t Unlikely to Meet Target to Reduce Road Deaths
  83. Democratization in Cambodia in Retreat Following Violent 2013
  84. Kampot Cement Company Workers on Strike
  85. Phnom Penh Seeks to Create New Center for Homeless, Beggars
  86. Rainsy Says CPP Agrees to Early Election
  87. Ministry Says No to CNRP Ceremony at Tuol Sleng
  88. Garment Union President in Court Over Incitement Allegations
  89. Cambodian Red Cross Building Luxury Hotel in Preah Vihear
  90. Evicted Railway Families Await ADB’s Help
  91. Hun Sen Urges Safe Driving During New Year
  92. CNRP Asks To Hold Ceremony at Tuol Sleng
  93. Cambodia’s Rice Exports to Thailand Plummet
  94. Nationalism Party to Dissolve Itself Into Opposition CNRP
  95. Mercedes Halts Imports Over Luxury Tax
  96. Families Demand More Dam Compensation
  97. Appeal Court Upholds Heng Pov Sentence
  98. KRT Announces Scope of Second Trial Against Senior Leaders
  99. Funerals Held for Five Victims of Thai Explosion
  100. Country’s First Jewish Cemetery Inaugurated
  101. UN
  102. Police Seek Man Accused Of Raping Girl, 11
  103. Hun Sen Says End to Deadlock Could Come by New Year
  104. World Bank Predicts Slight Slowdown in 2014
  105. Unions Press Ahead With Strike Plans Despite Arrest Threats
  106. World Bank Sees Slight Economic Slowdown in 2014
  107. Crown Prevail Over National Police Despite Late Onslaught
  108. Man Arrested for Rape Of 12-Year-Old Girl
  109. Labor Ministry, ILO Set Out Plan for Minimum Wage Reforms
  110. Python Smuggler Arrested in Kandal
  111. Man Injured by Landmine While Illegally Logging
  112. At Summit, Cambodia Urges Laos to Delay Dam Construction
  113. Rain Mires Massive Khmer New Year Party at Site of Strikes
  114. Australian PM Confirms Asylum Seeker Request
  115. Thugs Attack Home of Families in Land Dispute
  116. Gov’t Threatens Rainsy With Lawsuit Over Letter to King
  117. Linking the Worst Factories With the Labels
  118. Bringing America’s Missing Soldiers Home from Cambodia
  119. A Map Made for Adventure
  120. Acid Attack Survivor Once Again Seeking Fresh Start
  121. Vorn Pao Denied Bail for the Fourth Time
  122. Officials Tight-Lipped After Immigration Visit
  123. Compensation Demanded For 5 Killed in Blast
  124. Capturing Corruption in Modern Cambodia
  125. Families Locked In Seven-Year Land Dispute Accept Cash
  126. Cnrp
  127. Gov’t Denies Selling Ship Registry
  128. Demining Divers Receive New Equipment
  129. Labor Activists Call Out Nike, Adidas, Puma Over Faintings
  130. Education Is the Answer to Society’s Greatest Challenges
  131. Former RCAF Soldier Jailed For Running Cockfighting Ring
  132. Sochua Ejected From Park for Third Straight Day
  133. Teachers Deserve Better Pay Than a Few Bags of Rice
  134. Sorya Drivers Take Bus Keys, Go on Strike
  135. Preah Vihear Governor to Close NGO Office for Inciting Workers
  136. Vigilante Takeo Farmers Kill Suspected Robber
  137. More Than 100 Workers Faint at Shenzhou Garment Factory
  138. Fifteen South Koreans Arrested in Online Gambling Ring
  139. Australian Immigration Minister Meets Officials
  140. Google Offers Virtual Tour of Angkor Temples
  141. Villagers Say Pailin Governor Gave Orders to Clear Land in 1999
  142. Railway Audit Finds Poor Maintenance of Tracks
  143. National Assembly Passes Roads Law With Slim Majority
  144. Purported Buddha Relic Enshrined in Banteay Meanchey
  145. Rainsy Writes to King Over Letter to Assembly
  146. Cambodian Land Disputes: Outsource Justice to Foreign Courts?
  147. Taiwanese Firm in Court Over Trafficking Fishermen to Africa
  148. Lack of Skilled Labor Greatest Obstacle to Growth
  149. Ministry, ACU Continue Campaign for Clean High School Exam
  150. CCAWDU Leaders Deny Corruption During Questioning at Court
  151. Nearly 100 Garment Workers Faint in Separate Incidents
  152. Australian Filmmaker Convicted Of Blackmail, Jail Term Suspended
  153. RCAF Soldiers Charged For Smuggling Rosewood
  154. Two Killed, 73 Houses Destroyed by Lightning in Northwest
  155. Man Arrested For Sex Abuse of 5-Year-Old Girl
  156. Lawmaker’s Morning at Park Ended by District Guards
  157. Child Labor Probe on Preah Vihear Sugar Plantation Moves Forward
  158. Court Charges Four Pailin Villagers for Violating State Property
  159. Remains Believed to Be US Soldiers Repatriated
  160. National Assembly Meets, Discusses Road Law
  161. Inside View: Lon Nol’s Helicopter Exit Ahead of Khmer Rouge
  162. Defense, Civil Parties Object to Idea of Dropping Accusations at KRT
  163. Phnom Penh Police Bust Illegal Cockfighting Arena
  164. Fourth Bail Hearing, Trial Date Set for Vorn Pao
  165. Dilapidated Veal Mean Will Be Returned to Former Glory
  166. Mixed Trends in Commodities Prices
  167. Second Lawyer Appointed To Represent Im Chaem
  168. Unions, GMAC Tussle Over New Year Strike
  169. Interior Ministry Says No to Campaign Demonstrations
  170. CNRP Official Ejected From Freedom Park
  171. Police Arrest 23 Illegal Loggers, Issue Warnings
  172. CPP Lawmakers Return to Work as CNRP Boycott Continues
  173. Police Confirm Arrest of Villagers in Dispute With Pailin Governor
  174. NGO Reports ‘Renewed Wave’ of Land Disputes This Year
  175. Ratanakkiri Villagers Questioned Over Land-Grabbing Accusations
  176. ADB Predicts Economic Slowdown Due to Social Unrest
  177. Sam Rainsy, Sar Kheng Say Plans Underway for Top-Level Talks
  178. Three Arrested in Land Dispute With Governor
  179. Officer and Daughter, 12, Guilty on Drug Charges
  180. Water Resources Minister Climbs Karate Ranks With New Black Belt
  181. Company 72 Again Accused of Illegal Logging
  182. Workers Hold Machines Ransom Over Wages
  183. Court Hears Case of Man Raping 4-Year-Old Girl
  184. City Official Posts Rainsy’s Letter to Hun Sen Over 1997 Attack
  185. Cambodia At High Risk From Climate Change, UN Report Says
  186. Man Charged for Raping 7-Year-Old Niece
  187. Authorities Halt March Against Lao Dam, Citing Khmer New Year
  188. Rainsy Says Protests to Resume in May During Council Elections
  189. Tea Banh Travels to US for Asean Defense Ministers Meeting
  190. Security Guards Thwart March, Beat Protesters
  191. Social Security Fund Starts New Insurance Scheme
  192. Phnom Penh Crown Victory Keeps Them in Poll Position
  193. Man Injured in Clash Between Sonando Supporters, Security Guards
  194. The CNRP Need to Adopt Effective Nonviolent Techniques
  195. Police Arrest Fourteen in Suspected Car-Theft Ring
  196. Christie’s Auction Nets Over $26,000 for Cambodian Arts
  197. New Clinic Marks Turning Point for Correcting Cleft Surgeries
  198. Two Killed in Mine, Mortar Shell Blasts in Battambang, Pailin
  199. Opposition Grows to Laos’ Mega Dams Ahead of Summit
  200. Men Charged With Posing as Police Chief’s Bodyguards in Scam
  201. Mam Sonando Says Protest Will Proceed, But He Won’t Lead
  202. CNRP Holds First Mass Rally Since Protest Ban
  203. CNRP Marches Through City, Rallies at Headquarters
  204. The Child Within
  205. A Passage to India
  206. Art Back on the Auction Block
  207. After Embezzlement Claims, Union Founder Wants Leaders Out
  208. Military Police Looks to Bolster Ranks by 1,000
  209. Official Says Cambodia Not Ready for Asean Free Trade
  210. Police Keep Evidence Under Wraps in Hostile Plot Case
  211. Interior Ministry Bans CNRP’s Freedom
  212. Man Accused of Raping Kompong Chhnang Girl, 12
  213. Thirteen Detained Veng Sreng Activists to Face Court In April
  214. Communities to Stage Four-Day Protest to Stop Don Sahong Dam
  215. Cambodia Lags in Fight Against Intellectual Property Piracy
  216. Rainsy Criticizes Chinese Funding of Funcinpec
  217. Minister Calls On UDG to Suspend Bulldozing
  218. Villagers Walk Away From KDC Resolution Talks
  219. Land Rights Activists Petition EU Ambassador
  220. Canadia Bank Manager Admits to Embezzlement
  221. Hun Sen Hopes 11th Time Lucky to Quit Smoking
  222. Sub-Decree Aims to Better Regulate Pharmacies
  223. In Effeminate Tones, Hun Sen Lampoons Opposition Politicians
  224. As CNRP Rally Nears, Hun Sen Implores Patience
  225. Two Thai Women Jailed For Smuggling Cocaine
  226. Anti-Corruption Unit Says Nepotism Rife in Oddar Meanchey
  227. Education Official Says Don’t Jail Exam Cheats
  228. Prosecutors Propose Rule to Reduce Scope of Cases at KRT
  229. Gov’t Pins $275,000 in Protest Damage on CNRP
  230. Memories of Prince Sihanouk’s Overthrow, 44 Years On
  231. Cambodia Chaktomuk Short Film Festival Gets Underway
  232. Concerns Mount Over Khmer Krom Rights in Treason Trial
  233. Conflicting Accounts of Activists’ Bus Shooting
  234. Mobile Users Top 20 Million, Internet Usage Still Rising
  235. On-the-Run Crocodile Farmer Fights Jail Term
  236. Former Clerk From Banteay Meanchey Jailed
  237. CNRP Leaders Lobby EU Parliamentarians Over ‘Blood Sugar’
  238. Rainsy Calls For Rally at Freedom Park This Weekend
  239. 12 Jailed After Wedding Leaves 1 Dead, 1 Injured
  240. Family of Slain Protesters Questioned Despite Closed Investigation
  241. Cambodia’s Search for MH370 Flight Goes On
  242. Sar Kheng Calls for Officials to Disrupt Stung Treng Drug Route
  243. ‘Rethink’ Needed in Regional Fight Against Malaria
  244. European Donors Working on Joint Cooperation Aid Strategy
  245. ACU Threatens Jail for Students Caught Cheating
  246. New EU Duty Threatens Bike Industry
  247. Labor Minister Responds to Brands’ Concerns
  248. Labor Ministry to Inspect Migrant Worker Recruitment Agencies
  249. ECCC Aims for Legacy With New Criminal Procedure Code
  250. Court Hears of Chinese Marriage Traffickers