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  1. Trash Collectors Back to Work With Pay Raise
  2. Test Drive Begins for New City Bus Service
  3. Villagers Sued for Property Damage by Company
  4. Unions Argue Over Wage Committee Reforms
  5. To Identify ‘Squatters,’ Ministers Focus on Land Demarcation
  6. Report Predicts Tidal Wave of Cancer Is Coming
  7. Killing of Journalist May Not Be Linked to Illegal Fishing Reports
  8. Garment Export Value Up 20 Percent in 2013
  9. Garment Workers Injured in Svay Rieng Crash
  10. Hoteliers Are Warming Up to Phnom Penh
  11. Prison Director Denies Drug Trafficker Released Early
  12. Three Jailed After Stealing Garments From Truck
  13. Phnom Penh Trash Collectors Dance for Demands
  14. Families, Lawmakers Denied Access to 23 Prisoners
  15. US Ambassador Calls for Curbs on Corruption
  16. Five-Year-Old Boy First Bird Flu Case of 2014
  17. Long-Awaited Phnom Penh Bus Service Begins One-Month Trial
  18. Hun Sen Promotes 29 to Four-Star General
  19. Hoteliers Bet on ‘Boutique’ to Reap Rewards
  20. Murder Suspected Revenge for Fishing Reports
  21. City’s Trash Collectors Demand Better Salary, Conditions
  22. Human Rights Watch Says Anti-Union Activities Must End
  23. PM: Women Should Name Suitors in Interviews
  24. Rainsy to Meet Cambodian Workers in South Korea
  25. Police Officer, Mechanic Wounded by Gunfire
  26. Villagers Ignore Summons Over Land Dispute
  27. Following ‘Confusion,’ CNRP Clarifies Position on Youth Activist
  28. No Results in Protest Shooting Investigations
  29. Court Charges Pair With Trafficking Deaf, HIV-Positive Minor
  30. Activists Say Human Rights Delegate Lied to United Nations
  31. Sonando Continues to Seek TV License, Radio Relay Station
  32. National Rail Project on Hold ‘Indefinitely’
  33. New Year Party-Goers Turn On Noisy Police
  34. Lone Russian Protests in Phnom Penh over Crackdown in Ukraine
  35. Sixteen-Year-Old Student Rapes 5-Year-Old Girl
  36. Wedding Grenade Attack Claims 11th Victim
  37. Teens Admit Beating Scavenger to Death
  38. Body Found in Suspected Murder, Robbery
  39. Education Ministry Issues Ban on Sale of ‘Free’ Textbooks
  40. ADB Admits Fault in Rail Project, Pledges Compensation
  41. CNRP Distances Itself From Threatened Social Media Activist
  42. UN Concerned Over Suppression of Rights
  43. Ministry Seeks to Quash Measles, Rubella Vaccination Rumors
  44. Monks, Workers Hold Vigil for Slain Protesters
  45. A Polish Artist Finds Inspiration in the Cambodian Sun
  46. EU Parliamentarian Finds Abuses Fueled by Trade Scheme
  47. British Minister Meets Officials, Discusses Demonstrations
  48. Rights Groups Want Access to 23 Detained Prisoners
  49. Media-Savvy Monks to Launch Weekly Radio Show
  50. Sar Kheng Accuses CNRP of Launching ‘Constitutional Coup’
  51. Aviation Growth Bolstered by Chinese Visitors
  52. Leprosy Dark Spot Healed by Early Detection
  53. Three Injured After Hit, Run, Shoot Traffic Incident in Phnom Penh
  54. Cambodia’s Biggest ‘Unofficial’ Holiday Begins
  55. Suspect Charged After Kompong Thom Wedding Grenade Attack
  56. EU Parliamentarian Probes Sugar Plantations in Cambodia
  57. UK’s Southeast
  58. CNRP Youth Activist to Protest Over Leaked Passport Details
  59. Teachers Told to Expel Corruption From Classrooms
  60. Life as Living Nightmare Along National Route 6a
  61. CNRP Spokesman Says He Advocated for Higher Troop Wages
  62. After 15 years, Cambodian Living Arts Plans for the Future
  63. Veal Mean Being Tidied, but Future of Royal Site Unclear
  64. Drunk Military Police Chief Flees Successive Hit-and-Runs
  65. Bunong Villagers Barred From Attending Illegal-Logging Protest
  66. Petition Rally for Prisoners’ Release Ends Peacefully
  67. Tourism Not Affected by Deadlock
  68. Defense Ministry Statement Claims CNRP Belittles Troops
  69. Hun Sen Moves Ahead With ‘Reform’ Plan, Minus Opposition
  70. Death Threat Made Against CNRP’s Social Media Activist
  71. Work Remains for Cambodia After UN Rights Hearing
  72. Government Blames Protest Deaths on
  73. Fake Orphanage Ordered Closed After Alleged Migrant Scam
  74. Sok An, UN Delegates Discuss Khmer Rouge Tribunal Funding
  75. Man Murdered in Tuol Kok Drive-By Shooting
  76. Workers Call for Fired Colleagues to Be Reinstated
  77. Alleged Violent Protest Provocateur Charged
  78. New Cambodian Ambassadors Told to Counter CNRP ‘Distortion’
  79. Restore Free Assembly, UN Rights Council Says
  80. After Grenade Attack, a Suspect Swears Innocence
  81. Another Military Official Accuses Opposition Party of Causing Chaos
  82. Eight Children Latest Victims of Drowning
  83. Fashion Statement: Boeng Kak Activists Go Radical Chic
  84. Sesan Dam Construction to Start Next Month
  85. Chinese, Japanese Ambassadors Continue Row
  86. Royal Group Says Cambodia Air Still on Track
  87. Union Reps Questioned Over Violent Protests
  88. Cambodian Blamed for Fatal Shooting of Thai Protest Leader
  89. Report Says Cambodia Still Not Free, Political Rights Absent
  90. Military Police Baton Charge Peaceful Protesters
  91. Police Seek Chinese New Year Beer From Local Businesses
  92. Cambodians Take Top Prizes at Film Festival
  93. Governor of Tbong Khmum Province Appointed
  94. Human Rights Groups Call on UN for Intervention
  95. Judge Removes Case 003 Suspect’s Lawyers
  96. Ministry Questions Unions Over Role in Kandal Garment Protest
  97. Nine Dead, 30 Injured in Grenade Attack At Wedding
  98. Amid Outpouring of CPP Support, CNRP Calls Another Rally
  99. CPP Could Benefit From Newly Created Phnom Penh Districts
  100. After Clash, Crowd Turns on Suspected Provocateurs
  101. Interior Ministry Says No to Freedom Park Rally
  102. Film Screening Canceled After Government Threatens Jail
  103. Growing Unease Over Direction of the Country, Survey Finds
  104. Community Marks Fifth Anniversary of Violent Eviction
  105. Security Forces Get in Line for Chinese New Year ‘Ang Pao’ Cash
  106. Former Anti-Drug Police Chief’s Life Sentence Upheld by Court
  107. Kite Enthusiasts Gather for Annual Festival
  108. More Plots Readied for Land Titles at Boeng Kak
  109. Casino May Close After $2.5 Million Writeoff
  110. Fire Destroys CMAC Workshop in Battambang
  111. Deportation, Jail Threatened if Film Screened
  112. NGOs Continue to March to ‘Free the 23
  113. Child Rapes Account for Majority of Sex Attacks Last Year
  114. Unions to Proceed With Mass Rally in Freedom Park Despite Ban
  115. Leave King Out of Politics, Royal Cabinet Demands
  116. Tea Banh Tells Armed Forces to Defend Government
  117. Chinese Push Sesan Dam Talks With Hun Sen
  118. Attempted Murder Charge Lessened to Property Damage
  119. CPP Government Establishes Electoral Reform Commission
  120. Pro-Government Unions Call for Action Against Leaders of Strikes
  121. Villagers Beat Alleged Sorcerer Unconscious
  122. ANZ Implicated in Sugar Plantation Evictions
  123. One Year After King’s Funeral, Cremation Site Stagnates
  124. Chea Vichea Remembered 10 Years After Slaying
  125. Military Continues to Cut Down Forest–And Carbon Credits
  126. After Arrests, NGOs Continue Petitioning to ‘Free the 23
  127. Man Nabbed Mailing Drug-Stuffed Teddy Bears
  128. Japanese Ambassador Defends Abe’s Visit to Yasukuni War
  129. Court Hears Request to Reinvestigate Slaying of FTU Leader
  130. Protest Ban Will Last Until Opposition Takes Seats
  131. Report Says Cambodia in ‘Human Rights Crisis’
  132. The Assassination of Union Leader Chea Vichea—A Decade On
  133. Rainsy Says Talks With CPP Stuck on Issue of Early Election
  134. CNRP Cancels Meeting as CPP Supporters Turn Out in Force
  135. 11 Activists Arrested for Views That ‘Impact Public Order’
  136. Ministries Discuss New Appeal Courts, Judicial Reform
  137. CPP Takes Steps to ‘Reform’ Human Rights Commission
  138. EU Ambassador Distances Local Delegation From Resolution
  139. Public Warned of Traffic Delays Due to Drainage
  140. 11 Activists Arrested While Petitioning US, French Embassies
  141. Another Alleged Sorcerer Brutally Murdered
  142. Beyond Chea Vichea, Many Cases Lack Accountability, Justice
  143. Union Leader Released; ‘Free the 23’ Protests To Continue
  144. Report Finds Poor Implementation of Domestic Violence Law
  145. Malaria Deaths, Infections Drop Significantly
  146. Brain Surgery for Teenager Beaten on Veng Sreng
  147. Season’s Bountiful Fish Catch Means Prahok Will Be Plentiful
  148. Mob Decapitates 55-Year-Old Accused of Sorcery
  149. Governor Pledges to Help Evicted Families
  150. Obama Signs Off on Aid Cuts to Government
  151. Union Leader Grabbed Off Street After Peaceful Protest
  152. Hun Sen Calls On CPP Voters To Defend His Government
  153. International Brands Seek Probe Into Protest Killings
  154. CNRP Says EU Resolution a Strong Signal to Government
  155. RCAF Officer Caught With More Than $50K in Counterfeit Cash
  156. Union to Defy Order, March to Commemorate Chea Vichea’s Slaying
  157. Diplomats, Donors Lobbied to Help Free Jailed Protesters
  158. Ministry to Question Rong Chhun Over Teachers Association
  159. Ministry of Information to Meet Sonando As Protests Loom
  160. EU Calls for International Probe Into Election
  161. Oscar Nomination a ‘Proud’ Day for Cambodia
  162. Ceremony Held for Workers Killed at Veng Sreng
  163. Muddy Waters Have Authorities Singing the Blues
  164. No Consensus Reached on Mekong Dam
  165. UN Envoy Condemns Shooting of Striking Garment Workers
  166. US Passes Bill to Suspend Some Aid to Cambodia
  167. Food Vendors Feel the Bite of Soaring Inflation
  168. Lawyers Submit Bail Requests for Imprisoned Protesters
  169. One Garment Strike Ends, Two Begin, Over Missing Pay
  170. Cambodians Ranked Healthiest Eaters in World
  171. Hot Air Balloons Rise Again Over Angkor Wat
  172. Sonando Fans to Stage Protest for TV License
  173. SBC to Rebrand Following Taiwan Acquisition
  174. Court Says Polonsky Still Faces Charges for Role in Assault
  175. Subedi Calls for Accountability in Meeting With Hun Sen
  176. Unions Warn of More Strikes Unless Wage Talks Resume
  177. Garment Workers Continue Striking Over Unpaid Wages
  178. US Support to Cambodian Military Under Scrutiny
  179. Villagers in Land Dispute Detain Workers, Confiscate Equipment
  180. Road Safety Hit by Suspension of Law Enforcement
  181. China’s Ambassador Criticizes Abe’s Shrine Visit
  182. UN Envoy Continues Meetings With CNRP, NGOs
  183. Construction on $35 Million Hospital Set to Begin in April
  184. Husband Locks Anti-Eviction Activist Yorm Bopha in House
  185. Hun Sen Says He’s Here to Stay; Higher Wages Must Wait
  186. Supporters Rally as Court Questions CNRP Leaders
  187. Garment Workers Go Back on Strike Over Unpaid Wages
  188. Sonando Plans Protest After Relay Station, TV Channel Rejected
  189. Ministry of Defense Backs Accused RCAF
  190. Jailed UK Businessman Faces Fresh Charges
  191. PM Defends Border Stance Amid Media Blitz
  192. Government Urged to Ease Pressure on Unions
  193. UN Envoy Urged to Probe Arrest of Monks
  194. Group Defies Government Ban to Demand Detainees’ Release
  195. Free Trade Union Reports Overall Jump in Labor Strikes in 2013
  196. Opposition CNRP Leaders to Face Court Today
  197. Russian Ex-Billionaire Freed; Extradition Suspended
  198. Hun Sen in Familiar Form With Nguyen Tan Dung
  199. Rock ‘n’ Roll Documentary Has World Premiere in Phnom Penh
  200. Phnom Penh’s Annual ‘Our Cities’ Arts Festival Expands
  201. Healer Charged With Sexually Assaulting Boys
  202. Government Records 16% Tax Revenue Increase in 2013
  203. Cambodians and Koreans Join Protest in Seoul
  204. Vietnamese Prime Minister Arrives for Three-Day State Visit
  205. Relatives Call On Government To Release 23 Detainees
  206. Former Banteay Meanchey Official Arrested for Corruption
  207. Unions Want Government, Factories to Resume Wage Talks
  208. CNRP Reaffirms Commitment to Nonviolence
  209. With 4.5 Million Vaccinated, Campaign Considered Success
  210. Committees to ‘Research’ Minimum Wages, ‘Study’ Killings
  211. Petition Against Provincial RCAF Chiefs Not Yet Filed
  212. A Lost, But Not Forgotten, Rock ‘n’ Roll Legacy
  213. Rainsy Says CNRP Backs China, Not Vietnam, in Sea Dispute
  214. Groups Demand Mandatory Minimum Wage, Threaten Protest
  215. Adhoc Workers Say They Were Targeted by Driver
  216. Group Condemns Threats Against Leader of NGO
  217. Over $1,500 Raised for Paralyzed Protester
  218. Opposition Youth Sing Against the Ban as Armed Police Patrol
  219. 100 Factories Suing Unions Behind Strike
  220. Japan Asked Government to Protect Its Interests During Strike
  221. Banteay Meanchey Soldiers File Complaint Against Superiors
  222. Lawyers Prevented From Seeing Protest Detainees at CC3
  223. Families of Killed and Missing Protesters Compile Complaints
  224. Government Creates New CPP-Majority Province
  225. Civil Servants Urged to Strike for Higher Pay
  226. Three Cambodian Filmmakers Shortlisted for Global Festival
  227. Conflicting Figures on Number of Slain at Garment Protest
  228. Brigade 911 Had Brutal History Before Garment Factory Strike
  229. For Nonviolence to Prevail Over Brutality, Discipline Is Needed
  230. Demolition of Illegal Phnom Penh Buildings Delayed Again
  231. For Workers, Wage Rise Is Shift From Surviving to Thriving
  232. Clothes Made in Cambodia Are Tainted in Blood
  233. GMAC Doesn’t Support Violence to End Industrial Disputes
  234. Businesses Assess Damage From Clashes Along Veng Sreng Street
  235. Twenty-Three Arrested Protesters Held in Kompong Cham Prison
  236. South Korean Embassy Denies Role in Strike Suppression
  237. Authorities Begin to Clamp Down on Striking Teachers
  238. International Condemnation Grows in Wake of Deadly Clash
  239. As Strikers Return to Work, Factories Sue Garment Unions
  240. Crushing Protests, CPP Has Abandoned Constitution
  241. Teenager Stabbed to Death; Poker Player Killed
  242. Cambodia Listed as a Top Retirement Destination
  243. ‘Tsunami’ of Tobacco-Linked Deaths Predicted
  244. Rights Groups Condemn Killing of Protesters
  245. Teachers to Recommence Strike for Higher Wage
  246. Lawyer to Assess Whether Government Crimes Worthy of ICC
  247. Vietnamese Shops Worry Over Possible Violence
  248. Cpp
  249. Arrested Protesters’ Whereabouts Still Unknown
  250. Unions Tell Garment Workers to Suspend Strike