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  1. Legal Experts Dismiss CPP Threat of Legal Action Against CNRP
  2. Police Searching for ‘Disinformation’ Suspects Over Fake Tape
  3. Cambodian Sommeliers Head to Singapore for Regional Contest
  4. Hundreds of Vehicles Missing in Russei Keo Pawn Shop Scam
  5. US Investors Cite Corruption as Major Issue
  6. Rights Groups Rebuke Petitions Endorsing CPP Election Win
  7. Chinese Foreign Minister Endorses CPP Election Win
  8. Election Observers Call for Recount of Votes in Kandal
  9. CNRP Calls For Large Rally in Phnom Penh
  10. Efforts to
  11. Opposition Supporters Stage Mass US Protests
  12. Constitutional Council Upholds Rejection of Election Complaints
  13. Jarai Couple in Ratanakkiri Banished From Village for Sorcery
  14. New Khmer Rouge Photos Depict Life of Ease for Ruling Cadre
  15. Cpp
  16. Four Suspects in Alleged ‘Rose Revolution’ Plot out on Bail
  17. CPP Calls for Makers of Hun Sen Audio Tape to Be Punished
  18. Talks Between Political Parties Prove Fruitless—Again
  19. Hun Sen Mute After Initial
  20. Teenager Has Legs Amputated Following Landmine Explosion
  21. First
  22. Nine-Year-Old Boy Becomes 10th Bird Flu Victim This Year
  23. Singaporean Startup to Install Streetlamps in Rural Villages
  24. US Taxman Provides Investigation Training
  25. UN Rights Envoy Subedi Says Electoral Reform Inadequate
  26. Constitutional Council to Meet Over Election Complaints
  27. NGOs Say ‘Rose Revolution’ Case Is Baseless
  28. US, Australia Continue Call For Credible Election Inquiry
  29. Despite Law,
  30. Two Arrested for Involvement in Garment Heist
  31. An Arab-Style ‘Cambodian
  32. CNRP Asks Canada to Clarify Stance on Election
  33. Bailed Businessman Sergei Polonsky Returns
  34. Survey Finds PC
  35. Bhp
  36. Military Police Receive Training for Violent Demonstrations
  37. KR Tribunal Goes After Donations From Asean Member States
  38. Four Arrested In Attempt to Inspire ‘Rose Revolution’
  39. NEC Stops Investigating Election Irregularities
  40. UN Rights Envoy Says Democracy Is Limited in Cambodia
  41. Local Trafficking NGO Denies Financial Misconduct
  42. Rainsy Returns From US and Accuses CPP of Stealing Vote
  43. CNRP Denounces NEC’s Probe Into Election Irregularities
  44. Population
  45. Authorities, NGOs Brace for Floods
  46. Interesting read from the PNH Post
  47. Comfrel Reports Spike in Election Irregularities
  48. Six Killed in Antitank Mine Blast in Preah Vihear
  49. Bomb Explodes Outside Ruling Party Office; No Injuries Reported
  50. Australia Admits Cambodia Postponed Military Cooperation
  51. Fearing Unrest, Garment Workers Abandon Jobs
  52. CNRP Walks Out of NEC Complaints Hearing
  53. Sokha Says CNRP Ready to Demonstrate, Boycott Assembly
  54. Tanks, Rocket Launchers Seen Leaving Sihanoukville
  55. Irrawaddy Dolphin Killed in Mekong River by Illegal Fishing
  56. Health Centers Receive Equipment to
  57. Two Months After Sentencing,
  58. Opposition Voters in Preah Vihear Claim Threat of Eviction
  59. EU
  60. Car Maker Mazda Opens in Cambodia
  61. Hundreds March for Post-Election Peace in Phnom Penh
  62. Government Downplays Cuts to US Military Aid
  63. Despite Popularity, Rainsy’s Role Remains Uncertain
  64. CNRP Files Complaints Against Preliminary Election Results
  65. Striking Power Plant Trainees Get Wage Raise
  66. Export-Grade Coffee from Cambodia’s Highlands
  67. Seven Dead, Families Displaced in Banteay Meanchey Floods
  68. Sand-Dredging Boats Active One Day After Ban Announced
  69. Mass Demonstration or Violent Crackdown—Lose-Lose for All
  70. Cheam Yeap Says NEC
  71. Youth Support for Protests Cools as Fears Mount
  72. Amid Security Fears, New Wall Erected Around National Assembly
  73. Cambodia Delays US Military Assistance
  74. Flooding Forces Evacuation of Parts of Preah Vihear Province
  75. Decree Sees 29 More RCAF Personnel Given Promotions
  76. Amid Collapse, Funcinpec Calls for Election Probe
  77. German Newspaper Criticizes Ambassador for Lacking Neutrality
  78. NEC Results Show Close Contest for National Assembly Seats
  79. Sam Rainsy Rejects Accusation of Inciting Military Coup
  80. King to Convene Parliament After Beijing Trip
  81. Information Minister Fears Repeat of 2003 Riots
  82. Negotiations Falter After Election Results Released
  83. Man Found Murdered in Svay Rieng Province
  84. Sok An, US Ambassador Discuss Formation of National
  85. China Loans Cash for Irrigation, Power Projects
  86. Red Cross Gives Aid to Borei Keila Families
  87. CNRP Rejects Information Minister’s Power Sharing Remarks
  88. Official NEC Election Results Show CPP Victory
  89. Revenues Down at Pailin’s Dreamworld Casino
  90. Official Says King Sihamoni to Leave Phnom Penh for China
  91. Project Aims to Make Subsistence Farms Profitable
  92. Officials Warn Rainsy Over Military Comments
  93. NEC to Release Election Results Before Resolving Complaints
  94. After Deadly Factory Collapse, Safety Improvements Scarce
  95. New Zealand Governor-General in Cambodia to Build Bilateral Ties
  96. Amnesty Calls for Restraint After Armored Vehicles Spotted
  97. Sar Kheng Says Armored Vehicles Sent to Maintain Security
  98. Fear of Unrest After Armored Vehicles Mobilized
  99. Parties Agree To Let UN Observe Election Investigation
  100. NGOs Call for Indigenous Rights to Be Protected
  101. Grand Plans for $80-Billion Capital
  102. Police Arrest Man Wanted for Drug Trafficking
  103. Cham Prasidh Says Protests May Ruin Economy
  104. NEC’s Independence Key to Post-Election Stability
  105. Two Rocket Grenade Shells Dumped Near Phnom Penh House
  106. Editorial Hints at Beijing’s Recognition of Cambodian Opposition
  107. Rainsy Asks UN for Observers to Monitor Election Investigation
  108. Sar Kheng Says Protest Leaders Will Face Law if Violence Occurs
  109. Soldiers, Armored Vehicles Spotted in Phnom Penh
  110. Cambodians Voted for Change in the July National Election
  111. Three Teenagers Drown While Tending Buffalo
  112. Man Dies After
  113. Chea Sim Bodyguard’s 10-Year Sentence Upheld
  114. Low-Paid Civil Servants to Get Pay Boost
  115. Cambodian Footballers in Homeless World Cup
  116. Metfone’s Facebook Access Briefly Interrupted, Prompts Rumors
  117. Bomb Explodes Outside Phnom Penh Municipal Court, No Injuries
  118. Paths to Parliament Cleared for CPP’s Powerful Sons
  119. NEC Says Don’t Believe Reports, Wait for Election Results
  120. NEC Sets Date to Issue Official Election Results
  121. The Tall Tale of the Court, the Clerk and the Cash
  122. Phnom Penh’s Bus Service Delayed
  123. Chinese Ambassador Reiterates Commitment to Increase Tourism
  124. Garment Workers Told to Come to Work, Not Fear Conflict
  125. More Military Promotions for Relatives of CPP
  126. Health Ministry to Probe Suspect Baby Formula
  127. Rainsy Says Large Demonstrations Await Unless CPP Concedes
  128. Cambodia’s Chinese Newspapers Strike a Balance
  129. NEC Stands Firm, Will Not Hold Independent Election Inquiry
  130. Constitutional Council Pivotal in Election Stalemate
  131. Woman Caught With Meth in Laptop at Airport
  132. Firm Accused of Continuing to Log Illegally
  133. High School Students Say Exam Cheating Rife
  134. Sparks and Accusations Fly During CPP, CNRP Radio Debate
  135. CNRP to Present Thousands of Election Complaints to NEC
  136. Cambodia Needs to Learn How to Properly Deal With Grievances
  137. Sar Kheng Warns of ‘Trouble’ if Negotiations Stall
  138. Official NEC Complaint Period Closes
  139. CNRP, Comfrel Call for Investigation Into NEC’s Independence
  140. Rainsy Says Those Behind Boeng Kak Deserve Jail
  141. Rural Discontent Helps Bolster Opposition
  142. DC-Cam to Help Burma Record Rights Abuses
  143. Thai Ex-Minister in Trouble Over Preah Vihear
  144. Election Monitors Submit Request to Review NEC Documents
  145. Rainsy Rally Takes to Boats, Motos After Bridge Closure
  146. FAO Predicts Rice Crop to Match Last Year’s
  147. In Cambodia, Cyber Casinos Fall Into a Legal Gray Area
  148. Man Sentenced To 20 Years for Debauchery
  149. US Ambassador Calls for Election Investigation, NEC Reform
  150. Politicians Court Foreign Support in Post-Election
  151. Investigation Committee Nixed 1 Day After Creation
  152. Listeners Wary as Hun Sen Changes His Tone
  153. ‘The Missing Picture’ in Filmmaker’s Personal History
  154. Australian Greens Party Calls for Inquiry Into National Election
  155. Floods in Northwest as Hun Sen Issues Riverbank Collapse Warning
  156. Malaria Infections, Deaths Plummet in First Six Months
  157. Hun Sen Says CPP Could Get CNRP’s Seats
  158. NEC to Host CPP, CNRP Election Investigation Discussion
  159. Pair Charged After Police Seize Nearly 5 Kg of Drugs at Airport
  160. Amid Calls for Probe, NEC’s Independence in the Spotlight
  161. Opposition Party Widens Poll Complaint Collection to Provinces
  162. CNRP Supporters Allegedly Threatened by Police Officers
  163. CNRP Denounces Online Garment Wage Letters as Fraudulent
  164. Akp
  165. Hun Sen Warns CNRP Will Lose Seats if Assembly Boycotted
  166. NEC Rejects Joint-Party Vote Investigation
  167. For CNRP, How to Turn Popularity Into Policy
  168. Cases of Voting Irregularities Show Election is Problematic
  169. Could Russia, Like Latin America, Be Turning Protestant?
  170. Children, Man Killed in Anti-Tank Mine Blast
  171. Police Found Guilty of Extortion, Shooting
  172. HRW Calls for Donors to
  173. Fewer Female Lawmakers Elected to Parliament
  174. Supporters Lodge Flawed Voter List Complaints With
  175. Chinese Government Gives Guns, Bullets to National Police
  176. CNRP Defends Election Victory Claim of 63 Assembly Seats
  177. Initiative Encourages Private Rural Investment
  178. Sar Kheng Asks CNRP to Confine Rallies to Freedom Park
  179. Diplomats Told Not to Interfere or Support Opposition
  180. Hun Sen Says CPP Will Join Election Investigation
  181. CNRP Supporters Practice Patience, Await Call
  182. Hun Sen Open to Investigation of Election Results
  183. CNRP Wins With Local and Social Communications Strategy
  184. CPP-Led Council Removes Two Opposition District Councilors
  185. Despite Concerns, Little Evidence of Faulty Election Ink
  186. China and Hungary Call National Election ‘Free and Fair’
  187. Phnom Penh’s Chief Monk Visits Scene of Election Violence
  188. Losses Point to Differences Between Public, Private CPP
  189. Rainsy Makes Symbolic Speech at Grenade Attack Memorial
  190. CPP Denies Rumors of Hun Sen’s Resignation
  191. US Calls for Investigation Into Election Irregularities
  192. Sam Rainsy Claims CNRP Election Victory
  193. Cambodia’s National Election—In Pictures
  194. Military Police Investigating Election Violence
  195. Rural Voters Get Results With Others’ Help
  196. Capital Quiet as Voters Return From Provinces
  197. International Election Observers Proclaim Election ‘Free, Fair’
  198. Election Surprise Tests Hun Sen’s Popularity, CPP’s Future Plans
  199. Electoral System Worked in Favor of United Opposition
  200. NEC Says Final Election Results Will Be Released in Two Weeks
  201. CPP Says Hun Sen Remains in Role as Prime Minister
  202. Independent Monitors Say Election Beset With Irregularities
  203. Chances Disappear for CPP Hopefuls After Election Losses
  204. Opposition Rejects Poll Result, Demands Investigation
  205. CNRP Will Be Troublesome for CPP-Led Assembly
  206. Ethnic-Vietnamese Cambodians Prevented From Voting in Kandal
  207. Drinking Continues in Capital Despite Election Ban on Alcohol
  208. CPP Once Again Makes Early Call on National Election Result
  209. Hun Sen’s House Cordoned Off as Poll Results Announced
  210. At Polling Stations, People Left Dismayed by
  211. Sokha Says Opposition to
  212. Opposition Party Rejects Election Results, Wants Investigation
  213. In Prey Veng, Opposition Voters Are Fearful of Repercussions
  214. Military Police Stoned, Trucks Torched During Voter Violence
  215. In Kompong Speu, Ex-Premier Faces Off With Hun Many
  216. After Surprise Results, Calls For Calm, Vigilance
  217. CPP Wins, but Suffers Loss in Parliamentary Majority
  218. CPP Claims Election Victory, 68 Seats to 55 CNRP
  219. Polls Close; Complaints Mount Over Voter List
  220. Election Violence Erupts Over Missing Names
  221. Cambodia Votes Amid Concerns Over Irregularities
  222. Cambodia’s National Election Under Way—In Pictures
  223. Workers Rush Home to Rural Provinces to Cast Votes
  224. Election Monitor Claims Voter Ink Not Indelible
  225. One Day Before Vote, CNRP Warns of Election Fraud
  226. In CPP’s Kompong Cham Stronghold, CNRP Makes a Stand
  227. Vietnamese Embassy Official Criticizes CNRP’s Racial Rhetoric
  228. NEC Records Less Campaign Violence, More Youth Involvement
  229. Opposition Party Looks Set to Clinch Garment Workers Vote
  230. Ballot Marked by Peace, Inclusion; Marred by Irregularities, Bias
  231. Siem Reap CPP Candidate Announces Charity Ahead of Election
  232. Opposition Mounts Plan for a Peaceful Transition of Power
  233. Win, Lose or Share: Possible Scenarios After Election
  234. Thousands Rally on Final Day Of Election Campaign
  235. Bundith Triple Shooting Victims Appeal for More Compensation
  236. As Election Nears, There’s Little Help for Voters Left Off List
  237. Security to Be Boosted on Final Day of Election Campaigning
  238. Post-Election Violence Would Have International Consequences
  239. Come Election Time, Xenophobia Proves Expedient
  240. In Border Provinces, Sam Rainsy Talks Justice and Lost Territory
  241. ABC Radio Owner Takes Morning Commentary Show Off Air
  242. Sam Rainsy’s Last-Minute Efforts to Run Rebuffed
  243. Kem Sokha Concerned Over Post-Election Violence
  244. Supreme Court Refuses Bail for Bribery Clerk
  245. Cousins Found Strangled in Abandoned Lot
  246. Military Stays Silent on New Promotions of Hun Sen’s Sons
  247. UK Sugar Firm Investigating Child Labor Claims
  248. Rainsy Asks Constitutional Council to Clear Election Candidacy
  249. Climate Change Will
  250. Government Denies Claims Military, Police Are Intimidating Voters