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Teacher quality in spotlight

A teacher instructs an English class at a Phnom Penh high school

After a year of overhauling the nation’s notoriously corruption-riddled grade 12 exam, the Ministry of Education said yesterday that 2015 will be the year of reforming teaching quality.

HIV nightmare in Battambang

More than 70 residents in Battambang’s Sangke district – including children as young as 3 – have tested positive for HIV after some of them received injections from an unlicensed doctor now on the run from authorities, villagers and officials said

Opposition party calls on investors to assist in funding its TV station

CNRP leader Sam Rainsy

The opposition party is launching a fundraising campaign to finance its new TV station and is appealing to members of the public to buy shares in a yet-to-be-formed company, a spokesman said yesterday.

Gov’t seeks access to Thai trove

Cambodia wants to inspect a stash of antiquities hoarded by a sacked Thai government official linked to a crime syndicate after hearing the treasure trove may include dozens of ancient Khmer sculptures.

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Khmer films shine at CIFF

The fifth edition of the Cambodian International Film Festival has proved to be its strongest for both Cambodian produced films and local audiences.

International Human Rights Day march

Five-day march for rights

Groups from across Cambodia converged on Phnom Penh's National Assembly on Wednesday to celebrate Human Rights Day.

Angkor Photo Festival

Angkor Photo Festival turns 10

Pictures line the streets of Siem Reap as photographers fly in from across world.

Court has questions for monk

A prosecutor at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court has summonsed Venerable Keo Somaly of the activist Independent Monk Network for Social Justice to answer questions about an allegedly violent altercation at the Neak Vorn pagoda in Tuol Kork