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Wed, 28 January 2015

Alleged child rapist caught

Less than a week into the New Year, a man on a bicycle approached a group of children walking home from school.

Wed, 28 January 2015

A ‘life and death’ congress

The CPP's “extraordinary” nationwide congress this weekend will likely see its next generation of leaders take their places on the party’s central decision-making body as it prepares for do-or-die elections in three years time, party insiders and analysts say.

Toch Nai, a former domestic worker in Malaysia
Wed, 28 January 2015

Malaysia work horrors aired

When 26-year-old Toch Nai returned from Malaysia last year, the only “souvenirs” she says she brought back were the wounds she suffered from beatings.

Wed, 28 January 2015

Racy Angkor photos may be fakes: official

Skilled “experts” are being called in to examine the veracity of risque photos depicting a topless woman posing on Angkor temple ruins, according to the agency tasked with managing the temple complex.

Wed, 28 January 2015

Labour Ministry tries to clarify permit rules

Foreigners working in Cambodia have just over a month to apply for or extend their work permit and employment card, according to the Ministry of Labour.

Wed, 28 January 2015

Anti-corruption chief Om Yentieng vows exposé

While pushing forward discussions on the slated whistleblower law, the Anti-Corruption Unit is also working on exposing a “conspiracy network” that “could be very harmful to national interests”, ACU chief Om Yentieng revealed on Mon

Wed, 28 January 2015

Cleaners at airport to get salary bump

A monday walk-out by cleaners at Phnom Penh International Airport has resulted in the company the airport enlists for sanitary services agreeing to hike employees’ monthly salaries by $20 yesterday.

Wed, 28 January 2015

Civil party grilled by defence teams

Defence teams at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday sought to tease out seeming inconsistencies in the testimony of civil party Chou Koemlan.

80 officers were promoted to one-star generals or higher
Wed, 28 January 2015

Cops made top brass, en masse

A total of 81 officers were promoted into the already-teeming leadership of the National Police yesterday, with some reaching the rank of three-star general, a senior official presiding over the ceremony at the Ministry of Interior

Wed, 28 January 2015

Crimes alleged: Investigation into hospital ‘corruption’

Officials are investigating Preah Sihanouk Provincial Hospital after anonymous complaints were put forward against its director, accusing him of corruption and a lack of transparency.