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Dear Editor,

I am writing in reference to your recent story on kidney trafficking (‘Organ traffickers’ arrested, May 26).

Wed, 17 May 2017

Elections should be about hope, not fear

Prime Minister Hun Sen’s recent comments that Cambodia risks sliding back into civil war should the CPP see significant losses during the

Fri, 12 May 2017

Environmental connectivity and economic growth

This week, regional leaders are meeting in Phnom Penh to discuss how to build a more connected, prosperous Southeast Asia at the World Economic Forum on Asean.

Adhoc officials Ny Sokha left and Yi Soksan are escorted last month into the Supreme Court, where their bail appeal was deny in Phnom Penh.
Wed, 12 April 2017

To tell the selective truth

Billy Chia-Lung Tai

Then-Cambodia’s main opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party president Sam Rainsy (right) speaks to the press in Tokyo on November 10, 2015. YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/Afp
Fri, 17 February 2017

Letters to the editor

A new chapter in Cambodia politics

Tue, 31 January 2017

Letter to the editor: Ngy Chanphal, Secretary of State

My Response to Mr Robert Finch

Senegalese soldiers of ECOWAS’s forces arrive in Banjul, Gambia, as they drive to secure the Statehouse on Sunday. Carlos de souza/AFP
Fri, 27 January 2017

What are the lessons of Gambia for Cambodia?

The recent peaceful transfer of power in Gambia, where former president Yahya Jammeh ceded power to the newly elected leader Adama Barrow without bloodshed, has caught people’s attention around the world, especially at a time when g

An employee works at a garment factory in Phnom Penh Por Sen Chey district in 2014.
Thu, 20 October 2016

Better Factories Cambodia – a 15-year journey

This week, a pioneering collaboration between the government of Cambodia, the United Nations’ International Labour Organisation, and garment industry factory owners and their workers turned 15.

A doctor inspects the wounds of Sum Sokny – the first victim of an acid crime this year in Cambodia – earlier this month at Phnom Penh’s Calmette Hospital after she was attacked by her husband in Meanchey district.
Mon, 22 February 2016

Acid crimes are falling, but attitudes still must change

The first acid attack of 2016 in Cambodia occurred in the second week of February, receiving all the press deserved by such an outrageous crime.