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Another KRT investigating judge resigns
Court cites "personal reasons" though cases had been stymied repeatedly

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on leaving the Prey Speu Social Affairs Centre

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Traffic Law fines set

A sub-decree being drafted by the Interior Ministry is adding teeth in the form of markedly heavier fines to the Kingdom’s nearly 6-month-old, still yet-to-be enforced, Traffic Law.

Jarai: police OK’d logging

Members of the ethnic Jarai community in Ratanakkiri’s Andong Meas district have lodged a complaint with the provincial court, demanding that it take legal action against four Vietnamese nationals and two Cambodian border officials for offences re

KNLF ‘terrorists’ in court for ‘treason’

Ten members of the blacklisted Khmer National Liberation Front were tried yesterday at Phnom Penh Municipal Court on treason charges brought on by allegations they had distributed anti-Vietnamese propaganda ahead of a demonstration last year.

Border meet held ahead of large protest

Cambodian and Vietnamese officials yesterday met at the Council of Ministers to discuss rising border tensions, as villagers in Tbong Khmum province again reported Vietnamese authorities had destroyed crops in the disputed area.

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Chea Sim cremated

Chea Sim cremated

King sends off late Cambodian People's Party president

World cup Phnom Penh

Huge crowd for Cambodian World Cup qualifier

A packed house in Phnom Penh watch Singapore score a resounding victory.

Polonsky off hook exploding car no hit: S’ville cops

When a white Range Rover belonging to the Sihanoukville-based Doroshenko clan burst into flames in the small hours of March 13, the family was quick to blame their arch-enemy, then-fugitive Russian developer Sergei Polonsky.