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Cambodian war volunteers at Wat Phnom, 1916

Someone else's war
Cambodians who served on the front line of WW1

State of Play Kek

Kek the independent
Licadho president on why she agreed to take balance of power at NEC

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Hun Sen
Speaking at the inauguration of the Stung Meanchey overpass

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Lawmakers to face court again

Deputy opposition leader Kem Sokha and seven Cambodia National Rescue Party politicians and activists arrested last month after a violent demonstration and later released in an apparent sign of goodwill from the ruling party have been summonsed to

Hun Sen ‘looks down’ on land grab victims: NGOs

A coalition of housing rights groups that represent evicted communities has accused Prime Minister Hun Sen of “looking down” on victims of land grabbing after comments he made on Thursday.

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State of Play Kek

Kek the independent

When a deal to end Cambodia's political deadlock hinged on two polarised political parties finding one person they could both tolerate, not many names sprung to mind.

State of Play

Corruption, aid and the new political outlook

Sophal Ear, one of the foremost Cambodian political economists, sat down with State of Play to discuss his theories on how foreign aid has weakened governance in Cambodia and how these lessons might apply to political

Deportee just swims back

While many Cambodian migrant workers are going to great lengths to return to employment in Thailand, one Slovenian has allegedly chosen to go the other way – by swimming his way back into the Kingdom after being deported.

Taxi Rouge enters red-hot market

Rithy & Reiko Co, Ltd CEO Aum Rithyrith stands in front of one of Taxi Rouge’s Toyota Prius cabs

The fleet of Taxi Rouge, Phnom Penh’s newest cab service, hit the road just two weeks ago. Its Cambodian-born, French-raised chief executive officer, Aum Rithyrith, talks about his return to Cambodia and why he decided to jump into the increasingly competitive taxi business.