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Vietnamese citizens with makeshift batons line up along the Cambodia-Vietnam border on Sunday in Svay Rieng province before clashing with Cambodian activists.

Hanoi slams ‘extremists’
Cambodia, Vietnam exchange testy statements on border incident

Demonstrators shout slogans at the National Assembly yesterday morning during a protest against the proposed NGO law.

NGO law in crosshairs
Authorities block path of hundreds protesting LANGO

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Degrees of change in the air

Vietnamese citizens with makeshift batons line up along the Cambodia-Vietnam border on Sunday in Svay Rieng province before clashing with Cambodian activists.

Public and private universities are experiencing an exponential rise in the number of students opting for two-year associate degrees rather than four-year bachelor's programs following last year’s disastrous high school exit examinations, educatio

Ten years for trafficker duo

The Phnom Penh Municipal Court yesterday sentenced a woman and a man to 10 years in prison each on drug-trafficking charges after their arrest in Sen Sok district last year.

Traffic deaths up from 2014

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Traffic deaths in Cambodia during the first six months of 2015 increased from the same period last year, though the total number of road accidents in the Kingdom plummeted, according to traffic police data.

Prey Lang a biodiversity ‘hot spot’: study

A crab-eating mongoose in Prey Lang Forest looks to escape a turtle trap earlier this year in the north-central region of the Kingdom.

Forestry officials are hoping that a new report released yesterday naming the Prey Lang forest as one of the world’s top 10 biodiversity hot spots will strengthen a proposal to declare the forest a protected area.

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Archaeologists digging in search of common people

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